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Banff

Banff is a pleasant little town in Aberdeenshire that is well worth strolling around. Ther...
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Pittenweem

Take the coast road south of St Andrews and you’ll find a host of quaint little fishing ...
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Anstruther

Anstruther is the largest of a number of quaint fishing villages along the east coast of F...
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St Andrews

This is a lively university town with the University of St Andrews right in the middle of ...
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Glenmore Lodge National Outdoor Training Centre

Do you like the idea of Outdoor Sports but don’t have the knowledge and experience to be...
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Duntulm Castle

Duntulm started as an Iron Age broch and then a castle belonging to the MacLeods but there...
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Troon

Troon is a popular seaside town on the Ayrshire coast only a few miles from Prestwick Inte...
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Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park

Not to be missed. A great day out for all the family. A chance to see these wonderful crea...
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Wallace Monument

There is so much to see and do at Stirling Castle that you really must plan to allow yours...
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Stirling Castle

There is so much to see and do at Stirling Castle that you really must plan to allow yours...
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Caledonian Canal

Connecting east and west coast, this impressive canal was built in the early part of the 1...
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Neptune's Staircase

Neptune’s Staircase is a series of eight ‘locks’, raising boats and yachts travellin...
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Praying Hands of Mary

The ‘Praying Hands of Mary’, also known as Fionn’s Rock, is a mysterious rock format...
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An Lochan Uaine - The Green Loch

An Lochan Uaine – named the ‘Green Loch’ by locals – is one of the most beautiful ...
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Loch Insh

Loch Insh is one of the many lochs that surround the town of Aviemore. The loch is a hotsp...
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Aviemore

The town of Aviemore is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Scotland. It is a ...
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Loch Pityoulish

There are a number of beautiful lochs in the area surrounding Aviemore, including Loch Pit...
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Magdalen Chapel

It was constructed in the 1540s and has been the site of some seminal events, such as (deb...
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Holyrood Abbey

For those with an interest in Scottish history, this beautiful ruined abbey has many stori...
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Belhaven Bridge - Bridge to Nowhere

Belhaven Bridge, known as the ‘Bridge to Nowhere’, is a bridge across the Biel Water. ...
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Isle of Ulva

If you’re visiting Mull, the short ferry trip across to the island of Ulva makes a great...
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Mellon Udrigle

The hamlet of Mellon Udrigle is located in the county of Ross in the Scottish Highlands. M...
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Findhorn

The village of Findhorn is located next to the beautiful Findhorn Bay, in the county of Mo...
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Edderton

Edderton is a village near the burgh of Tain in Ross County. Around 400 people currently l...
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Clashnessie

Clashnessie is a crofting village in the Assynt area of Sutherland. In traditional Highlan...
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Nethy Bridge River Walk

This gentle walk is a great way to experience the natural wonder of Cairngorms National Pa...
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Loch Garten/Loch Mallachie Walk

Starting at the Loch Gardon Osprey Centre this walk takes you round the RSPB Nature Reserv...
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Viewpoint Walk, Granton-on-Spey

Taking the famous ‘Viewpoint Walk’ in Grantown on Spey is a wonderful way to savour th...
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Granton-on-Spey

This is a great spot to base yourself when exploring the Cairngorms National Park area, pa...
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Carrbridge

Although small, the village of Carrbridge is bustling with activity. If you come at the ri...
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Loch an Eilein Castle

Loch an Eilein Castle is a beautiful ruined 13th century castle located in Rothiemurchus f...
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The People's Palace

Find out about Glasgow and its people since 1750,how they lived, worked and played. See pa...
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Sharmaka Kinetic Theatre

This unique and extraordinary experience showcases the life works of Eduard Bersuisky, who...
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Rennie Mackintosh Tour

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was born and brought up in Glasgow and became a great designer a...
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St Mungo's Museum of Religious Life and Art

Here you can see works of art, objects and displays that are related to religions througho...
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Glasgow Cathedral

The Cathedral was built in the 12th century and marks the birthplace of the city. Nearby i...
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The Barras

The Barras has been a well-known market place in Glasgow’s East End for many years. Grea...
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Fossil Grove

Imagine being back 330 million years as you walk around this unique Fossil Grove in Victor...
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Merchant City

The Old Fruitmarket is now Merchant Square and has become a lively cultural place to meet,...
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Glasgow Mural Trail

Glasgow has a good number to buildings displaying street art of all kinds. There are impre...
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Holyrood Park

Holyrood Park is a very large park in the centre of Edinburgh. It was founded in 1541 by J...
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Dynamic Earth

Since opening in Edinburgh’s Holyrood area in 1999, Dynamic Earth has used multimedia di...
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Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect World

Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect World is an indoor tropical jungle that is home to hundreds o...
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Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh Zoo is the second most visited attraction in Scotland, and for good reason. Open...
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Camera Obscura

Camera Obscura, located at the top of the Royal Mile, is one of the most enduring attracti...
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Dean Gardens

‘Dean Gardens’ covers over seven acres, making it one of the largest gardens in the ci...
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Royal Yacht Britannia

Launched in 1953 from a Clydebank shipyard, the Britannia was a royal residence for Her Ma...
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Edinburgh International Climbing Arena

The Edinburgh International Climbing Arena (EICA) is the largest indoor climbing arena in ...
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The People's Story Museum

‘The People’s Story’ museum aims to tell the story of Edinburgh’s working-class fr...
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Museum of Edinburgh

The Museum of Edinburgh is a must for anyone visiting the capital. Free to the public, it ...
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City Art Centre

Located in a former warehouse beside Waverley train station, the City Art Centre is devote...
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City Observatory

Designed by William Henry Playfair in 1818, the City Observatory on Calton Hill is one of ...
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Nelson Monument

The Nelson Monument was erected in the 1810’s to commemorate Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson...
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The Caiy Stane

This ancient standing stone is quite out of place in its suburban Edinburgh home. It’s r...
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Dunbar's Close Gardens

Dunbar’s Close is named after the Scottish writer David Dunbar, who owned some tenements...
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Wild West Morningside

Hidden down an alley in Edinburgh’s posh Morningside region, this strange Wild West faç...
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Andy Goldsworthy's 'Hutton Roof'

‘Hutton Roof’ is the name of a piece of sculpture currently sitting on the roof of the...
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Coade Stone Columns

These three stone columns are located in the picturesque village of Portobello, on Edinbur...
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John Knox House

Since opening in 1853, this museum has been one of the biggest tourist destinations in Edi...
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The Scotsman Steps

The Scotsman Steps, built in 1899, mark the divide between Old Town and New Town Edinburgh...
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Edinburgh Book Sculptures

Created by an anonymous artist, these ten mysterious sculptures began appearing in librari...
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Lauriston Castle

For those who want a break from city life, why not take a stroll around Lauriston Castle g...
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Burke and Hare Murder Dolls

Burke and Hare were the infamous 19th century murderers who sold the corpses of their vict...
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Witches Well

For those on an historical tour of Edinburgh, this commemorative well is easily missed. Lo...
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Holyrood Abbey Ruins

For those with an interest in Scottish history, this beautiful ruined abbey has many stori...
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Duddingston Loch & Garden

Famed for its beauty, Duddingston Loch makes a fantastic spot for a picnic or a long thoug...
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Newhaven

Newhaven is a small former village in the Firth of Forth, located between Leith and Granto...
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Writers' Museum

Scotland has produced some excellent writers over the years, and the three featured in thi...
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ACE Adventure & Hideaways

We offer the best white water rafting in the UK and other adventure activities from our gl...
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Gearrannan Blackhouse Village, Lewis

Step back in time and visit this village of blackhouses on the Atlantic coast. This villag...
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Seilebost Beach , Harris

Seilebost Beach is one of many stunning beaches on Harris with beautiful sand, clear water...
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Luskentyre Beach, Harris

Harris has a very rocky coastline scattered with the most beautiful beaches. Luskentyre is...
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Rackwick Bay

Rackwick Bay has a special kind of beauty with its sparkling sands, boulders, red sandston...
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Italian Chapel

The story of how this amazing little chapel was built is heartwarming and uplifting, the a...
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Loch Shin

Loch Shin is a long narrow loch measuring around 18 miles by 1 mile. In the summer months ...
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Sandwood Bay

Sandwood Bay has 1.5 miles of pink sand, a loch, cliffs, a sea stack and huge sand dunes s...
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Dawyck Botanic Garden

Lying on the border hills, near Stobo village is 65 acres of gardens for visitors to strol...
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Fairy Glen, Rosemarkie

Park your car in the car park at the Cromarty end of Rosemarkie, put on your walking shoes...
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Falls of Rogie

If you find yourself anywhere near Ullapool and love beautiful country walks, rivers and w...
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Gruinard Bay

This bay has three beaches with beautiful pink sand, rocky coves and spectacular views of ...
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Loch Tay

Loch Tay is one of Scotland’s deepest lochs at around 500ft deep and stretches some 15 m...
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Glen Nevis

Glen Nevis is known for its scenic beauty with its impressive mountains, waterfalls, fores...
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Falls of Falloch

Have your picnic here and gaze at the mesmerising waterfall drop 30 ft as the River Falloc...
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Brodick Castle

Give yourself plenty of time to take in the splendour of this island castle and its surrou...
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Lochranza Castle

Visitors to Arran often miss out on this side of the island but the scenery around Lochran...
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St Andrews West Sands

Park your car at the huge car park near the Old Course or walk from the town centre past t...
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St Andrews Old Course

St Andrews is well known for being the home of golf. A trip to St Andrews would not be com...
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St Andrews Cathedral

It is said that the relics of St Andrew were brought to this site in the 700s. The cathedr...
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Elie Ness Lighthouse

This lighthouse was opened in October 1908 and stands on a promontory of land between Inch...
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Dunfermline Abbey and Palace

This is a very significant historic set of buildings dating back to the late 11th century ...
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Glen Affric

This is the place to be if you like a good scenic walk. Here you can find ancient woodland...
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Portnahaven

Portnahaven is a quiet village with beautiful views, a Post Office, church and a quaint li...
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Isle of Jura

Jura is one of the islands of the Southern Hebrides. It measures around 30 miles by 9 mile...
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Isle of Islay (pronounced Eye-la)

Islay is one of the islands of the southern Inner Hebrides on the west coast of Scotland. ...
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Isle of Muck

At only about 2 miles by 1 mile the Isle of Muck is the smallest of the Small Isles. You c...
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Machir Bay

Machir Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches on Islay and well worth a visit. This beac...
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Carraig Fhada Lighthouse

This lighthouse is an unusual design as it’s not circular like other lighthouses. It’s...
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Isle of Coll

Situated six miles west of the Isle of Mull, this tiny island is a Hebridean paradise. It...
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Finlagan Castle

Follow the signs from Port Askaig on Islay to Finlaggan and after only two miles you’ll ...
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Keiss Castle

If you’re travelling from John O’Groats to Wick along the coast road you will pass thr...
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