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Dream Scotland Road Trip

Scotland, Scotland, United Kingdom
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In August of 2019 I traveled with two friends all around Scotland, starting in Ireland and ending in London. We flew from Dublin to Glasgow and took an Outlander Tour from Glasgow to Edinburgh and drove from there to Dunnottar Castle and Stonehaven, Aberdeen and then to the Highland and Inverness. Finally, flew from Inverness to London. We had an amazing sights, visiting a lot of castles and Culloden Battlefield. We saw Highland cows and took a whisky tour. It was a dream trip to Scotland with so many memories made - including driving on the right side of the car on the left side of the road!
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Bars and nightlife

The World's End
The World's End
A wonderful little pub that's been there for hundreds of years. A lot of friendly people and t-shirts for sale.
Gellions Bar
Gellions Bar
A cute little bar with live music, the only place we found traditional Scottish music on our trip.

Culture and experiences

Glen Ord Distillery Visitor Centre & Whisky Shop
Glen Ord Distillery Visitor Centre & Whisky Shop
A wonderful tour of a whisky distillery with lots of delicious smells. No photos allowed on the tour.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
An amazing night seeing the performances of the musicians and dancers right on the castle grounds.
Dunnottar Castle
Dunnottar Castle
An amazing castle ruins on the east coast of Scotland by Stonehaven. The most amazing views and it's a lot of fun walking the grounds.

Points of interest

Culross
Culross
A charming little town on the water that seems right out of the past.
Culloden Battlefield
Culloden Battlefield
An amazing museum before entering the battlefield location to see where the Jacobites fought the English at their last stand at Culloden Moor.
Clava Cairns
Clava Cairns
An amazing (and free!) spot to stop near Inverness and see old rock formations.
Blackness Castle
Blackness Castle
Wonderful old castle/fort from right on the Firth of Forth.
University of Glasgow
University of Glasgow
We took pictures at the cloisters and visited the Hunterian Museum, so pretty!

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