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Scotland Travelers

With majestic scenery that leaves any traveler awe-struck, Scotland has everything it takes to be a perfect travel destination. With a contrasting combination of modern and ancient,proud and still modest characteristics, it is one of the most sought-after travel destinations.

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Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh castle is one of the most visited tourist attraction of Scotland. It is famous for it's cultural and other activities.

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Portobello Beach

Portobello Beach

This exotic beach is located three miles to the east of the city main center of Edinburgh. It is located along the coast.

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Blair Drummond Safari Park

Blair Drummond Safari Park

If you enjoy animals and wide open spaces then this is the place meant for you. The only thing you need is good company and half decent weather.

Edinburgh

Throughout the year, Edinburgh hosts twelve world famous festivals, starting from early August each year. People from all around the world come together in celebration of the arts and culture. International Festival During the summer month of August, enjoy the International Festival that lasts three weeks.

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Mackays Agency

Mackays Agency

Mackay's agency is providing self-catering cottages services in Scotland since 1970 - from simple Scottish cottages to grand country houses. They offer a wide selection of cottages in Scotland which are simply relaxing in nature.

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Holyrood palace

Holyrood palace

The Palace of holyroodhouse, commonly referred to as Holyrood Palace, is the official residence of the Monarch of the United Kingdom of Scotland

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Scotland!

Scotland!
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Touring Scotland by caravan - Top tips

Here are some points to think about if you are about to make your first trip north of the border for a caravan holiday: the weather. Yes, an old comic routine subject but the fact of the matter is that the weather in Scotland is never reliable - not even in summer.