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Luxury Vacation To SCOTLAND

Luxury Vacation To Scotland – What a luxuriant oil painting Scotland is: a beguiling mix of sophisticated city and brooding landscape, no place quite eats into the traveller’s soul like this. True, the weather – buckets of rain and wind-whipped cloud – is hardly Mediterranean. But tramp beneath castle-crowned crags and cinematic skies mirrored in myriad lonely lochs, and it doesn’t matter. This is Europe’s last outpost of rugged arresting beauty, serenaded by an island-laced coastline with waltzing seals, dolphins and whales. Cosmopolitan student town and capital Edinburgh appeases culture friends with wonderful museums, festivals and arts; while traditional rival Glasgow cuts the grain with innovative architecture, dining and nightlife. Pour yourself a nip of fine Scottish malt whisky, sit back and savour

Best time to visit in Scotland

May to September, August for the Edinburgh festival season

Best time to visit in Scotland

May to September,August for the Edinburgh festival season

Places to visit in Scotland

  • The fine view of Firth of Forth atop Edinburgh Castle.
  • Ben Nevis, a true castle of the magnificent Scottish Highlands.
  • A Neolithic stone village built in 3100 BC at Skara Brae, in the Orkney Islands.
  • The deserted beaches and walking trails of the inspirationally remote Outer Hebrides
  • Mt Stewart, one of the most spectacular stately homes in the UK.
  • Hogmanay in Edinburgh.

Places to visit in Scotland

  • The fine view of Firth of Forth atop Edinburgh Castle.
  • Ben Nevis, a true castle of the magnificent Scottish Highlands.
  • A Neolithic stone village built in 3100 BC at Skara Brae, in the Orkney Islands.
  • The deserted beaches and walking trails of the inspirationally remote Outer Hebrides
  • Mt Stewart , one of the most spectacular stately homes in the UK.
  • Hogmanay in Edinburgh.

Top things to do in Scotland

  • Get a hole in one on the world’s oldest golf course in St Andrews.
  • Hike spectacular cliff tops on the northern islands of Orkney.
  • Catch Salmon, visit castles and enjoy lazy forest walks in Royal Deeside – the British Royal family has their country retreat, Balmoral, here.
  • Admire Victorian architecture and shop in Glasgow, Scotland’s most bustling city.
  • Catch a festival, Shetland’s Up Helly Aa in January, and August’s Edinburgh Festival and Fringe are favourites.

Top things to do in Scotland

  • Get a hole in one on the world’s oldest golf course in St Andrews.
  • Hike spectacular cliff tops on the northern islands of Orkney.
  • Catch Salmon, visit castles and enjoy lazy forest walks in Royal Deeside – the British Royal family has their country retreat, Balmoral , here.
  • Admire Victorian architecture and shop in Glasgow , Scotland’s most bustling city.
  • Catch a festival,Shetland’s Up Helly Aa in January , and August’s Edinburgh Festival and Fringe are favourites.

Discover Scotland

  • Read about lain Banks’ search for the perfect single malt whisky in Raw Spirits.
  • Listen to the Corries for real McCoy Scottish folk.
  • Watch Trainspotting by Danny Boyle – a Scottish youth tries to wean himself away from Edinburgh’s druggie underworld.
  • Eat haggis with neeps ‘n’ tatties (turnips and potatoes).
  • Drink a dram of single malt whisky, to get the better of a hangover, knock back Barr’s Irn-Bru, a bubble-gum-scented, radioactive-orange-coloured soft drink.

Discover Scotland

  • Read about lain Banks’ search for the perfect single malt whisky in Raw Spirits.
  • Listen to the Corries for real McCoy Scottish folk.
  • Watch Trainspotting by Danny Boyle – a Scottish youth tries to wean himself away from Edinburgh’s druggie underworld.
  • Eat haggis with neeps ‘n’ tatties (turnips and potatoes).
  • Drink a dram of single malt whisky , to get the better of a hangover , knock back Barr’s Irn-Bru , a bubble-gum-scented , radioactive-orange-coloured soft drink.

Scotland Highlights

Haggis, malt whisky, smoked salmon, caber-tossing, kilts and sporrans, bagpipes, novelists Robert Louis Stevenson and Robert Burns, Loch Ness monster

Scotland Highlights

Haggis , malt whisky , smoked salmon , caber-tossing , kilts and sporrans , bagpipes , novelists Robert Louis Stevenson and Robert Burns , Loch Ness monster

One word for Scotland Tourism

Slainte mhath (Cheers!)

One word for Scotland Tourism

Slainte mhath (Cheers!)
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