Attractions

Castles and country houses, museums and nature reserves, film locations, free things to do and family-friendly experiences – these are just a few of the attractions waiting for you in Scotland.

Find out more about Scottish attractions at VisitScotland.com

Events and festivals

Scotland’s events calendar is bursting with wonderful reasons to get together or meet the locals, and have some fun. Highland Games, Edinburgh Festivals, Hogmanay and Burns Night are just a few. See what’s on locally and discover lively music festivals, celebrations of food & drink, ceilidhs and more.

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Tours

Joining a tour is an excellent way to explore Scotland – pick your transport, a theme or a length of time, and find your perfect break. On a guided tour you’ll benefit from the knowledge of expert guides, and on a self-guided tour you can take in the country at your own pace.

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Landscapes

Scotland is renowned for its mountains, lochs and glens, and with good reason! But there is so much more. Forests and woodlands, beaches and rugged coastlines, island scenery and rolling hills await.

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Trip Ideas

Enjoy a self-tour with these handy itineraries. Choose from a range of themes and get inspired. Explore top city sights, discover stunning castles, tour distilleries or visit iconic locations from films and TV – it’s up to you, as you set the pace.

Find out more about Scottish itineraries at VisitScotland.com

Food & drink

So you’ve heard of our haggis, whisky and salmon, but what about Scotland’s artisan gin, handmade chocolates and award-winning curries? It’s time to get stuck in and discover our fresh produce, regional delicacies and excellent range of restaurants, pubs, cafes and bars.

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Outdoor Activities

Grab your walking boots, your golf clubs or hop on a bike! There are lots of exhilarating sports to try your hand at, as well as more gentle pastimes. Sea kayak around Scotland’s beautiful coastline, climb our highest peaks or explore forests on horseback.

Find out more about outdoor activities at VisitScotland.com