The picturesque country of Scotland with a fascinating mix of art, culture and tradition never fails to mesmerize. If you are a history buff, if you love the thrill of stories whispered by ancient remains, if you enjoy being transported to a different date, place and time in history, Scotland is the ideal vacation for you.
The country with its rich culture, enthralling folk-lore, intriguing ruins and geographic stunners is more like a stage set in some other time some other place in a fantastical world. With a recorded history dating back to over 14,000 years of human inhabitation, you can only wonder what mysteries await you. Every glen, every castle has a story to tell.
Monuments such as the Sterling Castle over the river Forth, the Knap of Howar, the 120km long Hadrian wall have stood against the test of time for centuries and retell the enigma of unknown times.
With brilliant accommodation features for all, various arranged sight-seeing tours, numerous festivals, one can only wish for the time to see it all. You must visit Scotland once to live and experience its mysterious world.
Scotland is one of the most beautiful places in the world. It gives you a complete range of experiences from the picturesque roads to the green hills. While the cities are completely bustling with life and activity, the country side is famous for its sleepy and peaceful touch. It is indeed a fascinating idea to explore this wonderful place on a road trip in a car.
The roads of Scotland are indeed a treat to the traveler. You get to see the most beautiful of towns all around and relive historical moments as well as experience culture. You just can not miss the town of Fort William, where a couple of films have been shot. Other sites that you can not miss are Oban, Port Apin, Iverness and the like.
Scotland is particularly famous for the Scottish highland. You must stop by Ullapool, Speyaide, Applecross, Cuilin mountains and the like. Driving by the Scottish foothills allows you to experience the real Scotland.
If you intend to go on a travel to Scotland, you need to take a minimum of 10 days to explore both the low and highlands of the Scotland. The place has to offer much more than anyone can imagine: from natural landscape to modern infrastructure, from simple buildings to historical monuments, and from theme parks to word-renowned golf parks.
It is advised that you land in the Edinburg, the capital of Scotland. Check out the Prince Street and the Edinburg Castle among other places. Then head straight to Glasgow. You need a lot of self-control while you move around in the city. The
city is second only to London in connection to the retail stores. Save your money for travelling through the Highlands.
Loch Lomond should be your place of booking a hotel as it is central to all other nearby places. The place is the longest island in the UK with extraordinary beaches. You can get some real Scottish bear in Luss, another island nearest to Loch Lomond.
Among other must visits in Scotland highlands are Loch Flyne famous for a 18th century castle, Ben Nevis that is the highest mountain in the UK, and Skye, and exceptionally beautiful island that leaves you enchanted.