Scotland is known as one of the most picturesque parts of the United Kingdom with beautiful landscapes. The friendliness of its people is second to none.
Scotland has a distinct culture with the UK, differentiated by the highland bagpipes, pipe bands, the distinctive tartans worn by the highland clans and of course its weather.
The weather in the whole of the UK is classed as coastal climate, which means the weather is mixed. The weather is part of what makes Scotland such a beautiful place in the UK to visit, with its ever changing cloud patterns and light levels on the many fresh water lochs (lakes) and magnificent rugged mountains. It really has to be seen to be believed.
Explore Scotland has detailed specialist information on Scotland
UK. Concentrating on the top tourist areas within Scotland,
providing tips from people who live in Scotland. Much of the
information is as a result of feedback from people telling us what
they want to see and how we can help them.
A great way to explore Scotland is through the network of web sites specific to this part of the UK. There are eleven Explore Scotland specific holiday brochures, that cover the following areas of Scotland; St Andrews, Glasgow, Stirling, Western Isles, Oban, Inverness, Highland Perthshire, Loch Lomond, Ayrshire and Arran, Aberdeen and Inverurie.
Based within the UK in Scotland, the dedicated teams specialising in the different areas of Scotland are continually updating the information as they travel around Scotland each year to make sure the information remains accurate and up to date.
We are keen to hear what you have to say and how we can improve what we are offering - in this case specifically the web information available to help you research your holiday in Scotland UK.