Edinburgh – 40 minute drive
Scotland’s cosmopolitan capital is most famous for its world renowned festivals, legendary Hogmanay (new year’s eve) celebrations and incredible castle. It’s also a seamless blend of old and new, melding a friendly, student town feel with its unique gravitas and impressive architecture.
St Andrews – 90 minute drive
St Andrews University may be where the love story of Will and Kate began, but there’s more to why visitors flock here every year. Beaches, botanical gardens and museums draw in the crowds, as do the famous golf courses.
Top scenery to explore from Glasgow
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs – 30 minute drive
A breath-taking national park that stretches over 720 square miles, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs include mountains, glens, forest parks and the famous lochs (lakes).
Loch Ness – 3 hour drive
It’d be a shame to take in the sights of Scotland and not drop in on dear Nessie. You can see why the mythical monster has made her home here – this huge, stunning lake is contains more fresh water than all the lakes in England and Wales put together.
Ayrshire Coast – 45 minute drive
The home of the great bard, Robert Burns, is Ayrshire and Arran, which comprises countryside towns, an ancient castle, museums, stately homes and the sandy shores once landed upon by Vikings.
So, what are you waiting for? You take the high road and I’ll take the low road… come and visit Scotland.
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