17.04.2013, Author: highlander
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.
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11.04.2013, Author: highlander
You can’t travel Scotland sitting in your hotel room. You have to get out and move. There’s a lot to visit in Scotland; eight major cities, 790 islands, attractions such as the Highlands, the Hebrides, the Isle of Skye, Perthshire, Orney, Shetland and Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the United Kingdom. Transporting Scotland means moving from place to place. There are four major means of travel.
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13.08.2012, Author: highlander
Scotland is one of the best places in Europe for either a quiet or for an adventurous holiday. It is famous for its whisky and kilts, but it has a lot more to offer. The spectacular scenery, rolling hills and crystal lakes create an atmosphere of restful relaxation with strolls through the stunning scenery, golf and fishing. Scotland is also a place with thousands of years of fascinating history with the castles and ruins to prove it. For singles or couples looking for a glittering night life, Scotland has trendy clubs and live music in Glasgow and Edinburg and other cities.
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31.05.2012, Author: highlander
If you’re visiting Scotland, there are many things you must keep in mind. Scotland has a rich and strong culture, and its people are fiercely proud of it. It has a full tradition of festivals, art, and literature, and has produced some of the greatest writers and actors in history. Scotland has also produced some of the greatest scientists in the world, including the inventors of penicillin and television, as well as the creators of Dolly, the first cloned sheep in the world. Scotland is famous for kilts, bagpipes, Scotch whisky, haggis, porridge, shortbread, Aberdeen Angus beef, and the deep-fried Mars bar. That’s not what you have to remember, though…
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26.03.2011, Author: highlander
When one thinks „Scotland”, one thinks „whisky” as well – there’s no doubt about it! This amber liquid is strictly connected with Scots. Its tart taste makes impression like whisky is a real man’s drink. Well, without difficulties we could find also women charmed by its flavour. Why not take a tour and get to know Scotland’s best distilleries?
Let’s start our journey from the Highlands. It is there where most distilleries can be found. Homeland to courageous highlanders known from “Braveheart” this region is also the place where best scotch whisky is made. For example, if you’re staying in Glasgow only 15 miles separate you from Glengoyne Distillery. Production of whisky started here over 200 years ago. To the north you can find Dewar’s World of Whisky and Distillery at Aberfeldy. Czytaj całość »