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Scotland Travel Guide

From the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands to the historic and cultural vibes of Edinburgh, the insane amount of local whisky distilleries to the old and beautiful castles, Scotland really is home to some of the most vast and dramatic scenery that the UK has to offer. And believe it or not, Scotland's national animal is the Unicorn: make of that what you will!
languages icon LANGUAGES
English is the most common language
spoken in Scotland, however a vast majority
will also speak Gaelic.
currency icon CURRENCY
British pound (GBP) 


time zone icon TIME ZONE
Greenwich Mean Time Zone

Scotland day trips

Loch Ness Hunter Day Trip

Monsters, mountains and myths - seek out the real Scotland on this Highland Fling to lovely Loch Ness. On the marathon drive all the way from Edinburgh, you`ll pass the Stirling Castle, skirt the Trossachs before crossing the wilds of Rannoch Moor and onto dramatic Glencoe, before stopping in the village of Fort Augustus by the shores of mysterious Loch Ness.


Full day 
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Royal Highlands Christmas

An unforgettable Christmas in the stunning Scottish Highlands. There’s the legendary Scottish hospitality but also snow-capped mountains, gorgeous lochs and glens, traditional dancing and a slap-up Christmas dinner at an exclusive Royal Highland hotel... Awesome!

3 days

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Afternoon Underground Ghost Tour in Edinburgh

Join our Afternoon Underground Ghost Tour and hear about the rich history and stories of Scotland's past as told by one of our deceased Ghost guides.
Half day
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City Sightseeing Glasgow Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Explore Glasgow, one of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan destinations in Europe with this City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off ticket aboard an open-top double-decker bus. See all the main sights as you hop on and off at more than 20 conveniently located stops around the city.
1 or 2 day tickets 
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Skye High

This trip is ideal for travellers who are short on time but want to get the most out of their trip to Scotland. All the best bits are packed in, monster hunting for Loch Ness,

castle ruins, stunning scenery. Listen to the Celtic tales and visit the beautiful Isle of Skye. Includes your legendary local haggis guide and all transport.

3 Days 

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Scotland accommodation

The Baxter Hostel Edinburgh

Located in the heart of Edinburgh's World Heritage Site, this boutique hostel has been uniquely styled by the Baxter brothers. With a wide range of accommodation options and  list of customised amenities, the Baxter is the perfect base to explore this amazing city.

Grassmarket Hotel 3* Edinburgh

Get your day off to a haggis start and end it with an amber nectar at this friendly hotel on glorious Grassmarket. The Grassmarket Hotel is in the lively and historic Grassmarket area. There are pubs, clubs, bars, restaurants and shops nearby. The shops of Princes Street are 800 yards away.

St Christopher's Hostel Edinburgh

St Christopher’s Hostel in Edinburgh is famous with travellers the world over for it’s great location, next to Edinburgh Castle and the many attractions of the Royal Mile.
3 Nights
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What we love about Scotland

theater icon Edinburgh
Scotland's capital city plays host to the famous Fringe Festival every August - an explosion of theatre, cabaret and comedy - and Hogmanay every New Year's Eve.
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The dramatic terrain of the Highlands draws the world's most intrepid hikers. 
heart icon Loch Ness
This freshwater loch situated in the Scottish Highlands is best known for alleged sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, also known affectionately as "Nessie".

FAQ - Travel in Scotland

When is the best time to visit Scotland?

Scotland is the land of the seasons - you can have all four in one day! If you want to visit picturesque beaches and warmer temperatures, visit between June and  August. The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is also on in August, so this is the perfect time to go but the city gets quite busy, so we recommend booking your accommodation in advance. Winter is also a great time to go to Scotland, experience a traditional Hogmanay and browse the Christmas markets in Edinburgh in the snow.