Scotland, the land of culture, traditions,
festivals, history and scenic landscapes is permeated with legends and
romance. Being a top tourist destination in the Northern Europe, Scotland
remains flocked with tourists, leisure travellers, holiday seekers,
honeymooners, weekenders and party lovers all round the year.
As the old Scottish saying goes 'Guid
gear comes in sma' bouk', meaning 'Good things comes in small packages',
and Scotland despite being small, treasures a whole lot of things to see
and do. You can find something for everyone here, from its evocative sites
and ruined castles, to its picturesque mountains, lakes and churches.
Scotland offers a host of features for all, making it a thriving tourist
destination in the UK.
The Scottish capital city,
Edinburgh is home to
the country's historic wealth and literary connections, meanwhile Glasgow
fascinates all with its Victorian splendours and impressive lifestyle.
Scotland certainly has lot more places to be explored, including
Dumfries & Galloway,
Isle of Islay, Oban, Scottish borders to name a few.
Scotland boasts an array of accommodation choices
available for all types of budgets and requirements, why not try one of
holiday cottages and
escape to the charm of the nature. These luxurious holiday cottages
comforts in some of the most scenic outdoors of Scotland making it an hot
pick among tourists. Other than that you can easily find a selection of
B&B's, lodges, self catering cottages, apartments, hotels and
Scotland not only woos history
lovers or party makers but it also attracts a wide section of nature
enthusiasts with its blissful walking trails, mountain tours, biking
tours, wildlife trips and hill walking excursions. The Munros and mainly
Ben Nevis, remain favourites among the hill walkers, while golfers resort
to St Andrews. You can also try out fishing in River Tay or be a part of
the traditional mini Highland games. The whisky distilleries too offer
tours for the whisky connoisseur with great opportunity to taste some of
the richest blend of malt whiskies.
The well connected modern and efficient road, rail
and ferry network gives easy access for travellers to Scotland. It
wouldn't be surprising if
Scotland makes you come back over and over