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If you are looking for great holiday ideas, why not think of a tour of Scotland. With so much history, culture, and natural beauty, Scotland makes a fantastic holiday. Whether you are looking to camp, or plan of staying in some of the most luxurious hotels in the world, Scotland has everything you need for an amazing adventure.

When many travelers think of Scotland, the first thing that comes to mind is castles and Scotland definitely has its share of them. The most famous castle would have to be Edinburgh Castle. Towering over the city of Edinburgh, this impressive fortified castle was built as a primary defense for the area, as well as a palace for Scottish royalty. Visitors cannot help but be captivated by the history and wonder within the walls of the castle. Tours function daily, and lucky couples wishing to have an amazing wedding can even tie the knot in this beautiful
location. 

The photo above shows a panoramic view of Edinburgh Castle, seated above Edinburgh.
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Second to Edinburgh castle would have to be the impressive structure known as Stirling Castle. Built on the site of an extinct volcano, Stirling Castle towers over the city for which it is named. Once home to Mary, Queen of Scots, Stirling Castle has played host to princes, kings, and even had a part in several movies. Surrounded by the charming Scottish cottages and shops in the Stirling village, Stirling Castle should be on every holiday traveller’s must-see list. With 26 castles in Scotland, there is one waiting to inspire every visitor.

If castles aren’t what stir your soul on a holiday, Scotland still has many surprises for the adventure seeker. Head to the coast and check out one of the many lochs. Great for fishing, and the occasional sea monster sighting, lochs and the villages that surround them offer visitors a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle of city life. With camping available on many shores or the option of a quaint inn or hostel for comfort, these picturesque locations are great for relaxing, rejuvenating, or just getting away with the family for a few days.

Located on the Great Glen, Loch Ness is the most internationally recognized location in all of Scotland, mostly due to its most famous resident, the Loch Ness Monster. Boating, shopping, golf, and more await the traveller near Loch Ness. With plenty of restaurants and family friendly fun, a trip to the coast is a great way to spend time together.

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If you are looking for great holiday ideas, why not think of a tour of Scotland. With so much history, culture, and natural beauty, Scotland makes a fantastic holiday. Whether you are looking to camp, or plan of staying in some of the most luxurious hotels in the world, Scotland has everything you need for an amazing adventure.

When many travelers think of Scotland, the first thing that comes to mind is castles and Scotland definitely has its share of them. The most famous castle would have to be Edinburgh Castle. Towering over the city of Edinburgh, this impressive fortified castle was built as a primary defense for the area, as well as a palace for Scottish royalty. Visitors cannot help but be captivated by the history and wonder within the walls of the castle. Tours function daily, and lucky couples wishing to have an amazing wedding can even tie the knot in this beautiful
location. 

The photo above shows a panoramic view of Edinburgh Castle, seated above Edinburgh.
Image Source: http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2690/4265264165_63cd31b7d0_m.jpg
Image Courtesy: http://www.flickr.com/photos/neil_roger/4265264165/










Second to Edinburgh castle would have to be the impressive structure known as Stirling Castle. Built on the site of an extinct volcano, Stirling Castle towers over the city for which it is named. Once home to Mary, Queen of Scots, Stirling Castle has played host to princes, kings, and even had a part in several movies. Surrounded by the charming Scottish cottages and shops in the Stirling village, Stirling Castle should be on every holiday traveller’s must-see list. With 26 castles in Scotland, there is one waiting to inspire every visitor.

If castles aren’t what stir your soul on a holiday, Scotland still has many surprises for the adventure seeker. Head to the coast and check out one of the many lochs. Great for fishing, and the occasional sea monster sighting, lochs and the villages that surround them offer visitors a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle of city life. With camping available on many shores or the option of a quaint inn or hostel for comfort, these picturesque locations are great for relaxing, rejuvenating, or just getting away with the family for a few days.

Located on the Great Glen, Loch Ness is the most internationally recognized location in all of Scotland, mostly due to its most famous resident, the Loch Ness Monster. Boating, shopping, golf, and more await the traveller near Loch Ness. With plenty of restaurants and family friendly fun, a trip to the coast is a great way to spend time together.

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