Self-Drive in Scotland:
Scotland's landscape is dotted with dramatic fairy-tale castles, ruined abbeys, fascinating historic cities and picturesque villages. Edinburgh, its capital, is widely considered to be one of the most charming cities on Earth. To the west, Glasgow has grown into one of Europe's most exciting cities for culture and recreation. Inverness and Aberdeen give access to trekking across the hills of the lowlands or the rocky peaks of the Highlands and islands. But whether on the low or the high road, there's plenty to see and do in one of the world's most accessible and civilized wildernesses.
Surnamed the "Granite City" because of its buildings constructed largely of pink or gray granite, the historic Aberdeen presents a modern cosmopolitan image to visitors, boasting marvelous museums and galleries; a lively nightlife and the best shopping in the northeast.
Located close to Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles, and the beautiful Glen Nevis, Fort William is a major tourist centre for hillwalking and climbing.
The capital of the Highlands, Inverness is one of the oldest inhabited sites in Scotland.
Located in both the western lowlands of Central Scotland and the southern Highlands, the largest of Scotland's lochs, Loch Lomond was the center of the ancient district of Lennox.
Pitlochry is a Victorian town, whose success blossomed when Queen Victoria declared it one of the finest resorts in Europe.
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