Scotland ranks highly on the list of travel destinations in the UK not just because it is a small country, but also because of the fascinating sites and great sightseeing locations you can find there. If you are planning a trip to Scotland after the global health crisis, here are some of the places to visit:
Glasgow is a very safe place for tourists. From the last few decades, it has transformed itself as a major European cultural centre with its art galleries, museums, and festivals. Explore the city on foot and discover great parks with friendly locals. You will want to visit the famous Glasgow cathedral and Glasgow School of Art while there.
This Scotland capital city is a sight to behold. The city offers a unique blend of shopping, engaging historical and cultural attractions and beautiful architecture to all travellers. Much of the town was built in the 18th century. The place is rich in architectural splendour as you wander in elegant streets set against the dramatic silhouette of Edinburgh Castle and the medieval turrets and spires of the Old Town. At Grassmarket, you will find elegant pedestrian-friendly public square, which is the home for known shops, cafes and galleries in the city.
Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle are the best places to see when you visit the magnificent Scottish Highlands. From the gorgeous Inverness to John O’Groats in the north, the place is truly fascinating. The lovely environment sets a perfect place for a romantic getaway.