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  • The Highlands, The Ancient Castles: Fall In Love With Scotland!✨✈️⛰

    Apsara Ashok
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  • Glasgow
    Scotland. Everything about this place is so beautiful and unique! This country is definitely #2 in top places I want to visit (Only after Ireland)! With its picturesque Highlands, beautiful beaches and amazing people, let's go through the top places to visit in Scotland!
  • Edinburgh
    The city has oodles of things to see and do, and is the second most popular tourist destination after London in Great Britain! You have to see its famous castle and Royal Mile, the main route through Old Town. Edinburgh is a city famous for its many festivals like Fringe!
  • Glasgow
    It’s a good place to visit, where you can immerse yourself in friendship, charm and music – the city hosts 130 musical events on average per week! You’ll find historic medieval buildings like Glasgow Cathedral and the old Antonine Wall! Climb the hills above the city for sunsets!
  • Loch Ness
    Loch Ness
    You probably won’t see the Loch Ness Monster, but a cruise on the lake is a fun way to search! Take a stroll along the lake or visit quaint villages, including Drumnadrochit, home of the Loch Ness exhibition center, scattered around the lake!
  • Fort Augustus
    Fort Augustus
    Fort Augustus lies at the southwest end of the most famous of all lochs: Loch Ness! it’s the natural setting in an attractive area of the Scottish Highlands that Fort Augustus enjoys which make this a charmer of a town!
  • Hebrides
    Archipelago of 50 islands!Great beaches. Greater outdoors!
    If you like Scottish Gaelic literature and music, the Hebrides Islands is just the place to indulge your passions. An archipelago off Scotland’s west coast, the Hebrides are known for this culture. Pack those hiking boots because the Hebrides is all about the great outdoors!
  • Portree
    The largest town on the largest island of the Inner Hebrides, Portree is very attractive with its pastel-coloured houses and harbour fringed by cliffs. The town is perfectly situated as a gateway to the rocky scenery of the Trotternish peninsula!
  • Glen Coe
    Glen Coe
    One of Scotland’s best known glens or valleys, Glencoe is stunningly beautiful! Glencoe is nestled between hills and mountains, is very popular with hikers and rock climbers with trails that are accessible from the road! Its also popular for winter skiers and climbers!
  • Stirling
    Stirling is a good place to see a medieval Scottish town, complete with imposing fortress! The Church of the Holy Rude still conducts services on Sunday.
  • Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park
    Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park
    The lake contains more than 30 islands, including Inchmurrin, the largest island in freshwater in the British Isles. Scenery, including seven waterfalls, will take your breath away. Outdoor activities abound, beginning with fishing, golf, walks, camping, bicycling and climbing!
  • Inverness
    Britain’s most northern city, Inverness, is the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. Walk along the River Ness to the Ness Islands, the Caledonian Canal or the Churches Along the River. Stroll Old Town with its old stone buildings and a Victorian market where you can buy crafts!
  • St Andrews
    St Andrews
    People go to St. Andrews, a town northeast of Edinburgh, for many reasons. The University of St. Andrews is the third oldest in the English-speaking world. To play golf: St. Andrews is the home of golf! to relax: St. Andrews is a pleasant coastal resort town.
  • Orkney
    Seventy islands, including 20 that are inhabited, make up the Orkney Islands, an archipelago off the north coast of Scotland. The islands are a good place to see seals and puffins, as well as a variety of local art in galleries and museums!
  • Stromness
    Situated on the ‘Mainland’ – the largest of the Orkney Islands – this town is all about rugged coastal charm, with brownstone buildings huddled down by the choppy sea! A 20 minutes’ drive north is Skara Brae, a Neolithic site predating both Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids!
  • Anstruther
    A trip to this picturesque fishing village would not be complete without visiting the Anstruther Fish Bar! Scottish Fisheries Museum is where you can learn about the Scottish fishing industry from prehistory to present day!
  • Tobermory
    The colourful shops and restaurants of Tobermory on the Isle of Mull are incredibly picturesque against the green trees, glassy black water and (often) grey sky. Tobermory single malt whisky distillery is a must visit!
  • Killin
    Situated at the western end of Loch Tay, scenic Killin is in a prime position for Highlands exploration! The walking and hiking on nearby mountain Beinn Ghlas alone is worth a trip to this out-of-the-way spot!
  • Plockton
    This small village began life as a planned community based on fishing, an attempt to stem emigration from the Highlands. As such most of the houses are 19th and 20th century. But its location is very attractive!
  • Braemar
    The Royal connection in this town is strong. First of all, Balmoral Castle, sometime-residence of the Royal Family, is just a few miles down the road, and is partially open to the public when it’s not being lived in!
  • Pittenweem
    Trade with Belgium and the Netherlands influenced the very pretty style of the houses in Pittenweem, with their white walls and red roofs! The winding alleys of this picturesque place also brim with history, an abbey dating back to 1318 stands tall in Pittenweem!
  • Kelso
    Just a stone’s throw from the English border and full of historical and architectural interest and situated on the confluence of the Tweed and Teviot rivers, this historic town is packed with things to do, eat, and drink!



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