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Things to see and do in Scotland


History. Culture. Highlands.

Inverness, Scotland

Inverness has everything a big city has, such as top museums and cultural heritage, and is the perfect starting point to explore the Highlands. The vibrant city life along with the beautiful landscapes make Inverness a must-see.

You will experience the Highlands in a unique way here. Visit the art galleries, museums and theatres and explore the historic buildings of this city. Take walks through the Scottish wilderness in the surrounding mountains, and don’t forget the nature in the city itself. Inverness was an important port in the 16th and 17th centuries. Many remnants from this period can still be seen in Church Street, where many buildings date from this period. It is possible to visit the oldest building in the city, Abertarff House.


Wildlife. History. Nature.

Isle of Skye, Scotland

Discover Skye, its walking routes, wildlife, island views and more. The Scottish Isle of Skye is a destinationon many people’s wish liste. Rightly so! It’s beautiful. It is not without reason that Skye’s rugged landscapes have been used

several times as a backdrop for television series and cinema films. The Quiraing, The Old Man Of Storr, The Cuillin, Neist Point and The Fairy Glen are popular places to film. The Quiraing wins by far in popularity. You can see it in Macbeth, Stardust, 47 Ronin, etc. Discover it all in Skye, islands, eateries and places of interest such as Fairy Pools and Faerie Glen.


History. Culture. Architecture.

Aberdeen, scotland

Discover Aberdeen, a historic city with a harbour, museums and sights like Aberdeen Maritime Museum and Academy. Think innovative architecture, fabulous culture and captivating museums and galleries, tangible history,

endless green spaces, fantastic beaches and dramatic coastline, first-class shopping, world-class dining, great outdoor activities, a promising program of events and festivals, not to mention the night also offers endless possibilities. Aberdeen is proud of its endless list of attractions and activities – challenge yourself to see them all. Pay a visit to Aberdeen! Enjoy the university, castle and history.


Culture. History. Architecture.

Edinburgh, Scotland

Scotland’s capital has plenty of attractions, parks and gardens to offer. Cultural festivals attract millions of visitors every year. Edinburgh is nestled between extinct volcanoes and seven hills, creating a spectacular spectacle

in this rugged environment. The town is impressive with the medieval buildings of the Old Town and the wide streets and spacious Georgian-style houses of the New Town. Edinburgh Castle is the city’s grandest building and the reason for its existence. Built atop an ancient volcano, this fortress has defended the city from attack for hundreds of years. Start your exploration of the Scottish capital on The Royal Mile. The cobbled streets connect to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, an official royal residence. You will find some of the city’s most important buildings along the route, such as St. Giles’ Cathedral and Parliament House.

St. Andrews

History. Nature. Architecture.

St Andrews, Scotland

This seaside university town offers a young student atmosphere. Visit medieval ruins in the area. St Andrews has some of Scotland’s most historic and fascinating attractions and traditions. Relive the Middle Ages on a

guided tour of the castle, the towers and one of the oldest universities in the world. Visit the city through the remaining gates of West Port and Sea Yett. West Port has towers and a central arch with unique details. For a sense of local history, visit St Andrews Castle. Hear extraordinary stories about the Catholics and Protestants, and delve into the dark tunnels built before the war. Visit the Bottle Dungeon, where notorious prisoners were held, many of whom were sentenced to death. Stroll through the ruins of St Andrews Cathedral, the tallest church ever built in Scotland.

The Magical Harry Potter Train

Culture. Art. Movies.

The famous Glenfinnan Viaduct with a Harry Potter Train

Have you always wanted to see the Hogwarts Express (train from Harry Potter) with your own eyes? Then you have to stop at the Glenfinnan Monument. Every day this magical tsjoek-chuk passes here a few times over the

equally magical bridge. You don’t see the train for more than two minutes, but it’s pretty exciting to stand there and take it all in! Hundreds of curious tourists take over the green valley sides with their cameras at the ready. When suddenly a gigantic plume of smoke appears from under the trees, everyone will go crazy! What a magical feeling to see this locomotive in motion.

Loch Morlich

Nature. Adventure. Camping.

Loch Morlich, Scotland

Scotland is known for its many lochs (lakes), and Loch Morlich is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful. The lake is not far from Inverness (the capital of the Scottish Highlands) and often reminds one of an idyllic spot in

Canada or Norway. Beautiful green trees surround this freshwater lake, and you can see beautiful hill landscapes looming in the distance. If you’re the camping type and are looking for the perfect place to pitch your tent, this is it! The gently rippling water is also excellent for swimming. It would be heavenly to wake up every day with a view like this!

Eilean Donan Castle

History. Architecture. Nature.

Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland

There is no shortage of castles in Scotland. Most fortresses and castles are not that far from the cities, but Eilean Donan Castle is an exception. And that makes it one of the most beautiful sights in Scotland! After all, the grey castle

is perched on a small peninsula in the middle of a lake. Where the water is not that deep yet, you see a lot of dark stones with algae on them. Together with the fjord-like landscapes, they make this a favourite spot for many photographers. You can’t blame them. If you would like to take a look inside the castle, that is also possible, but you would have to pay.

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Visit a whiskey distillery, take a trip to the Scottish Isles, climb the highest mountains in Britain and search for the mythical Loch Ness monster. The Scottish landscape is stunning. You will see high mountain peaks, canals, lochs, rocky coasts and old castles on top of the rocks. In the major cities, you will see world-famous galleries and museums, fascinating historical monuments and all kinds of cultural events, giving you a completely different view of one of the country. Scotland is one of the UK’s most popular destinations and there’s so much to see and do.

A large number of visitors start the journey in the capital Edinburgh. Stroll along the Old Town’s Royal Mile to Edinburgh Castle. Here you can see the crown jewels used at the coronation of Mary of Guise. See Dolly the sheep, the world’s first cloned mammal, at the National Museum of Scotland. Browse the shops on Princes Street, the city’s main thoroughfare. In August you can experience the Edinburgh Festival, the largest arts festival in the world.

A visit to the Scottish islands, such as Skye, Bute and Mull, is also an absolute must. Enjoy the beaches, the villages and the local wildlife.

Do you already know which destinations in Scotland you want to fly to?

Of course, you may already know which destination you want to visit in Scotland. Fly in via Edinburgh Airport, Glasgow Airport, or Aberdeen Airport, and easily find your way to the city centre and other parts of the country. If you want more information about this destination, check the overview of destinations below. Would you like to book immediately? That’s also a possibility! Search for your desired destination in our search box, and we’ll help you find the best flights. Your cheap flight to Scotland is just a click away.

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