If you are unsure of the itinerary to follow or of the must-sees, visit the “Places” page – the tour pages found at Evaneos-travel.com are a useful guide. Working closely with your local travel agent, all you have to do is choose. In the south of the country, the capital Edinburg...If you are unsure of the itinerary to follow or of the must-sees, visit the “Places” page – the tour pages found at Evaneos-travel.com are a useful guide. Working closely with your local travel agent, all you have to do is choose. In the south of the country, the capital Edinburgh welcomes you with its museums, its old city and its incredible castle towering above. Why not venture north towards Glasgow and Argyll – one of the country’s lesser known natural gems? Before heading even further north, don’t miss out on Hadrian’s Wall built by the eponymous Roman emperor to ward off invaders. Once you’ve finished, central and western Scotland will allow you to discover some of the specialities for which the country is notorious: rolling valleys, natural parks (Cairngorms), breath-taking coastal roads (the Applecross peninsula), whisky distilleries (Grantown on Spey) and haunted castles will make this journey unforgettable.Continue reading
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Travelling to Scotland: final tips and advice
After having read and reread the travel pages on the website, you’ll undoubtedly want to set off straight away and explore the wild and mountainous Scotland for yourself. As your local agent will have pointed out, it’s in the Highlands, in the north of the country, that this dream will become a reality. By leaving the charming city of Inverness for instance, where you won’t have forgotten to say hello to the legendary Loch Ness monster and briefly explore the surrounding mountains; allow yourself to be blown away by the magnificent landscapes of these off-the-beaten-track areas. You may come across the Highland Games if you’re lucky and observe entire clans dressed in kilts competing to the sound of bagpipes; a unique opportunity to test the legendary local hospitality! Still not satisfied? Head to the beautiful Shetland archipelago, Orkney or Isle of Skye for more adventure. In Scotland, there’s truly something for everyone!
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