Visiting Scotland

Your Visit to Scotland
For English Guests

If you're doing us the honour of travelling up from England for our wedding, we'd love to suggest you make the most of your trip and see some more of Scotland whilst you're there.

Here are a few ideas to get you thinking.

The Highlands & Islands

Perthshire is the gateway to the Highlands and you could continue northwards from Scone to visit beautiful Pitlochry, before heading up to Inverness or over to Skye (we'd highly recommend Skye!).  There is plenty to see and do on the way from Glencoe to the Glenfinnan Viaduct.  

If you're feeling really adventurous, you could take a look at Scotland's own Route 66 - the North Coast 500 (NC500).

Tayside & Fife

A visit to Ross's home areas would be very manageable while you're there.  Dundee (where Ross was born) is a fantastic wee city on the rise, having spent the last decade reinventing itself for the future.  Well worth a visit!

The Kingdom of Fife (as it's known in Scotland) is just to the south of Dundee and is where Ross grew up.  North-East Fife boasts world famous St Andrews, the home of golf, and would be a fantastic break for a couple of days. Plenty to do and see whilst still keeping a relaxed holiday vibe.  Further down the coast there is the beautiful East Neuk of Fife, a string of traditional fishing villages.

The Cities

There's no doubt Edinburgh is the jewel is Scotland's tourist crown.  The nation's capital has a true wow factor and would be well worth several days' exploration and enjoyment, especially if you are flying to or from Edinburgh airport.


It's a cliché in Scotland, but our two major cities are polar opposites.  Glasgow is nothing like Edinburgh but just as worthy of a visit.  It is a buzzing metropolis with plenty to see and do, packed full of culture and attractions.


Although tiny compared to the big two, Stirling is a nice stop with an impressive castle.  Aberdeen and Inverness are much further north, but both full of their own attractions.

Images (clockwise from top left):

Dundee; NC500; Glasgow; Glenfinnan Viaduct.