Travel articles about Scotland

Dawyck Castle and Botanic Gardens, Scotland
In addition to the castle building itself, the surrounding area offers a plethora of sights to behold. The castle and the surrounding grounds area are operated as Dawyck Botanic Gardens and is a historical site.

The Cliffs on Staffa, Hebrides
Scotland is known for its beautiful, awe-inspiring sights and the Cliffs on Staffa at the Hebrides are no different.

The Callanish Stones, Isle of Lewis
The Callanish Stones are some of the most extraordinary stone circles in existence, and a must see if you're in the Outer Hebrides

Alloa Tower, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
The Alloa tower is a very well kept Keep dating back to the early fourteenth century and the Erskines family.

The Great Glen Way in Scotland
The Great Glen Way in Scotland is a national long distance walking route between Fort William and the city of Inverness. For most of the way, the route follows the the Caledonian Canal, which connects the east coast of Scotland at Inverness with the west coast at Fort William, a distance of seventy-three miles or one hundred eighteen kilometers.

Electric Brae - Gravity Hill, South Ayrshire, Scotland
The Electric Brae, Ayrshire, in Scotland is one of the gravity hills that are located in different places across the world. Gravity hills are are part of a recurring optical illusion in which a slight decline on the hill will look like it is at an incline.

The Falkirk Wheel, Scotland
Located near the town of Falkirk in Scotland and sitting on the connection of Forth and Clyde Canal, the Falkirk Wheel is a marvel of technology and architecture.

Loch Ness, Scotland
Loch Ness in Scotland is famously known for the Loch Ness Monster affectionately called 'Nessie'.

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