A holiday in Scotland means visiting famous historical castles, traditional Highland Games and beautiful lochs. Discover the setting of famous films, the place for stylish shopping and the perfect location for great events. Plan your holiday in Scotland with a budget accommodation, travel advice and a wide range of activities at the following travel agents.
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Airline Tickets – Are you looking for tickets for your business trip or holiday to Scotland? Check out our airline tickets page. There you will certainly find inexpensive tickets to Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow with aviation organizations such as British Airways, EasyJet, Flybe and KLM. Other means of transportation to travel to Scotland are by car, boat, bus, ferry and train.
City Break Edinburgh – The Edinburgh skyline is dominated by the Edinburgh Castle atop one of the hills of the city. At its foot lies a sloping green park for a picnic or a game of football. The historical buildings, the cobbled streets and alleyways, it gives the city a little Harry Potter-ish look. The city has a multitude of trendy cocktail bars, restaurants and shopping centers.
The city hosts the largest annual theater festival in the world, Fringe Festival, and during the three day Hogmanay, people hit the streets to mark the New Year. Edinburgh is as much a city for culture lovers, as for hipsters and fans of tradition and – of course – good whiskey. Visit our city breaks page for more information and travel agencies for a city break to Edinburgh. Other interesting cities and towns in Scotland are Aberdeen and Glasgow.
Coach Holiday – Scotland is in the north of the United Kingdom and is easily accessible by bus. While Scotland’s known for its bagpipes, kilts and whiskey distilleries, there is a lot more to do here. The country has a very diverse landscape with forests, deep lochs and the famed Scottish Highlands. You will find old towns, historic castles and beautiful cities like Glasgow and Aberdeen. One of the highlights of a visit to Scotland’s is the capital, historic Edinburgh.
Holiday Tours – Scotland has many tourist attractions such as picturesque castles and manor houses, fascinating museums, beautiful parks and more. Visit the beautiful highlands, valleys and lochs. Perhaps you can even spot the famous Loch Ness monster, Nessie! Enjoy delicious food and drinks in bars and restaurants, look behind the scenes in a whiskey distillery or plan a nice day out with the family to one of the many free attractions. Let your adventurous side run wild with exciting activities. Spot wildlife and birds during a quiet walk or bike along one of the national routes.