Welcome back! This post is all about the beautiful Scotland. Home of one of my personal favourite animals the highland cow. But of course there’s so much more to love about Scotland.
The Scottish capital is home to Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace and Arthur’s seat. The city itself is in the shadow of Edinburgh castle quite literally. The castle is several hundred metres above the ground and welcomes roughly 1.7 million visitors a year. The castle is well restored and has many exhibits that show case the brutal history of the city. Arthur’s seat is another landmark is Edinburgh it is a small mountain that ascends over the city and gives a great view. It is a relatively easy hike to the top perfect for first timers!
Inverness and The Highlands
Inverness is the ideal place to stay to explore The Great Scottish Highlands, as it is close enough that you can easily go out and explore on day trips and modern enough you can still enjoy small luxuries such as bubble baths and breakfast buffets. Some day trip ideas may include – Fort Augustus, Fort William, Foyer Falls, Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle and Culloden battlefield. It is a central point to a lot of great landmarks and exciting adventures.
Keep smiling! – Sophie
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