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Dramatic landscapes and mist on the lochs, or world-class shopping and an unrivaled arts festival. Rediscover yourself in some of Europe's finest landscapes and enjoy a leisurely break or an action-packed holiday.
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There are some things that are uniquely Scottish but in truth, there's no single element that defines the country. Rather, it's a subtle blend of many different ingredients that have been added to the mix down through the centuries. A land of ancient history, stunning scenery and cutting edge contemporary culture - Scotland offers infinite variety. A friendly welcome is just the start. There are wild open spaces, punctuated by magical lochs, mountains, castles and palaces; serious amounts of culture and fashion and some great sporting opportunities from wild trout fishing to golf. Visit Scotland to discover for yourself some of the things that make a holiday to Scotland such a great choice.
If it’s drama you’re after, head for the Highlands, a vast swathe of untamed wilderness where land and sea collide to create stunning perspectives. Discover the most perfect vista at Eilean Donan where the dramatic castle ruins and surrounding mountains are reflected in the waters of the loch. Both landscapes and wildlife are at their most spectacular in Scotland’s two National Parks – Loch Lomond and Cairngorm.
Whichever part of Scotland takes your fancy, history is never far away – from the Neolithic ruins of Skara Brae on Orkney to Scotland’s dramatic capital city.
Glasgow is a really buzzing city with a rich artistic heritage and several excellent galleries, and is also home to the famous Burrell Collection housing an amazing array of exhibits from around the world, and with some great cafes, restaurants, bars and clubs, Glasgow is a top place to party.
Further out from the cities you can discover the tranquility and incredible countryside of the Clyde Valley and Strathclyde County Park. Or you might want to visit Gretna Green or enjoy a different sort of adventure in one of Scotland’s theme parks.
Scotland's geography has been integral to its political, social, economic and cultural development and it can be divided into three distinct areas: the Southern Uplands, the Central Lowlands and the northern Highlands and Islands.
The Southern Uplands are the fertile plains and hills bordering England. The region boasts magnificent scenery, albeit of a gentler nature than that found in the Highlands: the highest peak in the area is only 2763 feet (815 m) high.
The Central Lowlands stretch from the Firth of Forth in the east to the Firth of Clyde in the west. This area contains the nation's main industrial belt and the country's two largest cities, Glasgow in the west and Edinburgh, the capital, in the east. Most of the Scotland's population lives in this area.
The Highlands comprise dramatic mountain ranges of sandstone and granite, which rise to their greatest height at Ben Nevis, which at 4406 feet (1343 m) is Britain's highest mountain. Although this region accounts for more than half the total area of Scotland, it has few major population centres apart from the cities of Aberdeen, Inverness and Dundee.
Of Scotland's 790 islands, 130 or so are inhabited. The major groups include the Inner and Outer Hebrides off the west coast, the Orkneys and the Shetland isles which lie to the northeast of the mainland.
The Six Cities of Scotland; Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness and Stirling are all modern, dynamic and thriving centres which encapsulate all that is best about Scotland.
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