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Scotland Tourist Information & Visitor Guide

recommended places to visit and explore throughout Scotland


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Scotland's capital, with major museums, galleries and historic sites, plus great shops and restaurants, worth visiting at any time of year

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Scotland's most famous island with dramatic scenery and a rich history to explore

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an ideal place to stay whilst exploring the famous Loch Ness, Culloden Battlefield and the surrounding countryside. Take a boat trip on the Loch, or a meal in one of the excellent restaurants

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"the granite city", centre of Scotland's oil industry, with wide choice of hotels and restaurants, convenient for whisky trail and Royal Deeside

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comprising a group of 3 villages Achtercairn, Strath & Charlestown, this is an ideal base for whale and dolphin watching, good trout fishing and birdwatching

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blending sophistication and earthiness, Scotland's biggest city has become an intriguing metropolis. Packed with stylish bars and restaurants with a lively music scene, not to mention the great number of museums and art galleries

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the main gateway for touring the Hebridean Islands with noted seafood restaurants, and although crowded in the summer months, offers wonderful panoramic views across the bay

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this picturesque port, with whitewashed cottages on the shores of Loch Broom is the gateway to the Western Isles. However, it is deservedly a destination in own right with spectacular views of the lake and surrounding hills

 
 
 

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