The home of haggis & whisky is somewhere you'll want to revisit time and again.

Where cities captivate and nature inspires.


Where landscapes are sculpted by history.


Where the only limit is your imagination.


Scotland –

Ignite your curiosity

Deafening tranquillity. Unbounded beauty. In Scotland the possibilities are endless.

Cities mesmerise. Cities like Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen. Each bursting with history, culture and tartan.

Immerse yourself in culture at our traditional Scottish evenings. Warm your soul with our whisky distillery tours. Scotland is yours to discover.

Bagpipes, kilts, castles. Scotland is iconic.

Conquer epic summits and uncover prehistoric monsters in the Scottish Highlands. Embrace nature and explore breath-taking wilderness in the Archipelagos. Scotland will leave you speechless.

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Practical information

This information can be useful when traveling to this beautiful country


Scotland experiences a moderate but very changeable climate, which varies greatly depending on where you are. Scotland’s high latitude results in long summer days, with temperatures averaging 16°C in July. January temperatures are usually around 3°C, but this can fluctuate hugely from region to region.

Public Transport

Scotland offers convenient public transportation within its major cities. Although Edinburgh is served by buses, trams and taxis, the majority of Edinburgh’s attractions are clustered in the centre, making it ideal to visit by foot. Glasgow benefits from a subway among other services.


Cafes and hotels with wireless Internet can be found throughout Scotland’s major cities.


The Pound Sterling is the official currency of the United Kingdom, though Scottish banks print their own versions. However, English notes are accepted everywhere in Scotland. Euros are not accepted.


Scotland is renowned for its unique craftsmanship and iconic design, and there’s a brilliant selection of independent and trendy boutiques in Scotland’s town and city centres. Glasgow’s ‘style mile’ is particularly impressive, boasting chic stores catering for all tastes and budgets. Edinburgh Woollen Mill is the place to go if you require knitwear, cashmere or Tartan.

Medical Information

If you become ill while visiting Scotland, you are eligible for free emergency treatment in the Accident and Emergency departments found at NHS hospitals across the country.


Did you Know?

This information can be useful when traveling to Scotland

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  • Scotland is bursting with an estimated 3,000 castles! Edinburgh Castle is perhaps its most famous, overlooking the Scottish capital from castle rock.
  • Scotch Whisky is the national drink of Scotland, translating as ‘water of life’ in Gaelic. Scotch whisky can only be named as such if it’s aged in Scotland for a minimum of 3 years!
  • Scotland is the home of golf, with records of the sport being played as early as the 15th century. There are over 550 golf courses in Scotland today, including some of the greatest in the world.
  • Loch Ness contains more water than all the lakes of England and Wales combined. Perfect for any large creatures lurking beneath the surface!
  • Located in the Scottish Highlands, Ben Nevis is the tallest mountain in the British Isles! Standing at 1,345 metres above sea level, approximately 150,000 ascents are made each year!
  • Kilts and Tartan have become a national symbol of Scotland. First mentioned in 1538, both originated in the Scottish Highlands.
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