Immerse Yourself in Scotland

From the moment you start researching Scotland, you’ll begin to understand why this island nation is one of the most popular destinations in the world.

It is known for its culturally rich history, incredible landscapes, and powerful seashores.  Of course, the majestic castles that dot the countryside add the mystical charm of this breathtaking country.

Visiting Scotland

Although you can fly internationally into Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Inverness, or Glasgow, taking a train from London to Edinburgh is an exciting introduction to Scotland’s breathtaking landscape. (Of course, you’ll probably want a visit to London too!)

Listening to the Scottish people with their lovely brogue can be mesmerizing. They have a never-ending supply of wonderful tales relating to their history.

The Cities

While spending time in the bustling cities such as Edinburgh or Glasgow, you’ll definitely want to take advantage of the public transportation. The cities are very easy to navigate with their bus systems. Museums, shops, the historical sites, and of course, whiskey tastings will keep you busy!

Jacobite Trail and other Historical Sites

If heading to the Highlands, be sure to check out the historical sites, such as the Jacobite trail or the amazing museum at the battlefield at Culloden. Don’t forget to visit Nessie at Loch Ness.

The Scottish Islands

Visiting the islands of Scotland is yet another unique experience.  Puffins can easily be found in the Shetland islands.  The Inner and Outer Hebrides islands are still very reminiscent of the old ways in Scotland.

The magic, mystery and rich history of Scotland can be your next adventure.