Scotland – Vacation in Paradise

My oh, my! There are over one thousand and one ways to experience an overwhelming vacation in Scotland, and we don’t even know where to begin. Is it the train rides through the magnificent landscapes? Sightseeing the castles? Spending an afternoon in a museum or a gallery? Munro bagging? and discovering the secrets to whiskey distillation? We could go on and on with things you can do, but then we understand you have to pack your bags for the vacation or maybe relax before the trip.

Scottish Attractions

We won’t want to boast, but if we are talking places to visit; Scotland has so many mighty options, and you might even want to experience all these places.

Deep Sea World: come up close with one of the places with the largest collection of sharks at the world’s largest underwater tunnels at Deep Sea World which is Scotland’s National Aquarium. This is a home to hundreds of captivating underwater creatures like seahorses, stingrays, seals and giant sand tiger sharks.

Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park: you can visit one of the top attractions in Scotland for an amazing family day out. You can come here to see giraffes, elephant, lions, tigers and you can take a boat ride down to Chimp Island if you want.

National War Museum: within the four corners of Edinburgh Castle, you’ll discover the impact war had in the history of Scotland as well as her reputation abroad. You can relive the moments of the dark days of the WW by witnessing it personally.

In addition to these, you can also visit the Riverside Museum, Arbroath Abbey, Stirling Castle, The Helix, National Museum of Scotland and so much more!

 

 

FESTIVALS AND EVENTS

When Scots are not busy dancing to the exciting music and drums or sampling delicious cuisines, then they are celebrating their culture and heritage, participating in adrenaline-pumping sports or wearing elaborate costumes while dancing around the streets. Some of the events and festivals include- Highland games, Hogmanay and New Year, Edinburgh summer festivals and music festivals.

 

 

SCOTTISH FOOD AND DRINKS

Have you ever heard Scotland is the number one country with the best food in the world? If, you haven’t, then remember you heard it here first, and you can thank us later when you get back from your vacation. Let’s start from the Aberdeen Angus beef, Arbroath Smokies, Stornoway Black Pudding, shellfish and Shetland salmon to Scottish ales, whiskey, scones, haggies, not to forget the popular shortbread. If you are foodie, welcome to paradise!

 

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