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Loch Lomond

4.5 star rating: Recommended 70 Reviews

Who doesn't burst into song when they hear the words 'Loch Lomond'! A must-do day trip destination from Glasgow, this beautiful lake is perhaps only beaten in ...  Read more

Rosslyn Chapel

4.5 star rating: Recommended 50 Reviews

Just outside the village of Roslin near Edinburgh, Rosslyn Chapel was made world famous by Dan Brown’s best-selling 2003 novel The Da Vinci Code, but it has ...  Read more

Scott Monument

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

An imposing gothic tower dedicated to celebrated Scottish poet Sir Walter Scott, the awe-inspiring Scott Monument dominates the skyline of Edinburgh’s New ...  Read more

Loch Ness

4.5 star rating: Recommended 233 Reviews

Yes, it's Scotland's deepest loch. And yes, it has its own brooding Highland charm. But without the fable-or-fiction mystique of the Loch Ness monster, this ...  Read more

Isle of Islay

4.5 star rating: Recommended 53 Reviews

Known as the Queen of the Hebrides, Islay is Scotland’s fifth-largest island and lies off the country’s west coast in the Inner Hebrides. Avid birdwatchers ...  Read more

Edinburgh Zoo

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 44 Reviews

Head to the outskirts of Edinburgh to spend a day perusing the Edinburgh Zoo; with over 1,000 animals to meet, it’s going to take you at least that long. The ...  Read more

Canongate

The historic street of Canongate makes up the eastern section of the Royal Mile, leading up to the grounds of Holywood Palace and is home to many of the key ...  Read more

Edinburgh Cruise Port

Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and a proudly historic city of kings and queens, kilts and military tattoos (of the musical kind). Rising darkly proud ...  Read more

Edinburgh World Heritage Trust

Responsible for protecting, maintaining and promoting Edinburgh’s Old and New town UNESCO world Heritage sites, the Edinburgh World Heritage Trust (EWHT) is ...  Read more

Georgian House

With its elegant façade standing proud over Edinburgh’s New Town, the aptly named Georgian House is just that – a magnificent late-18th century Georgian ...  Read more

Greyfriars Church

Opened for worship on Christmas Day 1620, Greyfriars Kirk is best-known as the home of Greyfriars Bobby, the loyal dog who became famous in 19th-century ...  Read more

John Knox House Museum

Reputedly the last residence of Scottish clergyman and author John Knox, the 15th-century John Knox House is one of Edinburgh’s oldest preserved buildings, now ...  Read more

Lauriston Castle

From its exquisite gardens and 16th-century tower overlooking the rugged Firth of Forth coast, to its remarkably preserved Edwardian décor, Lauriston ...  Read more

National Gallery of Scotland

The building of the National Gallery of Scotland is imposing enough – a neoclassical behemoth sprawling on the Mound – but what's inside is the real treat. ...  Read more

National Museum of Scotland

After undergoing an extensive makeover in 2011, the National Museum of Scotland now boasts 16 additional galleries and thousands of never-seen-before ...  Read more

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