Organised Tours

Tour operators, such as Rabbies, offer delegates a range of tours pre/post conference.

IEEE IUS 2019 delegates will receive a special discount with Rabbies of 10% off of all tours! You will receive the special code with your registration confirmation email. To book, visit or click here.

These friendly small group tours of Scotland take you beyond the guidebooks with a driver-guide who tells you laugh-out-loud stories, connects you with historic tales, and immerses you in music and culture. If you’re lucky, they may even sing for you!

Choose from a wide variety of tours and visit Scotland’s most iconic landmarks, such as Loch Ness, the Highlands, or Skye. Or (if you have more time) you can embark on an adventure to the remote reaches of Orkney, Mull, and the Outer Hebrides.

There are a number of 1 day tours departing from Glasgow:

  • Oban, Glencoe, Highland Lochs and Castles
  • Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond and Whisky
  • Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands
  • Loch Lomond and Whisky Distillery
  • Culzean Castle, Burns Country and the Ayrshire Coast
  • The Kelipes and Falkirk Wheel

For more information, prices and to book visit: 







Self-guided Tours

Glasgow has a plethora of downloadable self-guide walks and trails as well as variety of commercial and volunteer walking tours that will take you around the city. Click here for more information on tours in the following districts:

  • Central Glasgow – that spans from the High Street towards the west end and Charing Cross
  • East End – includes walks from High Street towards the river
  • Citywide – these trails take you across the city
  • North – discover more in the north of the city
  • West End – find out something new in west of the city
  • Southside – explore the south of the Clyde