Kinross, the gateway to the Highlands stands out to be one of the
most gorgeous locations in
Perthshire. Blessed with rolling hills, splendid outdoors, tranquil
ambiance and picturesque sites, Kinross happens to be a perfect place to
Scotland. Sharing an impressive history, you can find a whole lot of
historic buildings and monuments here. Kinross provides a wide spectrum
of places to see and visit which draws a huge number of tourists and
history lovers every year.
Known for the parish church which even gave
Kinross its name, is one of the essential sites to look for, though the
church no longer remains but still you can visit the graveyard to see
the gravestones of earlier times. Not to forget its calm and impressive
landscape which provides the perfect setting for hill walking, golfing,
cycling, fishing, bird watching, and even enjoying the beauty of mother
Comforting on the junction 6 on the M90,
Kinross provides an easy access from
Glasgow, Dundee and Perth. The Sunday Market in Kinross is the
largest indoor market in Scotland, which includes a mix of shops for
all. The charm of the place is such that you will love to walk around
the town enjoying its scenic beauty anytime. For more, you can go on fly
over the city with the Scottish gliding centre. A ferry ride to castle
island is also something which will be a great way to explore the
Lochleven castle. There is so much to see and do, making Kinross a place
you will love to visit anytime round the year.
Attractions at Kinross :
Breadalbane Folklore Centre.
Famous Grouse House.
Kinross Sunday Market.
Loch of the Lowes visitor centre.
The Scottish Crannog Centre.