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From historic cities, majestic castles or dramatic lochs and glens, there is so much to discover in Scotland

Dark misty mountains, mysterious loughs and wide lonely valleys are some of the key characteristics when it comes to Scotland's highlands and the Western coastline. The national parks, mountain ranges and stunning coastline with its many islands form a natural playground for most outdoor activities like hiking, coasteering, canyoning, white water rafting or climbing
Scotland is renowned for a it’s often dark and bloody history, making the country an exciting destination to immerse in history, legends and culture. Further, Scotland has some of the finest castles, medieval towns and historic structures spread out all over its territory, giving the whole country a mystic and powerful flair.
Even though outdoor time is better spent between spring and early autumn, Scotland can be visited all year round. If you are weather resistant, autumn and winter can be lovely seasons to visit Scotland, especially for the charme of withstanding the forces of nature in a historic castle. You will also encounter snow on the higher mountains, so why not consider Scotland for a skiing trip?

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