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When talk about Scotland, you'll likely to think of tartan-kilted Highlanders, skirling bagpipes, the Loch Ness Monster, magnificent castles and vast areas of wilderness.  All of these are part of  this unique country.  Scotland has bucket-loads of experiences to offer when it comes to holidays ! Here’s some of must-see attractions in Scotland. 

Scotland is home to 6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely:

  • The Forth Bridge Edinburg

  • Antonine and Hadrian Wall - Frontiers of the Roman Empire 

  • New Lanark South Lanarkshire

  • Old and New Towns of Edinburgh

  • Heart of Neolithic Orkney  (Orkney Islands) 

  • St Kilda (an isolated archipelago situated  in the North Atlantic Ocean)


Often referred to as "The Flower of Scotland" due to its many parks and gardens, lies in a picturesque spot on the North Sea between the Rivers Dee and Don,  featuring a picturesque coastline and harbour.  Home to one of Scotland's most romantic setting, the Brig o'Balgownie, also known as the Bridge of Don, Scotland’s Oldest Bridge built around 1320,  you can access this attractive stone structure from the Seaton Park.  


Aberdeen Harbour

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Bridge of DonAberdeen

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Beyond the city of Aberdeen you will find the surrounding area of Aberdeenshire, which is made up of some of Scotland’s most celebrated towns and villages – of historic importance, regal and the inspiration to many storytellers across the centuries. Explore rolling hills,  farmlands and towering mountains in the  uncontaminated countryside of Aberdeenshire. 


Golden Roof Innsbruck 

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By Nigel Corby-wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.0


Capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh is a vibrant city full of culture, history, and beautiful landscapes.  Edinburgh castle is a true icon of Scotland , perched proudly on Castle Rock, overlooking the Old and New Towns below. The historic Princes Street, is now one of Edinburgh’s most popular retail hubs, you’ll find all the big high street stores along this road. St. Giles’ Cathedral,  the principal church in Edinburgh and  is one of the most recognisable features of Edinburgh's skyline. Gladstone’s Land located in Edinburgh’s Old Town, is a 17th-century tenement house. The Old and New Towns of Edinburgh gained UNESCO World Heritage status in 1995, in recognition of the striking quality and contrast in the layout of settlements in the medieval and modern periods.

Forth Bridge

An iconic structure and a symbol of Scotland, this railway bridge, located near the city of Edinburg,  had the world’s longest spans (541 m) when it opened in 1890.The world's first major steel structure, it is famous for its cantilever designs. The Forth Bridge was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015 for being Scotland's greatest man-made wonder.

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The largest city in Scotland,  situated on the River Clyde. Well known for its beautiful, thriving shopping districts and the culture that it has to offer.  

No visit to Glasgow would be complete without a trip to one of the city-owned museums and galleries, which are plentiful, diverse and in many cases, free to visit! This is one of the many reasons that Glasgow was named UK’s top cultural city!  Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum  has a world-class collection of art and artefacts from Natural History to Arms and Armour, housed in an iconic red sandstone building which sits next to the beautiful Kelvingrove Park, it’s arguably the top must-see attraction in the city.The West End, one of the most beautiful part of Glasgow, you certainly shouldn’t miss the opportunity to see it, the famous George Square and the City Chambers , home to Glasgow City Council. 

Antonine Wall and Hadrian Wall- Frontiers of the Roman Empire

Antonine Wall was constructed in 142 AD by the order of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius , to defend the Roman Empire from "barbarians". It was the frontier of Northern Roman Britannia. The Wall  ran coast-to-coast across Scotland from Old Kilpatrick in West Dunbartonshire on the Firth of Clyde to Carriden near Bo'ness on the Firth of Forth. It was around 63km long. The World Heritage Site previously listed Hadrian's Wall alone, but was later expanded to include the Antonine’s Wall. Glasgow is the gateway to explore the Wall.

Loch Lomond

Loch is the Scottish word for lake! This national park is home to wild scenery and thrilling history, is one of the most beautiful and iconic locations that has inspired many Writers and Song Composers throughout the years. It's an ideal destination for those looking to a relaxing vacation away from the bustling city life.

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Loch Lomond

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Balloch Castle, Loch Lomond

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Loch Ness 

Shrouded in mystery, myths and legends, Lock Ness  is home to the famed creature that is the Loch Ness Monster. The loch is the UK's largest lake and the  iconic  Urquhart Castle pearching on a rocky promontory, overlooking Loch Ness. It  is the perfect place for relax, scenic walk, and indulge with breathtaking dramatic natural landscapes around you.  


Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness

 By Josef Pichler - Pixabay 

Loch Ness Monster


New Lanark  South Lanarkshire

New Lanark is a magnificent 18th- century village set in the Derwent Valley, close to the famous Falls of Clyde. The village  was created to provide housing for workers at the cotton mills. The impressive sandstone cotton mills buildings, the spacious and well-designed workers' housing, and the dignified educational institute still testify to Owen's humanism. It was declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001. 

Enjoy a walk around the village to see historic buildings and the Falls of Clyde. For history buffs, you can enjoy a Guided Tour and soak up the history of the village and the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve.

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A charming city, rich in history, with fascinating attractions and spectacular scenery to enjoy. Explore the Stirling Castle, one of the best-preserved Renaissance buildings in the UK, with some ancient  structures still stand, the castle's grand halls and rooms are carefully restored and furnished to its original appearance. 


Stirling Castle

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Stirling Castle

 By Walkerssk - Pixabay 

Scotland boasts many wonders and points of interest for travellers of all kinds with amazing things to visit, do, and experience!  A trip to Scotland is guaranteed to be a memorable one.

Let us assist you to create an unforgettable memories for your next trip.  Simply drop us an email with your tour request and expect our prompt response for your tailor-made quotation based on your needs and expectations! 

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