Beyond the Highlands, the rest of Scotland has so much to offer.
The successes of 2014 with the Commonwealth Games and Ryder Cup have continued to show that Scotland is the IN place to visit and offers a warmth of welcome, a variety of experiences and a quality of service that are second to none.
Contact our team for support in planning programme extension options throughout the rest of Scotland.
Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital and most iconic city, a city where old meets new and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From the majesty of the castle to the world-class restaurants this festival city is an essential stop for any programme. http://www.marketingedinburgh.org/
Glasgow is Scotland’s city of style, world-class museums, galleries and one of the UK’s best city centre shopping districts. Home to the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow has proved to the world it has what’s required and the people to make it happen. https://peoplemakeglasgow.com/
The Granite City of Aberdeen is the heart of the UK’s oil industry and this together with other industries has helped drive economic growth. A spectacular coastline, nature all around, boutique hotels and trendy bars make Aberdeen perfect for a short break. http://www.visitaberdeen.com/
Dundee was the UK’s first UNESCO City of Design and is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city that is bursting with family-friendly attractions and things to do. The £1 Billion development of the waterfront including the V&A Museum will add to the reaosn to visit. http://www.conventiondundeeandangus.co.uk/
For more on these and other areas within Scotland visit http://www.visitscotland.com/
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