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Scotland Holidays

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From the breathtaking Highlands to the historic cities, strong traditions and world renowned celebrations there’s nothing quite like a Scotland holiday for a refreshing and fulfilling trip all in one go. Head for the famous cities here – Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Aberdeen – and you can learn about millennia of history, from the momentous events recorded at Edinburgh Castle, to art galleries full of Aberdonian silver and the fascinating folk festivals of Glasgow. If you happen to be visiting around New Year’s Eve then be sure to join in the world renowned Hogmanay celebrations - bigger here than anywhere else in the world.

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Towering spires, thick stone walls and dramatic settings - whatever pops into your mind when you imagine a castle, you'll find it in Scotland. From magnificent city landmarks to mysterious ruins, Scotland is bursting with fascinating castles to visit.
With over 100 active distilleries in Scotland spread across five whisky regions, with many offering fascinating tours, there are lots of whiskies to enjoy responsibly and plenty of opportunities to learn how it's made.
Whether you want to hear the cheerful chirp of a dawn chorus, see a graceful soaring white-tailed sea eagle, or sail alongside playful dolphins, there are incredible opportunities to get up close and personal with the wildest of our residents.
It's not just about hitting the shops on a city break to Scotland - though our high street stores and designer boutiques are pretty fabulous. It's about capturing your very own piece of Scotland - whether it is a stunning painting, a beautiful piece of clothing, or a tasty treat - to take home with you and remind you of your amazing holiday to Scotland.
Nothing beats the freedom of exploring a new place on your own personalised road trip. Stop off where you like, see what you like and enjoy the route at your own pace – the perfect holiday!


Then there’s the incredible natural beauty of this part of the world, which is some of the most awe inspiring in the UK. Explore Scotland's National Parks, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs and the Cairngorms, and get to know the local wildlife, from the golden eagles to the pretty puffins. Get out and play some golf, go whitewater rafting or hiking in the hills and broaden your horizons. 


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  • Language The main language spoken in Scotland is English, while Scots and Scottish Gaelic are minority languages