Edinburgh Castle

The city's oldest structure, Edinburgh Castle, is perched high atop a rugged volcanic rock not far from the city's heart.

Loch Ness

It rose to fame as a result of the Nessie, or Loch Ness monster, folklore. Loch Ness has more water than the total of all the lakes in Wales and England.

Arthur's Seat

Arthur's Seat is an old volcano. It is the highest point among the series of hills that make up much of Holyrood Park in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Fort George

Following the Battle of Culloden, Fort George was built on 42 acres and consists of military barracks, artillery batteries, ammunition storage, a church, a bakehouse, and a brewhouse.

Ben Nevis

The tallest mountain in the UK is called Ben Nevis. The magnificent behemoth, which overlooks multiple lakes, dominates the skyline in the western part of the Grampian Mountains.

Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye is renowned for its untamed terrain, historic castles, charming fishing towns, and breathtaking views.


The largest city in the nation is Glasgow. Glasgow is home to important cultural institutions including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Burrell Collection.

Glamis Castle

The Bowes Lyon Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne lived for centuries in Scotland's Glamis Castle, an elegant, picturesque, and reportedly haunted castle.

Royal Mile

Take a stroll down the Royal Mile, a collection of streets that serves as the primary street of Edinburgh's Old Town, the city's oldest neighbourhood.