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A quick guide to Scotland

Scotland is one of those countries that once you go, you can’t quite get it out of your head. The country offers many destinations for everyone to enjoy, from breath-taking landscapes to a vibrant city nightlife, activities are not only endless, they ar also incredibly fun. In today’s travel issue we are giving you our top five Scotland recommendations for when the pandemic is over, I guarantee you will be left wanting more.


Disclaimer: if you are planning on going during the COVID-19 pandemic, please check the country’s travel restrictions.


1.Edinburgh

No list of Scotland would be complete without Edinburgh. This city is perfect for a short weekend trip when your time is limited, and the fact is, if you only have time to visit one place in Scotland, well, this is your place to go. The capital boasts beautiful organic medieval architecture in Old Town and contemporary architecture in New Town, making it a perfect tourist destination. While you´re there, you don’t want to miss the majestic Edinburgh Castle, a fortress that stands atop the entire city. If you’re a history geek, this is the spot for you. If you enjoy hanging around in nature, then you can´t miss going on a hike to Arthur’s Seat. This volcano sits 251m above sea level and offers 360-degree views of the entire city, perfect for an Instagram picture. If you’re more of an indoor cat, this city has many museums and delicious pubs for you to eat like a real Scott. Don’t forget to visit the iconic Scott Monument and if you can spare it, take advantage of the free walking tours where you can learn all about the town’s past and the spooky secrets it hides. And let me tell you, some of them are pretty ghostly and mysterious.


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