The Vikings, the English, the Romans… they all had trouble invading wild Scotland. Then the Romans had this great idea. Why not build a wall all across the Northern part of England? In that way, they could protect Britannia from Scottish tribes. And that is what they did. Hadrian’s Wall was built. In total, it was around 117,5 km long and it took six years to build. I went to see the Hadrian’s Wall with Rabbie’s Tours. Rabbie’s is a bus company that offers many different guided day- and multiday tours. They have small coaches and the tours are for people of every age. You get good value for money and the bus drivers are happy to tell you everything about Scotland. It is easier said than done to spot Hadrian's Wall. Between the typical stone walls that separate farming fields it was quite difficult to see the stone wall that is meant to be Hadrian’s wall. But if you look closely you see that Hadrian’s wall is thicker than the other stone walls in the area. The wall used to be up to six metres high during the Roman times but these glorious days have passed. On most places only a one metre wall is left. However, a lot of houses in the area seem to be made of the same kind of stones… very suspicious. We went to see the wall at Steel Rigg. This is a great location to stop and wander along the wall. On the picture you can see the wall in the distance. From Steel Rigg you have great views over the beautiful area of rolling hills. Walking lovers can walk along the whole wall and it will take around 6-7 days.