Visit Scotland’s Highlands

Scotland is one of the UK’s best places to visit with everything from bustling, vibrant cities to some of the worlds most impressive places of natural beauty.

Edinburgh and Glasgow are ideal for city breaks with some of the best shopping in Europe, cultural attractions, huge sporting arenas and a nightlife to rival anywhere in the world.

If you are looking for something a little more peaceful then the highlands and islands will be ideal for you.

If you are going to be visiting the Scottish Highlands here are some of our top picks of things to see and do while you are there.

Inverness

The city of Inverness is one of Scotland’s most beautiful cities. With everything you would expect from a city in Scotland including clubs, pubs and restaurants you will also have the stunning scenery that surrounds the city to give it that little bit extra.

There are some great cabins that come with hot tubs for you to enjoy some relaxation or you can go for something a bit more central to give you easy access to the city.

Loch Ness

Staying in Inverness we have the world famous Loch Ness just in case you fancied doing a bit of monster hunting.

You can take boat tours or visit the tourist centre to stock up on Nessie related merchandise before heading home.

Culloden Battlefield

For a bit of history why not head to the Culloden Battlefield and Visitors Centre. Culloden was the scene of the last great battle in Scotland and you can learn all about the history and how events unfolded.

There is a lot to see and do making it an interesting day out. It is worth noting that you can get family ticket which will help to reduce the cost.

Dunrobin Castle

Dunrobin Castle is an absolutely stunning piece of architecture and some of it even dates back to 1275. The gardens are well worth exploring too so if this kind of thing is for you why not give it a visit.

The Shetland Islands

Golf courses, lakes and incredible wildlife make the Shetland Islands another attractive prospect for visitors to the north of Scotland.

There are nearly 100 islands that give visitors to the Shetland islands plenty to see and do.

Exploring Scotland will throw up numerous excellent experiences for you to enjoy. No matter what kind of trip you are planning you will be able to find the perfect location, excellent accommodation and welcoming, friendly faces.

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