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A warm Scottish welcome awaits you. Scotland’s main cities Edinburgh and Glasgow are vibrant with both colour and culture, hosting some of the world’s largest music, art, film, and literature festivals. Both cities are the ideal destination for a city break and abundance of castles, galleries, and museums to go visit. 

Edinburgh promises fun for the whole family. Gaze upon the Crown Jewels at Edinburgh Castle and learn all about Scotland's turbulent past or work up a sweat ascending Arthur's Seat for epic views of the city. For lunch, you could try an artisan pie at the Stockbridge Market or opt for fish and chips on the beach at Portobello. Then spend your afternoon shopping, or simply exploring the labyrinth of cobbled streets that make up this beautiful city.

Glasgow's bursting with delicious gastropubs, quirky music venues, and fascinating architecture. Grab a pint of Tennent's directly from the source or lose a couple of hours exploring the Kelvin Grove Art Gallery & Museum. End your day delighting your taste buds with dinner at one of the many award-winning restaurants and follow it up with some live music or a comedy show.

Beyond the city, there is plenty of beautiful countrysides to explore. You could climb Conic Hill in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, which is only a couple of hours outside of Glasgow. A short drive out of Edinburgh takes you to the rolling fields and gentle hills of the Scottish Borders that inspired Sir Walter Scott. Travel a little bit further and you'll see the impressive cliffs and bays that makeup Scotland's east coast, or head west and fall in love with lush forests, coastal villages, and comely castles.

It’s no secret that Scotland is known as the "Home of Golf". There are over 550 courses to play across the country, with many being internationally acclaimed. Don't miss St Andrew's iconic Old Course or the prestigious courses at Carnoustie and Gleneagles.

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