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Scotland is a traveler's paradise: a country endowed with impressive physical grandeur and rich culture. Scotland is world-famous for the raw, from the heights of the mountain to the deep, shimmering lochs. The country is divided into lowland and the boundary between the more pastoral lowlands (which still includes the beautiful and sometimes-South isolated plateau) and the glorious Highlands plateau characterized by large-errors-and also includes almost 800 islands.

The majesty of the physical landscape of Scotland reflects the complex depths of human history. Of Pleistocene hunter-gatherers to a now-vanished Picts, cultural heritage stretches back thousands of years, and grasslands retain some physical evidence that heritage. One of the most famous landmarks in the country is Hadrian's Wall, a vast stone fortress built by the Romans to mark their advance north to Britannia. Many of the walls are still standing, and walkers can track distance in miles from the countryside and the cities.

As elsewhere in Europe, Scotland offers a prime opportunity to immerse themselves in the history-walking Hadrian's wall, for example-and then set firmly in the context of life, modern heartbeat important.


Scotland continued to maintain proud legacy of its own distinct culture in the UK. There are, of course, the famous patterned tartan kilts and bagpipes cries, long-symbolic state. It went well with the background of the famous Highland games: great music and sports festival, famous for living, healthy competition from CABER toss and put the stone. There is also a state of love for the written word; Some indigenous children are as celebrated as the poet Robert Burns, whose verse was bandied about freely.

One aspect of the country is certainly old style Gaelic and Celtic tradition and the wild beauty of the countryside inland, but Scotland as much about the vitality of the cosmopolitan bustle of the economy: The cities of Edinburgh (the capital) and Glasgow (largest) is rich in history, art, and architecture, not to mention a very important center for finance, trade, and tourism.

Scotland is, naturally, a source of Scotch whiskey, the smoky taste of the chocolate indelibly associated with cliffs, moors and valleys of the countryside.


Scotland ranks as one of the main destinations for tourism and travel wilderness in Western Europe; rough terrain scale unmatched anywhere else in the UK. Scottish Lowlands host to many residents of the country, while the famous Highlands has many lonely, windswept achieve jaw-dropping scenery. Scottish highest point of 4409-foot Ben Nevis in Hume-Cairngorms range-also the highest peak in the whole of the British Isles. Ben Nevis serves as the endpoint for one of Europe's great walking treks: the West Highland Way, hike 95 miles in the middle of some of the most striking scenery Scotland has to offer.

Scotland face a barren lot is the result of an anthropocentric wood-cutting and agriculture; only small remnants of the Caledonian forest, pine forest that once cloaked the plateau, as well as virgin oak forest in the lowlands, anyway

While many of Scotland’s large mammals have long since died out in the face of human progress and hunting, the country is still a fine place to see rare creatures like the golden eagle, the white-tailed sea eagle, the pine marten, and the capercaillie. Offshore, its rich, cold marine waters support beasts like the orca, the basking shark, and the grey seal. In the Highlands, you have a good chance of spotting one of the country’s iconic creatures, the red deer; the sight of a big-antlered snag on high moorland is unforgettable.

Weather and Climate 

Scotland is notorious for its tempestuous weather, and it’s true that driving rain, frigid damp, and, depending on the location, blowing snow define the atmospheric conditions much of the year. However, the country is actually notably milder than its latitude would otherwise suggest; partly courtesy of the North Atlantic Current, which transfers warm waters of the Gulf Stream to the vicinity of the British Isles and Scandinavia, Scotland is balmier than, say, northeastern Canada, across the pond.

Nonetheless, travelers should be prepared for rain nearly anytime in many corners of the country. Anyone trekking into the Highlands should carry extra warm clothing and know how to find their way in mist and rain; winter hikers scaling high-country summits often tote an ice axe.

Scotland map

Post contributed by Kari Holton, on behalf of Deals.org.uk

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