Begin by visiting the beautiful city of Glasgow where there is so much art and architecture to discover. Explore Trossachs National park before moving to Fort William, the second largest settlement in Highlands. Once you reach Inverness, you have easy access to Glen Coe, Ben Nevis, the Isle of Skye, and the now-famous Harry Potter railway bridge. Inverness is located on the mouth of the River Ness, with the ruins of Urquhart Castle on the edge of Loch ness dating back to the 13th century.


The final destination of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, you will find a bustling city of business, culture, art, government, and music. There are many options to keep you busy with touring Edinburgh Castle, wander the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of New and Oldtown, or perhaps pack a lunch and explore the ample hiking and outdoor opportunities. In the end, what is a trip through Scotland without a tour and tasting of one of the famous distilleries?


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