8 Reasons why Scotland is the perfect destination for your honeymoon!
What comes to your mind when someone asks you about your dream honeymoon or dream vacation? Do your dream of cuddling with your beloved in the laps of snow clad mountains? Do you think of roasting marshmallows by the fire near the lake, while you both sip on some hot chocolate and laugh at the chocolate moustaches? Do you fancy exploring splendid castles or better yet, live in one?! If your answers to all the questions is yes, my love, Scotland is where you need to go!
Dramatic landscapes, rich traditions and vibrant culture are just a few highlights of this beautiful country. The best time to visit would be in the months of July and August in order to experience the best of festivals and the weather (ample of sunshine!) Maybe I don’t need to convince you more, but just in case! Scroll down to see why Scotland deserves a big, fat YES from you!
Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city as of now. The city bustles with music festivals all year round. Glasgow is lauded for its gastronomic scene and string of galleries and museums. It is also called a shopaholic’s paradise! Glasgow’s architecture is world renowned. A mix of museums, music and architecture, this city will leave you spellbound!
2. Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, Fife
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club is one of the most prestigious clubs for golfers all around. The organisation was formed by 22 golfers way back in 1754. You can play golf or take a tour of the club. Fancy pants alert!
The Isle of Skye is known for its rugged landscapes and fishing villages. The highlight of this place is the fairy pool. You can swim in their crystal clear waters to experience wild swimming. You can experience sea fishing, take a boat trip to see sea eagles, have lunch at the award winning Three Chimneys, watch otters play, try Skye whiskey and much more!
Edinburgh needs no introduction. This hilly, old charm town has become quite popular over the years. The Edinburgh Castle is one of the top paid tourist attractions in Scotland. It boasts of magnificent architecture and militant importance of Scotland. If you and your partner are whiskey lovers, y’all have to go to The Scotch Whiskey Experience! They offer tours, tasting and food! Apart from this, Camera Obscura & World of Illusions is a must visit!
5. Luskentyre Beach
If you start missing the beach too much, just wear your swimsuits and head to the Luskentyre Beach. It has been voted as one of the best beaches in the world! The warm sands and clear blue waters are inviting and will force you to take a dip!
Torridon is a small village in the northwest highlands of Scotland. It is situated beneath the mountains, on the shore of Upper Loch Torridon in Wester Ross. If you wish to explore the countryside, Torridon is the place to be!
Inverness is a small city in Scotland famous for its Loch Ness. It is said that there is a missing monster called the Loch Ness Monster. You can learn about the Culloden Battlefield, discover Clava Cairns, follow the Malt Whiskey Trail, explore the Inverness Castle and much more!
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