Regions

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Pitlochry

Pitlochry is the centre of one of the most scenic and attractive parts of Scotland. It is a popular holiday destination, a great base from which to explore Highland Perthshire and in fact large areas of Scotland, on account of it being at the geographic centre of Scotland. This web site will help you get the most out of your holiday in Pitlochry Scotland. Pitlochry is essentially a Victorian town, reflected by much of its architecture, much photographed by the tourists. READ MORE

Web: http://www.pitlochry-scotland.co.uk/
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Explore Ayrshire and Arran

The Ayrshire Coastal Towns are located on the shores of the Firth of Clyde set within some of Scotland's most green and fertile landscapes. Ayrshire is probably best known for Rabbie (Robert) Burns, Scotland's National Bard, who is celebrated at the end of January, across Scotland and the World with Burns Suppers. Ayrshire is where he spent much of his life and has many places you can see to celebrate this wonderful man. READ MORE

Web: http://www.exploreayrshire-arran.com/
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Explore Edinburgh

Edinburgh is truly one of the most captivating cities in Europe a must for all visitors either as a weekend break or as part of a tour of Scotland. Edinburgh is a historic, diverse and cosmopolitan city, from National galleries and Museums to fabulous restaurants and nightlife Edinburgh has it all. Edinburgh’s dramatic skyline is dominated by Edinburgh Castle home of the Scottish crown jewels and host to the world famous annual military Tattoo. From Edinburgh Castle the Royal mile leads down through the medieval Old Town with its tightly packed tenements and closes to The Palace of Holyrood House and the award winning new Scottish parliament building. READ MORE

Web: http://www.explore-edinburgh.co.uk/
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Explore Glasgow

Glorious grand buildings protrude from the pavements, surrounded by funky, fancy facades that house literally hundreds of restaurants, wine bars, clubs, cafes and boutique style shops, dotted throughout the city. Glasgow boasts art galleries, museums, parks and riverside entertainment complexes and offers something for absolutely everyone. We havea wealth of information for those planning a visit to Glasgow we also have a search tool to help you find hotels in Glasgow. READ MORE

Email: alan@explorescotland.net
Web: http://www.explore-glasgow.com/
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Explore Dumfries and Galloway

Dumfries and Galloway is around 130 miles wide, from Stranraer to Gretna and 75 miles between Glasgow and Dumfries. The area is vast, but a hikers dream due to the many miles of rolling countryside with its riverside walks, hidden coastal caves and many places to just stop, and gaze in awe at the fantastic scenery. READ MORE

Email: alan@explorescotland.net
Web: http://www.explore-dumfries-galloway.com/
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Explore Oban

Oban on the west coast of Scotland, is probabaly the most under sold destination in Scotland. It is truly fabulous, being on the coast with a whole host of Islands lying off shore, just makes it truelly magical. READ MORE

Email: helen@explorescotland.net
Web: http://www.explore-oban.com/
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Explore Inverness

Inverness Scotland is known as the 'Highland Capital', it is a short distance from the world famous Loch Ness and its monster which attracts thousands of people all year round, monster spotting. Inverness city centre retains its character as a market town, whilst offering visitors a superb base in the north of Scotland to visit the many attractions from Loch Ness to the west, the Black Isle to the north and Culloden Moor where the last battle on British soil was fought in 1746, to the east. It has a vibrant city centre with great restaurants and fabulous shoppingopportunities. READ MORE

Web: http://www.explore-inverness.com/
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Explore Aberdeen and Inverurie

There is so much to see and do in Aberdeen and the small town of Inverurie, just 17 miles from Aberdeen City Centre. We chose to feature Inverurie as we discovered it to be a lovely town, with great shops and restaurants, easy access to both Aberdeen and Inverness and at the gateway to  Scotland's most scenic Castle Trail and Distillery Trail. READ MORE

Email: alan@explorescotland.net
Web: http://www.explore-aberdeen.com/
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Explore Stirling

Stirling has always been one of the most important cities in Scotland, during the medieval ages it was known as "the key to the Kingdom" who ever held Stirling controlled the Kingdom of Scotland. READ MORE

Web: http://www.explore-stirling.com/
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Explore St. Andrews

St Andrews is one of Scotland's most historic towns. World famous for golf and its University, it could also be described as the town which gave Scotland its patron Saint, St Andrew. St Andrews is a treasure trove for visitors looking for authentic Scottish history. From the ruins of the Culdee Church of St Mary on the Rock, to places where martyrs were burned, all identified by plaques on ancient walls around the town, telling each location's story, the town opens the door to Scotland's murky and most fascinating history. READ MORE

Web: http://www.explore-st-andrews.com/
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Explore Western Isles

The Outer Hebrides or Western Isles, as they are alternatively known, are situated on the extreme North West of Scotland. The Hebrides are known as the "long island" as they stretch for over a 100 miles. The islands are steeped in history and culture, ranging back thousands of years. READ MORE

Email: alan@explorescotland.net
Web: http://www.explore-western-isles.com