Tips for traveling to Scotland
Scotland their lands are part of the most beautiful scenery in Europe. It is one of the most attractive to vacation sites including the opportunity to learn English in one of its attractive cities (Edinburgh, Glasgow Scottish lands extend from the Orkney (Orkney Islands), the Hebrides and the Shetland Islands. The Scottish habits and personality of Scots is a benefit. Beyond Kilt (Kilt), whiskey, or the vaccine race of the highlands. Scotland is an ideal place to enjoy nature, visit castles, being on vacation place a long time, and learn English. However, if you’re in the UK and want to do a quick tour this is our proposal:
The castles of Scotland
Castles and gardens are one of the highlights of the Scottish Highlands. We have selected the best gardens and castles of Scotland:
A “Scotch” whiskey and plenty of it, not for nothing is the most famous whiskey in the world. It is one of the national emblems. ‘Blend’ combination of several whiskeys or malt whiskeys. Each distillery produces single malt and there are four different regions in Scotland in terms of whiskeys. A tour of the Scotch whiskey could be as follows: Next to Edinburgh Castle (and located in the center of the Scotch Whisky Heritage Center is the Amber Restaurant. In this restaurant, you can be traveling to Scotland cuisine with an extraordinary selection of malt whiskeys.
Orkney Islands along the Hebrides and the Shetlands are three sites of interest. We will focus on the Orkney Islands, an archipelago of some 70 islands of which a dozen are inhabited, located opposite the north coast of Scotland. Some of uninhabited islands are protected as natural areas , being nesting place for species like the Arctic tern, sea birds and raptors. A quick traveling to Scotland and this heritage should include:
As for dishes, shares some of the English cuisine, although it has many own recipes and distinctive attributes. Notably the Haggis a Scottish flavored intensely flavored dish made based on lamb or sheep offal (stomach, liver, lung and heart) mixed with chopped onions, spices etc. This dish is eaten in the Burns dinner every January 25th where the Scottish national poet ” Robert Burns commemorates.