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Travel diaries: Scotland

SAMAA | - Posted: Jan 26, 2017 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Jan 26, 2017 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
Travel diaries: Scotland

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By: Filza Jawad Hai

Scotland is one of the most beautiful and diverse countries in the world. Its wildlife and scenery has inspired the visitors from across the world. This guide will help you explore the magnificence of Scotland and the interesting places you must visit.

Whether you want have fun with your friends and family and enjoy all the weather attractions, where the youngsters can chill out and grown-ups can de-stress and enjoy. Or you want to explore the culture and heritage of Scotland like the castles, gardens, stately homes, museums and galleries. Or if you want to enjoy the highland and low land coastal areas. Or you want to go out for Europe’s finest shopping. Scotland will serve in all the following ways.

Scottish people or Scots are very cultural oriented and much friendlier as compared to the rest of the Europeans. The best part about this place is that the scots are always smiling and welcoming.

Those who love to explore cultural heritage and historical places would love to visit:

Inverness:

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It is a highland capital and an essential place to enjoy and learn the story behind a famous legend. Other than that there are small Scottish towns and Heritage museums telling stories about the area’s fishing industry. Black Isle wildlife park is five minutes north of Inverness, where you can cuddle lots of animals like llama, zebra, owls and etc. it is a lovely picnic spot surrounded by various wildlife animals. Another exciting place in Inverness are the botanic gardens with interesting tropical houses, rainforest flowers and dry air of tropical cactus houses.

Orkney:

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Orkney has a treasure of prehistoric sites and awe-inspiring scenic beauty. Kirkwall has a good selection of shops for jewelry and crafts

Shetland:

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Shetland is known for its wildlife and Vikings heritage. It has ferry connections with the other islands like Aberdeen and Kirkwall.

Scotland’s surreal beauty and wildlife has fascinated the generations of the people. Visitors have come to explore this side of Europe from different parts of the world.

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