Top Places I want you to be sure to visit when you are in Scotland

If you are traveling to Europe, be sure to invest time visiting Scotland and its rich history.   Scotland holds its place in the world for being an exotic location that attracts visitors from different regions. The amazing castles of this region are famous all over and the country has a unique charm that offers the best travel experience. You can enjoy the beaches and scenic mountains of the region and spend a secluded vacation with friends and family members. 

Edinburgh Castle

The amazing castle dates back to the thirteenth century and continues to attract visitors even to this day. It is also one of the most historic national monuments of Scotland and offers the stunning view of the city. You can get to see the Palace of Holyroodhouse along with the Princes Street from this region. The bronze statues of Robert the Bruce and William Wallace, who defeated the English, can be seen at the entrance of the castle.

Loch Lomond

The largest lake of the region is famous for salmon and whitefish and attracts many anglers from surrounding regions. You can also get to involve in water sports activities and hike the scenic mountains in the neighboring places. Tourists indulge in boat trips and trek the Ben Lomond Mountain that stands at a height of nearly 3000 feet.

Isle of Skye

This is the largest inner isles of Scotland and also known as Cloud Island. It is very popular due to the scenic view of green valleys and caves in the surrounding places. You can also get to enjoy the stunning beauty of waterfalls and sandy beaches in this beautiful island that spans over 50 miles in length. Wildlife enthusiasts come to this place to get the amazing view of seals and other species of birds.

Skara Brae

The beautiful Stone Age village of the region is situated on the island of Orkney. The surprising thing about the place is that it was covered in sand dune for many centuries and got exposed only in 1850 due to a huge storm. You can still see the stone walls in good condition and the site is older than the pyramids.

Ben Nevis

It is situated in the highlands of the region and happens to be the highest summit in Scotland. It gives a stunning view of the mountains and you can enjoy hiking and other adventure activities in this place.s