Dynamic, resourceful
and multi-skilled /dedicated

After university studies in several English-speaking countries, Louis-Marie decided to kick off his career in Scotland. Right after graduating from Angers university with a master’s degree in languages and inter cultural communication, he completed a 6-month internship in Edinburgh and fell in love with the Scottish capital, but also with the Highlands, the Isle of Skye, the pubs, the bagpipes, the whiskeys, the accent… It was love at first sight!


His specialty


What Louis likes the most about his travels is living unique experiences.

Eat haggis in a traditional pub, learn how to play the bagpipes, ride the Jacobite steam train over the Glenfinnan Viaduct, learn about whiskey distilling in the famous Speyside region or go hunting the Nessie Monster in a kayak on the Loch Ness.

His favourite incentive program

After a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel, head towards the Old Town. Among the morning activities, a treasure hunt through one of Edinburgh’s most unusual quarter. Meet an intriguing character, specially dressed for the occasion, who will share stories about the history of this once grim and infamous district. Then go and explore the surroundings to look for clues in order to solve the mysteries raised by your mysterious contact.

After this sporty walk, it’s time for lunch and there’s nothing better than a pub lunch. Try haggis, Neeps & Tatties, the unmissable Scottish national dish, and immerse yourself even further in the local culture with a Ceilidh dance performance, the traditional Celtic dance. And why not try some of the steps yourself with the help of those professional dancers?

Leave early afternoon for the Edinburgh Castle. As the city landmark, it’s the main attraction and most visited monument of Scotland. Unmissable! Visit the castle at your own pace during a couple of hours with an audio guide, which will take you through the history of the castle since the Middle-Ages

Afterwards, reunite with your guide, who will wait for you right outside the castle before leading you to a pub crawl through the New Town. Go from pub to pub to taste local craft beers, hear about their stories or listen to some poetry of Robert Burns, one of Scotland most famous poets.

Then will come dinner time. Your guide will take you to your restaurant, where a private room has been booked for your group. A chic atmosphere and a gastronomic meal to conclude this beautiful day.

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