When travelling to Scotland, you can never be too prepared. Because you have a limited time to visit the country, you want to make the most out of every waking second you have. That means you’ll need a plan. You’ll want to note which cities you want to visit, what places you want to go, and what types of experiences you want to have while in Scotland.
Take the standard male sports pub, throw in some stunning damsels in coordinated tartans and crisp white tops, add a great selection of food and beer, and the end result is the comfortable, satisfying atmosphere of Tilted Kilt pubs. Who doesn’t appreciate a hearty, cold beer delivered by an eye-popping lovely young lady in a miniature tartan? For those who don’t want to stare at the waitstaff all night (who are we to judge?) these pubs also have large screen televisions showing all the sports programming.
There is something about Scotland that appeals to people all over the world, and particularly to Americans. Scotland represents the ultimate underdog; a small country that had to fight a world power to earn its independence. Scotland is a country full of interesting customs and traditions, from its unique language to its manner of dress. The traditional Scottish kilt is known the world over as a form of dress worn by men, with nothing worn underneath, even as the men prepare to enter battle. Many movies have been made showing Scottish men in kilts. This article will list the best (and worst) of those movies.