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Scotland

When you think of Scotland, what immediately comes to mind is most likely kilted bagpipers, Scotch whiskey, and the country’s two biggest cities: Glasgow and Edinburgh. But there is so much more to Scotland than that. From over 10,000 miles of pristine coastline and beaches to mesmerising glens, brooding lochs, charming cultural idiosyncrasies, and magical castle-topped crags, there’s no denying the beauty of U.K.’s northernmost country. Walk through villages older than Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids to learn about the country’s colourful history, visit the spellbinding Isle of Skye, wander in and out of centuries-old pubs, or take advantage of the dark skies and catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights.

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Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a vibrant capital bursting with history, culture and a calendar of famous events and things to do. Walk up to the famous castle for an insight into Scotland’s fascinating history and great city views, shop along the Royal Mile, watch the street...

Fort William

As the “Outdoor Capital of the UK”, rustic Fort William, affectionately known as Fort ‘Bill’, and accompanying snow-capped Ben Nevis, provide ample experiences for the active adventure lover. From mountain biking and hiking to an amazing range of snow sports,...

Glasgow

Scotland’s biggest city combines its proud working-class background with a newer sophistication to create a vibrant and friendly atmosphere that draws in visitors. With world-class architecture and attractions, an ever-evolving food and drink culture, and a thriving...

Glencoe

Experience the best of the Scottish Highlands in Glencoe, a designated National Scenic Area and arguably Scotland’s most famous, historic and romantic glen. Visitors from around the world are attracted to the grandeur of the surrounding mountains, as well as the...

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Inverness

The gorgeous gateway to the highlands of Scotland, Inverness is nestled at the northern tip of Loch Ness on the south side of the Moray Firth. The city itself straddles both banks of the River Ness and offers great opportunities for scenic walks and evening...

Isle of Skye

Famous for its breathtaking scenery and landscapes, Isle of Skye is one of Scotland’s top destinations, particularly for walkers and climbers. The 50-mile long island features a number of notable villages, each with its own unique history and attractions, as well as...

Mallaig

The port city of Mallaig, on the north west coast of Scotland, offers visitors the appealing combination of a working fishing port with relaxing harbourside natural scenery. The city’s remote location makes it a popular retreat with pleasant walks and tours around...

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