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Organised by:






The Solar Energy Society (UK-ISES)


Scottish Solar Energy Group



with the support of:

Greater Glasgow and Clyde Valley Tourist Board

Scottish Enterprise

Energy Centre for Sustainable Communities



Delivering sustainability


Accompanying Persons Programme

Accompanying persons must be registered using the EuroSun 2006 Registration Form.

We welcome accompanying persons to participate in a program of tours which have been especially co-ordinated for accompany persons of Eurosun2006 delegates.

Glasgow Tours Summer 2006


The city sightseeing Glasgow day tickets provides a ‘hop on hop off’ tour of Glasgow’s main attractions including the Cathedral, Museums, Art Galleries and a variety of shopping centres. (The ticket is valid for 2 days).

The following attractions can be visited free of charge:

Botanic Gardens                                     

GOMA- Modern Art Gallery          Provands Lordship

St Mungo Museum                     Glasgow Cathedral

Kelvingrove Art Galleries             McLellan Galleries                    

Burrell Collection                        Scotland Street School

Pollock House

All accompanying persons are welcome to join the delegates for the conference lunch on this day or any conference day they chose to stay within Glasgow.

28th June 2006- EDINBURGH TOUR

An excursion to Edinburgh with a short city tour and a visit to Edinburgh Castle and/or Holyrood House with free time to see other Edinburgh attractions. By special arrangement this tour can also include a visit to the Scottish Parliament building. Lunch venues will be recommended but the cost of lunch is not included.

Departs- 9.30am


29th June 2006- THE TROSSACHS TOUR 

Our tour departs Glasgow to Stirling for a visit to the Castle. After leaving Stirling we travel into the Highlands with a stop in Callander for lunch. After lunch we travel along the banks of the lochs and over the mountain roads of the Trossachs to Aberfoyle. Here there is an opportunity to buy come Scottish souvenirs and watch the famous ‘sheep show’ before carrying on to visit Glengoyne Distillery on the road back to Glasgow.

(Entrance fee to Stirling Castle, sheep show and Glengoyne are not included).

Cost of lunch not included 

Departs- 9.30am


For more information we suggest visiting www.visitscotland.com or www.scotguide.com

A selection of tourist brochures covering the venues/ sights will be found within the delegates pack. 


We require a minimum of 12 bookings before 10th June 2006, otherwise the accompany persons tour will be cancelled and money will be refunded.