A historic land of mountains and stunning wilderness

Scotland is not only known for its beautiful and historic cities and towns, but also for the majestic Highlands where cities give way to sublime mountains and unspoiled landscapes. It is full of things to see and do, which can include anything from a visit to the Isle of Skye or Loch Lomond, a golfing trip in St. Andrews, to a more active pursuit like kayaking or canyoning.


A city seamlessly blending old and new

Edinburgh is a city like no other. It is steeped in history and seamlessly blends old and new, providing visitors and locals with the perfect destination to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of a diverse and vibrant city.

Edinburgh city, Scotland
Bridge reflection across the River Clyde at night, Glasgow


The world’s friendliest city

Glasgow is a unique, vibrant and very welcoming city that’s bursting with character, personality and great experiences. It doesn’t matter when you visit Glasgow because it’s full of world-class visitor attractions, unique neighbourhoods, incredible architecture, exciting places to shop, an ever-evolving food and drink scene and fantastic nightlife.

St Andrews

The Kingdom of Fife

Standing proudly on the east coast of Scotland, historic St Andrews is a jewel in the crown of Fife. The town offers panoramic views out across the North Sea and is famous for its historic university, medieval streets, gorgeous traditional buildings and, of course, its world-famous golf courses.

1st Hole at St Andrews, Scotland
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