I intend on travelling to Scotland in late August of this year. I'm planning on spending the first 3-4 days in Edinburgh, then for the next several (?) days venturing out to Skye and the Western Islands. I'm just wondering if it's more cost effective to take a guided tour? I know it would certainly be easier than driving around myself. I've seen that some tours include accomodations, and some don't, so I'd need to do more research on them...but I guess I'm asking in a general sense.
Guided tours or drive yourself? - Scotland
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