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It may be a ‘wee’ country, but Scotland is filled with some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes. We’ll show you all the highlights, from the volcanic ruins of Glencoe and the moving ‘Glen of Weeping’, to the ancient Eilean Donan Castle and the peaks of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain.
Scotland’s food is one of the best parts of any Scottish adventure. We’ll lead the way to the food and drink you need to try in Scotland, starting with local whisky and traditional haggis.
Scotland shines in summer with warmer weather and plenty of walking trails, and we also love spring and autumn when the leaves go for gold and the markets are filled with fresh produce.
Camera & extra SD cards
You won’t want to miss a thing when you visit Scotland’s magical landscapes. Pack a camera with extra SD cards so you never run out of memory.
Even in summer, it’s common to experience four seasons in one day in Scotland. Bring a sturdy weatherproof coat to stay warm and dry.
With some of Europe’s most incredible landscapes, there’s lots of exploring to do in Scotland. A pair of comfortable shoes will take you all over the countryside and city streets with ease.
If you’re going walking in Scotland, always stay on the marked path to avoid disturbing plants and animals in these precious ecosystems.
Scotland is filled with incredible native animals like badgers and red deer. If you see any wildlife, never feed them or approach them. It’s okay to watch from afar but it’s best to let them stay in the wild.
The best way to feast on Scottish food is to eat at local restaurants and markets, where you’ll discover delicious regional dishes and historic Scottish food traditions.