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What is the best way to tour Scotland?

Scotland is so packed with sights to see that there is truly no best way to see Scotland. It all depends on what you want to see, how you are planning on travelling, the time of year for your visit, and how long you are hoping to stay.

There are small endearing villages, cities full of history, old ruined castles, and over six thousand miles of coastline. There are so many routes that you can take in order to see Scotland's top sights.

What are the best guided tours of Scotland?

There is a huge amount of variety in Scotland when it comes to the attractions on offer for visitors. In fact, it can be so overwhelming that a guided tour can be a huge help.

If you are staying in one of Scotland's major cities, then you might want to take advantage of one of the delicious food tours.

Of course, in historic locations such as Edinburgh and Glasgow, there are history tours too. 

Perhaps you are away from the hustle and bustle and instead want a tour of the remarkable and world-famous Scottish Highlands.

What Are The Best Guided Tours Of Scotland?

How many days do you need to tour Scotland?

If you really want to see everything that Scotland has to offer, then we would recommend allowing for around eight to ten days. This should give you time to fully soak up the country's diverse scenery and history in a satisfying manner.

It will give you time to spend walking the cities while also being able to take a much slower pace and experience the much quieter island life. Don't forget there are also plenty of castles and whisky distilleries to see too, so make sure you have time for these Scotland essentials.

Which city is more beautiful in Scotland?

If you are planning to explore Scotland, then in all likelihood, you will be starting and ending your journey in either Edinburgh or Glasgow. This is where the majority of international flights arrive. 

These two cities both offer quite different perspectives on Scotland's history and culture, and you will not want to miss out on either of them. Edinburgh is Scotland's capital and is home to some of Europe's most stunning architecture. Glasgow is Scotland's biggest and most modern city. It is absolutely packed with fun activities and has fabulous nightlife.

Which City Is More Beautiful In Scotland?

Can you see the northern lights in Scotland?

Yes! The best time to see them is either in the Autumn or Winter seasons due to the long periods of darkness and the clear skies. If you are hoping to catch a glimpse of the northern lights, then your best chance will be in the northern reaches of Scotland.

Do you tip at restaurants in Scotland?

It is normal in Scotland to tip for good service when in a restaurant, bar, or cafe, especially when you are in a touristy or business area.

Tips will also be highly appreciated in hotels and serviced apartments, as well as other places where the staff might not be so well rewarded for their work. The amount that you tip will depend on where exactly you are and the kind of service you have received. As a general rule, you should be expected to tip around 10% of the bill.

What is the number one tourist attraction in Scotland?

The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh is certainly Scotland's most popular tourist attraction.

The great building is an absolute treasure trove, full of precious objects from history and ancient artefacts that you cannot see anywhere else.

Not only is this museum one of the top tourist spots in Scotland, but it is also one of the most popular attractions across the entirety of the UK.

Keep an eye on their website too, as they regularly hold interesting, fun, and sometimes weird, temporary exhibitions.

What Is The Number One Tourist Attraction In Scotland?

What is the most beautiful area of Scotland?

Scotland is one of the most magical places on the globe, completely full of beautiful locations up and down the country.

Every region has its own areas of pure magnificence, which is why would recommend trying to experience as much as possible while you are visiting. Scotland has everything from snow-topped mountains to tiny islands with sensational nature.

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If you are someone who enjoys travelling and seeing the outdoors, there is plenty for you to do in Scotland. Sightseeing is a popular activity, and with so many great locations to enjoy, you can truly make this a family trip and enjoy everything the Scottish Highlands have to offer.

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