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What to Do

Looking for things to do in Scotland? We provide up-to-date info on everything from must-see scenic spots to local hangouts.
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Edinburgh Castle
Nearby City

Edinburgh Castle

10
4.7/51,192 Reviews
Calton Hill
Nearby City

Calton Hill

8.2
4.6/5445 Reviews
Palace of Holyroodhouse
Nearby City

Palace of Holyroodhouse

8.1
4.6/5217 Reviews
The Scotch Whisky Experience
Nearby City

The Scotch Whisky Experience

7.1
4.3/5121 Reviews
Royal Mile
Nearby City

Royal Mile

7.8
4.6/5362 Reviews
Arthur's Seat
Nearby City

Arthur's Seat

7.5
4.6/5203 Reviews
Princes Street
Nearby City

Princes Street

7.5
4.7/5284 Reviews
The University of Edinburgh
Nearby City

The University of Edinburgh

7.5
4.6/5154 Reviews
National Museum of Scotland
Nearby City

National Museum of Scotland

7.4
4.7/5249 Reviews
Museum of Childhood
Nearby City

Museum of Childhood

5.1
4.1/549 Reviews

Where to Stay

Discover the most popular places to stay in Scotland, complete with recommendations from fellow travelers and special hotel offers.
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Yotel Edinburgh

Yotel Edinburgh

4.2/581 Reviews
Malmaison Edinburgh City

Malmaison Edinburgh City

4.2/5100 Reviews
Hilton Edinburgh Carlton

Hilton Edinburgh Carlton

3.9/5136 Reviews
Grasshopper Hotel Glasgow
Aberdeen City Centre

Aberdeen City Centre

4.2/511 Reviews
Hilton Aberdeen Teca

Hilton Aberdeen Teca

4.4/597 Reviews
Moxy Edinburgh Airport

Moxy Edinburgh Airport

4.3/5122 Reviews
Mansion House Hotel

Mansion House Hotel

4.0/569 Reviews
Albion Hotel

Albion Hotel

4.3/533 Reviews

What to Eat

Want to eat like a local? Don't miss out on these top Scotland dishes and foodie spots.
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The Cellar Door

The Cellar Door

4.2/513 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD47
"Western-style"
Harvey Nichols Forth Floor Restaurant

Harvey Nichols Forth Floor Restaurant

4.5/516 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD80
"Western-style"
"Afternoon Tea"
Colonnades at The Signet Library

Colonnades at The Signet Library

4.7/535 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD57
"Western-style"
"Afternoon Tea"
Amber Restaurant At The Scotch Whisky Experience

Amber Restaurant At The Scotch Whisky Experience

4.7/524 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD74
"Western-style"
Toby Carvery

Toby Carvery

4.5/511 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD16
"Bars/Bistros"
Toby Carvery Lauriston Farm

Toby Carvery Lauriston Farm

4.4/510 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD16
"Western-style"
The Salisbury Arms

The Salisbury Arms

4.6/514 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD46
"Bars/Bistros"
Dakhin

Dakhin

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Average price per person: AUD60
"Southeast Asian"
Chez Mal

Chez Mal

4.5/54 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD88
"Barbeque"
Tayview Hotel Restaurant

Tayview Hotel Restaurant

4.8/510 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD21
"Southeast Asian"
The Everest Nepalese & Indian Restaurant

The Everest Nepalese & Indian Restaurant

4.7/530 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD33
"Asian Cuisine"
Harvester

Harvester

4.6/511 Reviews
Average price per person: AUD16
"Western-style"
"Open Late"

Discover the Real Scotland With a Local Expert

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sunnyscotland
#SunnyScotland #HighlandHappiness #BonnieBreezes 🌞 Ah, a sunny day in Scotland! It's a truly magical experience when the sun graces this beautiful land. Let me share some of my experiences and tips to inspire fellow travelers to make the most of their sunny Scottish adventures. Don't forget to pack your sunscreen and sunglasses! 😉 1. Explore the Highlands: The Scottish Highlands are absolutely breathtaking when bathed in sunlight. Head out to places like the Cairngorms National Park, Glencoe, or the Isle of Skye. Hike along stunning trails, enjoy the scenic vistas, and immerse yourself in the untouched beauty of nature. 2. Visit Loch Lomond: #LakesideLeisure Loch Lomond, the largest freshwater loch in Scotland, is a must-visit on a sunny day. Take a leisurely boat trip, go kayaking, or simply relax on the picturesque shores. The sun reflecting off the shimmering waters creates a mesmerizing sight that you won't want to miss. 3. Enjoy Edinburgh's Charm: #HistoricHues Explore the charming streets of Edinburgh, Scotland's capital, under the sunny skies. Wander through the historic Royal Mile, visit the iconic Edinburgh Castle, and take in the panoramic views from Arthur's Seat. The city's ancient architecture and vibrant atmosphere come alive in the sunshine. 4. Discover Coastal Delights: #SeasideSplendor Scotland boasts a stunning coastline dotted with picturesque fishing villages and beautiful sandy beaches. 5. Head to places like St. Andrews, North Berwick, or the Outer Hebrides. Enjoy coastal walks, breathe in the fresh sea air, and perhaps even dip your toes in the refreshing waters if you're feeling adventurous! 6. Embrace Scottish Festivals: #FestivalFever Scotland hosts numerous vibrant festivals throughout the year. If you're lucky to be there on a sunny day, join in the celebrations! Experience the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Royal Highland Show, or the Highland Games, where you can witness traditional sports, music, dancing, and cultural displays. 7. Seek Out Secret Gardens: #BloomingParadise Discover Scotland's hidden gems by exploring its enchanting gardens. Visit places like the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh, the Inverewe Gardens in Wester Ross, or the National Trust for Scotland properties with stunning landscapes. Wander through vibrant flowers, meandering pathways, and enjoy the tranquility of nature. Remember, sunny days in Scotland are precious, so make the most of every ray of sunshine! Capture breathtaking photos, immerse yourself in the rich history and culture, and embrace the warmth and beauty that this land has to offer. Safe travels, fellow adventurers! #ScotlandSunshine #SunnySid
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tripblazers
Located at the north-east of Scotland, 121 miles from Edinburgh, lies 2 spectacular landmarks - Cullen Viaduct in Cullen and Bow Fiddle Rock in Portknockie. Cullen Viaduct consisted of several arches that looks like it’s from the Harry Potter movie (but it isn’t). It was used to be a viaduct for the Great North of Scotland Railway which was closed on 1968. As for the Bow Fiddle Rock, it’s a natural sea arch that resembled the tip of a fiddle bow. It’s a popular tourist attraction and also a nesting place for sea birds! So, if you’re doing a road trip around Scotland, you may add these onto your “to-visit” places! #tripblazers #scotland #bridge #uk #darwintravel
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celebratewithtrip
#celebratewithtrip These are my *MUST SEE* spots in the Scottish highlands Starting with the three sisters of Glencoe: The view alone is absolutely worth going there! We walked trough the area for over 3 hours and it was the most amazing thing! Fort William: It’s very close to the three sisters, so it definitely makes sense to go there afterwards. We stopped there for a little snack and coffee break and we discovered a great little café called the wildcat. Definitely a must go to cafe!! The Isle of Sky: You should consider checking out this island for at least 2-3 days! There are so many great mountains to climb and the view from up there can’t be described in words!! Isle of Arran: Very small Island, but so worth it!! I’ll definitely come back there!! Loch Ness and Inverness: Inverness is a must Stop for all Outlander Fans! and for all mystery fans - check out if you can spot Nessi! We went there by bus, but I’d definitely recommend renting a car for this whole trip, because you can see a lot more and are free to stop when- and wherever you want! bonus tip: stop at the Harry Potter bridge and watch the train pass by! #mountainview #mytripvlog #breathtaking
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passionpassport
#passionpassport visited Scotland in the autumn and I was really so impressed by the views offered by the country. the natural landscape and all is just so pretty it felt like I was at the background of my computer screen. the mountains were all really nice and hiking can be a little tedious here if you are not physically fit but still no issues if you can persevere on and take your time to hike up. the view is worth it. especially artur’s seat. i loved the view from up there. would recommend going in groups to hike as you can look out for one another and transport wise renting a car with a few drivers would be easier and more convenient.
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Harry Potter film locations in Scotland. I recommend these places to Harry Potter fan: 1. Glenfinnan Viaduct 2. Loch Shiel 3. Glencoe 4-6: Edinburgh (not exactly film location but how could you miss the birth place of Harry Potter) 7. Bonus: Alnwick Castle (close to Scotland)
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urbanexplorer
#urbanexplorer #summervacation #naturalwonders if you ever get the chance to go to United Kingdom or Europe , perhaps one place you can consider to visit would be Scotland because there are many different places for you to hike all around the country. Scotland is a really beautiful city and there’s a lot of mountains that you can climb or hike. it is more recommended to go with friends instead of elders as the hike may be a little challenging for some of them especially when it could be slippery. the view is really nice and perfect and it’s recommended to drive to the various places to hike. Eg Loch Ness , isle of skye etc
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hiking
THIS ONE’S FOR YOU POTTERHEADS! Studying in Edinburgh gave me the opportunity to spend much time in the Scottish Highlands, and the most famous Harry Potter landmark there has to be the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿✨ 👉🏼 To take pics with the train and iconic billowing smoke, do go during the summer as the train doesn’t run during winter 👈🏼 Other than the bridge, there are many beautiful places to visit in the Scottish Highlands and the drive there is so gorgeous and mesmerizing, road trips are always fun whether you’re a Potterhead or not 🤗 #hiking #scotland #uk #glenfinnanviaduct #roadtrips
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