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Scotland is not easily defined; it’s known for many things – among them, haggis, tartan, whisky, bagpipes, Highland terriers and the Loch Ness Monster – but it’s not until you set foot among Scotland’s rolling hills, wild glens and lively cities that you start to get a sense of a complex country that’s more than the sum of its parts.

With some of the largest remaining wildernesses in Western Europe, a deep and multilayered history dating back thousands of years, and two of Britain’s most fascinating and hospitable urban centres in Glasgow and Edinburgh, Scotland is sometimes majestic and sometimes intimate, sometimes modern and sometimes ancient, sometimes remote but always enchanting. Come and see for yourself with Imaginative Traveller.


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