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Scotland is the United Kingdom’s northernmost country; a land of spectacular mountain wildernesses such as the Northwest Highlands and the Cairngorms, scattered with glacial valleys (known as glens) and lakes (known as lochs). Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital city with its famous hilltop castle and Glasgow it’s second city is iconic with its vibrant cultural scene. Scotland is also known for its golf, the game first played at St Andrews in the 1400s on the Old Course.
Whether you fancy stepping on board a Royal yacht in Leith, trying your hand at keyhole surgery in Dundee or climbing over 240 steps up the National Wallace Monument for views of a National Park; Scotland really does have it all.

If that doesn’t float your boat, why not listen to tales of Kings and Queens, take a train ride through majestic landscapes or have a night at the theatre? If you are still left wanting more then you can spend an afternoon in a gallery or museum or discover whiskey distilling secrets at the numerous distilleries.

Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers famous for Aberdeen Angus beef, shortbread, haggis, Stornoway Black Pudding, Shetland salmon and Scottish whisky….the list is endless! With the Atlantic Ocean on its doorstep, lush rolling hills, furtive soil and fresh mountain waters, the quality of food in Scotland is unrivalled.

The Scots really know how to party so when it comes to celebrating, Scotland has few rivals in the world of festivals and events. Edinburgh Hogmanay is renowned for its New Year’s Eve Street Party and firework shows whilst the country celebrates its heritage and culture all year round!