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7 Best Places To Visit in Scotland

Scotland is heaven to the tourists with mesmerizing and blissful nature sceneries plus historical architectural marvels standing. It is the best place for a memorable vacation and taking a break from work. There are loads of fun things one can do in Scotland- from hiking, kayaking, boating to strolling the cities by foot. This little country never lets its tourists down when it comes to some amazing and incredible sightseeing. Cities like Glasgow, Edinburgh to Scottish Highlands- these all are fun places to visit and experience the rich culture of the nation. So, if you are planning to visit this historical plus culturally rich country, then here are some of the best places you must visit to make your journey memorable for a lifetime:

Places To Visit In Scotland

1. EdinburghCrown Jewel Of Scotland

This beautiful city in Scotland is a must-visit!  Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital and carries many historical monuments which are architectural marvels. This city has many 18th century buildings, so you can take a stroll in the city and get stunned by seeing such beautiful pieces of architecture. Many Georgian townhomes, shops, galleries, and cafes are the best to spend time. You can visit Royal Yacht Britannia which was once Queen’s personal yacht and is now a museum that allows the visitors to get a tour of State Apartments and Royal Bedrooms.

2. Glasgow

Remember Commonwealth Games were held here in 2014!! Located on Scotland’s west coast, Glasgow has turned itself into major European cultural center with its museums, art galleries and festivals. You can explore the city on foot, spend time in parks, visit Glasgow cathedral and the famous Glasgow School of Art and so much more in this city. You can also go to the Riverside Museum and the waterfront which is also one of the top things to do there. If you are someone who loves to go to cultural stages and see art, then you can take a part in a play at the King’s Theatre, visit Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and the Glasgow Style Gallery.

3. Scottish Highlands

Scottish Highlands gives you some surreal and ethereal views that you might haven’t seen in your lifetime. This area of nature’s blessings with mesmerizing beauty- this place has been the backdrop to many movies and TV shows- all thanks to its beauty. You can start exploring this place from Inverness and move to Loch Ness. You can visit Urquhart Castle ruins, Glen More lake, Caledonian Canal natural fault line and more. Visiting the coastal town of Dornich, Aviemore, and going to Cairngorms National Park for hiking and biking is something you can’t afford to miss. So, Scotland Highlands is a must visit any day.

4. St. Andrews

St. Andrews is a world famous golf destination. Golfers around the world come here to play golf. The 72 Old Course is also the oldest golf course in the world where many golf stars come to swing their hands. Seeing its popularity, you need to at least book a game of play or your tee time at least six months before you come here. You can also visit the British Golf Museum to know more about the sport and its greats. Not only this, but it is also known as a university town. You can explore the University of St. Andrews- especially its old building- worth watching.  Also, try to visit the ruins of St. Andrews Castle and St. Andrews old cathedral.

5. Loch Ness

Loch Ness is all about myths and legends. This beautiful town is one of the most visited places in Scotland. The myth of “Nessie” who was believed to be the world’s most famous sea monster used to live here. Although there is no definitive evidence of it, you won’t be disappointed. You can visit places like Urquhart Castle which was built in the 1100s and is now left in ruins. You can also get a boat cruise and go to the Caledonian Canal. Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition in the village of Drumnadrochit is something you must not miss.

6. Aberdeen

This port city Aberdeen is worth exploring and must be in your Scotland travel itinerary. Take a stroll by foot and you will get the significant essence of this city’s beauty and culture. The old and well-preserved architecture, soothing parks and gardens, and lovely people surely make your day. You can visit St. Machar’s Cathedral, old homes, merchant buildings, and some gardens. The city got many names including “Silver City” and “The Flower of Scotland.” David Welch Winter Gardens at Duthie Park is something you must not miss and try to spend some quality time with your friends and family there. You can also get a good walk at Aberdeen’s beaches and having some quality dinner won’t be a bad idea either.

7. Loch Lomond

Not too far from Glasgow, Loch Lomond is a great place to visit in Scotland if you want to see some beautiful scenes of nature. It is a paradise for a couple- all thanks to its picturesque and romantic scenery around. It is also the largest body of fresh water in the UK. Walter Scott once called it the “Queen of Scottish Lakes.” You can have some boat tours and cruises there. Also, you can visit Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre, go for shopping at Lomond Shores entertainment complex and explore SEA LIFE Aquarium. If you are an adventure seeker, then Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is the place where you must head to and do activities like fishing, boating, canoeing, and kayaking, hiking and biking.


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