Walking Tours in Scotland is a small, unique walking tour company built by locals. We are not men standing in kilts rattling off dates of battles. Instead, we pride ourselves on letting you discover Scotland's cities and towns through a local's eyes. Our tours are fun, relaxed and show off local hotspots, as well as being informative. Don't miss out on the best tour of your life! ;)


Liv and Jenny founded this company after seeing that Glasgow didn't have a walking tour in early 2017. In 2019, they decided to expand the tours to across Scotland so they could show off even more of beautiful Scotland. In each city, all of our guides are guides because they are passionate about the city and they want to share its beauty with you! We hope to see you on one of our tours soon. 

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Jenny & Liv


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tour research, development & admin assistant

My name is Sophie and I’m 24 years old! I studied Scottish Studies and Scottish Ethnology at The University of Edinburgh. I will be researching, editing and developing tour scripts, writing a weekly blog post and providing administrative support!

My favourite thing about Scotland is that even though we're a small country, we have a big heart.


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My name is Caron, I am from Glasgow and I study Scottish Literature at the University of Glasgow. I have always been a passionate advocate of my city and I very much look forward to showing visitors the highlights of this wonderful place!  Hope to see you soon and welcome to Glasgow! 

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Hi! I'm Rachel and I study history and history of art at the Glasgow University. I've lived in Glasgow my whole life, so I feel very lucky to show visitors around our beautiful city. I love Glasgow's incredibly rich culture and history and I hope you all do too! I sometimes bring my dog, Martha, on tours too so hopefully you get to meet her.




Hello! My name is Katrina and I am a retired teacher. I love living in Glasgow as it is such a vibrant city with a rich historical past and so much to offer in terms of art, music and sport. I am looking forward to showing you the sights of my city and highlighting the fact that "People Make Glasgow".



Hello! My name is Eleanor and I am originally from Dumfries and Galloway. I moved up to Glasgow four years ago to study History and have absolutely fallen in love with the captivating beauty of the city. I can't wait to show you around!



My name is Tommy and I’m a support worker, massage therapist and volunteer for the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society. I am Mackintosh daft - proof in the many themed tattoos I have, but I also love my city and enjoy nothing more than sharing my stories and wee facts about various elements of Glasgow.

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Hi, I'm Gerard. I live just outside of Inverness in Aviemore. I'm an amateur historian who loves Inverness and Scottish history. There are so many interesting places to visit here in the city. Let me take you on a walk that will inspire you to explore deeper into the capital of the Highlands and enjoy our magnificent culture.

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Hi, my name is Shane. I have lived and worked in and around St Andrews for 25 years and love to share my passion for Scottish history, landscape and culture with visitors. They say there are three big surprises in store for those who visit the small town of St Andrews (come
on the tour to find out what they are!) but for me, it’s a place packed with stories and layers of Scottish. 

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Hello, I’m Emma! As a local to St Andrews and North East Fife I have grown up with the well-loved stories of this historic wee town. From its nooks and crannies to its world renowned history there are many things to discover about this coastal gem that I look forward to
sharing with you all!

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Hello, I'm Jane. My interest in history was nurtured in my very early years. Working in and around Stirling for many years, I became immersed in its dramatic history. I encountered villains, heroes and heroines - ordinary people as well as stars of Hollywood Blockbusters. All this is played out in the very compact space of Stirling Old Town. I can't wait to show you the city I love.



Hello! My name is Georgia and I am a second-year student at the University of Stirling. I am currently studying English and Journalism and I hope to become an international school teacher one day. I was born in China, grew up in Thailand, but I am Scottish and South African. I love showing people around my new home and helping you learn about some of the incredible history of Stirling. I hope to show you some of my favourite parts of our city!

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Hi! My name is Stacey and I am a history student at the University of Glasgow. My mum’s family are Glaswegian, so when I moved here for university I felt right at home! My favourite thing about Glasgow is that there is something for everyone, whether you like history, music, art or sport!

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Hi, my name is Louise and a native of Glasgow. I am a mature History student with The Open University who loves telling stories about Glasgow and its people. It's a wonderful city to life in and I look forward to telling you all about the history of Glasgow and it's people on one of my tours.




Hi, I’m Christie. I’m originally a Falkirk Bairn and proud to be an honorary Glaswegian!  As well as being a tour guide, I’m also an actor, singer and writer. I’m passionate about Glasgow, it’s personality and the people who make it, and I love showing people around the incredible city that I get to call my home!



Hi, I'm Tour Guide Barbara and I look forward to showing you our fun loving, culture packed, electric city of Glasgow. I have worked in many of our attractions, studied history here, shopped (too much) here and will probably never be wearing sensible walking shoes on our tours, see you soon!

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Hello, my name is Simon and I have lived in the Highlands for over 20 years. I have a passion for Inverness with its rich, diverse culture and history through the ages. Currently studying with the University of the Highlands and Islands, I am very much looking forward to meeting you and introducing some of the cities best, most varied stories.

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Hi, I am James. What I love about St Andrews, is that I believe the town is akin to a unique whisky or swatch of Harris Tweed. It has within it innumerable strands, patterns, characters and evocative images. I look forward to sharing them with you, in order that St Andrews becomes much more than an Auld Grey Toun on one of our town tours.



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Hello! I’m Charlie! I’m a student at the University of St. Andrews and am currently trying to muddle my way to getting a philosophy degree. St. Andrews is a very special little place and it would be my pleasure to take you through all of its quirks, traditions and oddly illustrious history! I can't wait to see you on a tour of the wonderful St Andrews soon.


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Hi, I’m Cordelia. I grew up in St. Andrews and have lived nearby ever since. I’ll leave you to guess how long that might be, although there might be some clues along the way. There is a tale to tell no matter where you wander through the town. I look forward to taking you along the streets to share a little more about St Andrews.




Hi my name is Ann and I have lived in Stirling almost all of my life. I love that Stirling offers everything you need, from places to visit (the historic sites we take in on our tour plus many others), beautiful natural environment (the Ochil Hills and lovely walks) local shopping, eating and entertainment.  Stirling is also very accessible from and to other areas like Glasgow, Edinburgh, Loch Lomond and into the Highlands!

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Hi, I’m Steven, however, please call me Mojo… I’ll explain on the tour. I feel very fortunate to be a native of Edinburgh. It’s people and diversity create an enchanting
culture and history which I’d love to share with you. I’m also a football referee; one who very much prefers walking tour bookings, to yellow card “bookings”!!!