The Best Things To Do In Scotland

Millions of people visit Scotland from overseas each year. Many visitors know they want to visit Scotland but don’t know where to start.

There are so many wonderful things to do in Scotland that we have categorised them by location. Feel free to browse around!




Scotland is proud to call this iconic city the nation’s capital. World-class hotels, international events and superb tourist attractions are easy to find in Edinburgh, which has an international airport. The Royal Mile is quite possibly the greatest 1-mile stretch of road you’ll find anywhere in the world. All things considered, a trip to Scotland is never really complete unless you have visited Edinburgh




In addition to having an incredible cultural heritage and colourful past, Scotland’s largest city boasts the UK’s most popular art museum, stunning architecture, lively nightlife and some of the country’s best shopping venues. Glasgow has its own international airport and is less than 1 hour from Edinburgh using the trains which run every 15 minutes. As you would expect, Glasgow has a wide variety of hotels to suit every budget.


The Highlands

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Words and pictures simply don’t do justice to the vastness and beauty of the Scottish Highlands. Often referred to as Europe’s last great wilderness, the Highlands is home to the stunning and dramatic scenery of The Great Glen, The Cairngorms, Ben Nevis and many other landscapes which feature in Holywood films. Though it is something of a spiritual journey for outdoor enthusiasts the world over, the Highlands also has its fair share of things to do on a rainy day.


St Andrew’s

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St Andrew’s is undoubtedly one of the most handsome and charming places in the country. It is a truly international town which punches well above its weight: the “Home of Golf” is also home to one of the top 5 universities in the UK. Located on the East coast of Scotland, just 90 minutes drive from Edinburgh, St Andrew’s is one of the sunniest parts of the country. The cathedral, the castle and the British Golf Museum are sure to make your visit a memorable one.