The beautiful country of Scotland in the UK has a lot to offer to its visitors. The soulful music, the mesmerising highlands, the never-ending beaches, the colourful history and culture; Scotland is all in one. It presents an aesthetic, quaint scenery that captivates the soul and mind.

Here Are The Most Famous Places That You Should Travel To While in Scotland.

  1. Hebrides

The Hebrides is an archipelago that consists of about 40 islands. The Outer Hebrides encompasses Lewis and Harris, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist, and Barra. St. Kilda while the Inner Hebrides has Skye, the Small Isles (Canna, Sanday, Rhum, Eigg, and Muck), Tiree, Mull, Colonsay, Jura, Islay, and Coll. A “must visit” place, as listed by Airbnb, it holds within the Black Houses, the Callanish standing stones and Carloway Broch and many beautiful beaches.

  1. Inverness

A stunning place that withholds beautiful and incredible highlands, you have a lot to do in Inverness along with being awestruck by its diversified nature. You may choose to take a tour around Inverness Castle or the Victorian Market. You may also visit the Inverness Cathedral that is set on the edge of the river. Allow yourself a short trip to Loch Ness to spot Nessie. Inverness is also a perfect spot for camping. Just remember to follow the rules and do not leave behind your trace.

  1. Glasgow

The largest city in Scotland, Glasgow, gives goosebumps to its visitors with pleasant music and a scope for shopping. The shopping streets of Sauchiehall, Buchanan, and Argyl are the best way to give yourself much-needed shopping therapy. You may also plan a visit to Kelvingrove Museum or see a gig at Barrowlands

  1. Edinburgh

How about visiting the enchanting world of Harry Potter? Being the busiest of all the cities in Scotland, it has a glorious history to tell. Make sure to visit the Edinburgh Castle, the Calton Hill situated at the top of Princes Street, and the Elephant House. Besides, you even get to experience the Harry Potter world and travel down memory lane.

  1. Aberdeenshire

Standing tall, the beautiful castles of Aberdeenshire are bewitching. Pay witness to the Slains Castle or Dunnottar Castle. You may also go for Dolphin watch at Torry Battery or walk through the old fishing village of Footdee.

  1. Scottish Highlands

This place sits right in the lap of nature, providing the perfect environment for romance; where a poet can think about his muse and write poetry, where an artist can capture the beauty and bring it live on the canvas, this place is perfect for artists. It stretches from Inverness on the country’s rugged east coast to John O’Groats in the north.

Visit the coastal town of Dornoch known for the old castles and cathedral and Aviemore which is popular for skiing in winter. During summers, opt for hiking in the Cairngorms National Park. Do not forget to witness the beauty of Scotland’s most famous lake of Glen More which is a natural fault line that is marked by the Caledonian Canal.

  1. Loch Ness

Legends have it, one can spot the world’s famous sea monster, Nessie, at Loch Ness. Even if one is unable to spot the monster (well, not really a thing of reality), the Urquhart Castle is enough to make the visit worthwhile. Give yourself a treat by cruising along the loch and Caledonian Canal that connects Scotland’s east and west coasts. Other things that might interest you are Fort Augustus and Benedictine abbey.

  1. Isle of Arran

A little world that would give the glimpse of the whole Scotland, the Isle of Arran is located just off the mainland from Glasgow. One can reach this beautiful, heavenly abode via a ferry ride. You will be mesmerised by tall mountains, sandy beach, charming fishing villages, great little golf courses, and huge, historic castles.

  1. Fort William

Want to experience the life of one of the characters from Harry Potter? Want to be on the same route that was taken by the Hogwarts Express? In that case, an excursion from Fort William to Glenfinnan Viaduct will prove to be a nostalgic ride. You can also choose to go to Glencoe from Fort William which is a beautiful valley that paints the perfect scenery.

  1. Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond is the largest freshwater body in the UK (also called Queen of Scottish Lakes) that is quaint and perfect for people who adore romance and associate it with nature. One can get there easily from Glasgow and Edinburgh.

The precious land of Scotland is nothing less than blissful. Enjoy the marvelous days in the lap of nature and modernity and remember to take back memories for a lifetime.

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