But the people make it even better. Weegies welcome you to Glasgow with cheeky banter. Highlanders sing Gaelic songs. Largs Scottish-Italians serve legendary ice cream. Nom nom.
Did someone say ‘dramatic scenery’? Enter Edinburgh’s castle-topped volcano and the three mahoosive bridges over the River Forth. Head through Fife and you can stop off at home of golf St Andrews. Then hop over the Tay to Dundee’s V&A design museum (looks like a lost spaceship).
Kids love Scotland’s parks, pools and (sometimes gruesome) historic attractions. Adults love the whisky, culture, and romantic scenery. Either way, you’re onto a winner.
The official animal of Scotland is the unicorn - who knew?! We thought it was the wild haggis...
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World-class music. Super sport. Best soaps on the telly. Pack more into the North West and you’d push it into the Irish Sea.
Nowhere else in Britain could bring us Lenny Henry, Caitlin Moran and Ozzy Osbourne.
There’s more to Yorkshire than hills, farms, and fields. As nice as they are.
Wedged between Fife and the Scottish Borders, Midlothian is a bulging sporran of city attractions and beautiful countryside.
Lochs. Castles. creepy ruins. West Dunbartonshire ticks all the typical Scottish tourist boxes – with a bit more besides.