Scotland

Scotland is a wild and untamed country stretching from rolling farmlands in the South and East to the dramatic highlands and islands in the West, where the craggy coastline is pocketed with beautiful beaches and rises up to rugged, empty mountains divided only by shimmering lochs and deep rivers. This ancient land has a brutal history and is studded with ancient castles and strongholds.

Although part of the United Kingdom, the Scots are a fiercely independent and proud nation. We are based just across the border, so for a part of us, Scotland feels like home. Our contacts and knowledge are rarely surpassed for Scottish Sport, throw in a few days to fill up with Scotland's best attractions and you will be in for a treat.

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is an excellent destination suitable for all ages. Oozing with Culture and Tradition, the Bustling city is a hive of attraction all hours of the day. The Sporting Passion comes from strong local pride to create a plethora of touring plus points.

Value for money 5 out of 5
Night Life 5 out of 5
Sport 4 out of 5
Recreation 5 out of 5
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Oban

An essential destination of any long visit to Scotland. Choose between a remote Scottish Castle or a charming coastal town. After that, it is fun and action all the way. A magnificently beautiful area full of charm and story.

Value for money 5 out of 5
Night Life 3 out of 5
Sport 4 out of 5
Recreation 5 out of 5
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Glasgow

Glasgow has changed. Once an industrial hub, the city is renowned for style and fun. Superb for shopping and equally good for nightlife, the city offers stark contrast to the more traditional city of Edinburgh.

Value for money 4 out of 5
Night Life 4 out of 5
Sport 4 out of 5
Recreation 3 out of 5
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Stirling

The city known as Mini-Edinburgh or the Gateway to the Highlands is a charming city ideally located for a Scotland tour for those teams looking to avoid the bright lights onf a big city.

Value for money 5 out of 5
Night Life 3 out of 5
Sport 3 out of 5
Recreation 4 out of 5
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St Andrews

Famously know for being the home of golf, St Andrews is a great stop off inbetween Edinburgh & Oban. With its idyllic white sands & medieval ruins St Andrews is a little bit of Scotland you must see.

Value for money 4 out of 5
Night Life 4 out of 5
Sport 3 out of 5
Recreation 4 out of 5
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