Scotland Travel Itineraries

5 days in Edinburgh

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Like so many cities in Europe today, Edinburgh is divided the Old Town and the New Town. Both have their own qualities and attractions and are a pleasure to visit. But if you plan to stay in the city for that little bit longer you will be able to sample the whole country's delights, not just the capital's. Read More»

3 Days in Edinburgh

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The friendly and welcoming Scottish capital is a fascinating city in which to spend a few days. Easy to get around, it’s divided between the Old Town and the New Town ensuring that there is plenty of interest for all its guests. Read More»

Bonny Scotland in Just One Week

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While Scotland may well be one of the smallest countries in Europe, the nation and its people have certainly made their presence felt. William Wallace, Rob Roy and Robert the Bruce are names which are recognised the world over and it’s not just because of Hollywood movies. These Scots were well known long before the likes of Mel Gibson or Liam Neeson brought them back to life.

But, as well as their historical heroes, however, the Scottish themselves are largely responsible for the popularity of the country as a holiday destination. Their rich sense of humour and their love of fun make visitors to the country want to become part of whatever is going on, be it a traditional ‘ceilidh’ or a festival of some sort.

The country’s other biggest asset is of course its scenery. From the heather covered mountains and glassy lakes to the castles and abbeys, a visit to Scotland will certainly make you appreciate why this country is so popular as a tourist destination.
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