Welcome to International Student Tours (Non-Students can also join)
IMPORTANT : Tickets are available only based on first come first served! You can buy tickets Online or at our Ticket Sales (no fee applies).
About the Tour
If you love Harry Potter and want to live out your wizardry fantasies, this trip is an absolute must! Every year, Harry Potter and his friends make their way to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The Glenfinnan Viaduct, built over 110 years ago is the famous bridge and train line that Hogwarts Express travels along in the Harry Potter films! Apart from this 21 arched, impressive engineering undertaking, you will enjoy the enchanting scenery of Loch Shiel (fictional Black Lake near Hogwarts), an unspoiled natural treasure in the Highlands. You will have plenty of time to explore Glenfinnan village, go hiking in the great country surrounding to enjoy panoramic views, visit the Viaduct, Loch Shiel, Glenfinnan Monument, Glenfinnan Church, Railway Station and more. This adventure also includes visiting Glencoe, Fort William and Loch Lomond. Glencoe, perhaps Scotland's most famous, historic and scenic glen boasts of high mountain peaks, ridges, rushing rivers and spectacular waterfalls. So indulge your Harry Potter fantasies and join us deep into the Highlands on this unforgettable magical Day Trip!
Harry Potter Bridge, Glenfinnan Village, Loch Sheil (fictional Black Lake in Harry Potter movie), Glenfinnan Church, Glenfinnan Monument, Railway Station Museum, great walks in Glenfinnan with panoramic views, Fort William, Glencoe (3 Sisters), Loch Lomond, Ben Lomond and more...
Glenfinnan Viaduct was once the biggest concrete structure in the UK but now famous for being filmed in Harry Potter movies.
Glenfinnan Church and Glenfinnan Monument were filmed in 'Made of Honour'.
Glencoe is the most iconic and the landmark in Scottish Highlands and it was also filmed in Harry Potter and Braveheart.
Map and Itinerary
Free time for sights, shops & attractions
Visiting Harry Potter Bridge, Glenfinnan, Glencoe, Fort William, Loch Tulla, Loch Lomond and more picturesque parts of Scottish Highlands.
You will have plenty of time for lunch in Fort William. You can either eat in the, bars, pubs and restaurants in the town or bring your own lunch if you wish so.
Things to bring with you
Smile, a camera, warm clothes, walking shoes and anything you think you may need during the tour.
Meeting Time / Pick Up & Drop Off Point
ISUK Tours offers 3 Pick Up Points for your convenience and you can choose the convenient Pick Up Point when booking your ticket as follows:
Glasgow Uni Students:
07:45am, at the Main Gate of Glasgow University
Strathclyde Uni, GCU Students and School of Art:
07:25am, at Thomas Graham Building, No 295 at Cathedral Street, Glasgow City Centre
UWS Paisley Students:
07:00am, at the Main Entrance of UWS Paisley in High Street
Students from all universities (and non-students) are welcome to join trips with ISUK Tours. You can buy as many tickets as you like.