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The East Lothian coastline is stunning with many routes to explore, such as the John Muir Way which runs through beautiful spots. Kite surfers love Longniddry beach, while surfers head to Belhaven Bay to catch waves. Take the opportunity to climb aboard the Corcorde at the National Museum of Flight in East Fortune.
Raasay (try to pronounce it with your best Scottish accent!) is the island everyone wants to visit, as well as having won Conde Nast Traveller’s award for one of the “Best Islands to Visit”.
The town of Arbroath is another stunning place worth visiting, the town is proud of the Arbroath Smokie, first created in the village of Auchmithie. This line-caught haddock, cured and smoked over oak wood, is still prepared in several family-run smokehouses tucked away in the harbor.
Here you will discover some incredible geological features such as the Whaligoe steps, sea caves and castles perched on the edge of the cliffs, such as Sinclair Girnigoe Castle and Keiss Castle.
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Glasgow offers a host of excellent restaurants to suit all budgets. If you want the best, try The Ubiquitous Chip, an award-winning restaurant that uses Scotland’s magnificent natural larder as inspiration for its dishes.
If you’re in the mood for an unforgettable performance, this is the perfect place. Glasgow is home to both the Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet, so if you’re in the mood for a bit of culture, this is the place to be.
The music scene in Glasgow is fantastic, if you want to hear concerts of promising bands, stop by King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut. It is famous for being the venue where a record label found and signed Oasis in 1993, as well as the venue that supported the likes of Radiohead, Florence & The Machine and Biffy Clyro from the beginning of their careers.
But if sitting down for a pint of beer with the locals is more your thing, head to one of Glasgow’s most exclusive neighborhoods, West End, where you’ll find everything from traditional pubs to clubs and bars.
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A charming proposal -prices vary greatly depending on season and occupancy and it is advisable to inquire- is the “Hotel du Vin”, a series of typically British houses converted into a hotel where each room is dedicated to an oenological reference. Fireplaces, soft sofas and hardwoods will welcome you upon arrival (Hotel du Vin. 1 Devonshire Gardens G12 0UX).
The traditional Scottish dish is Haggis, a highly spiced sausage made from beef, offal and liver that is cooked in a gut bag and served minced with mashed potatoes and turnip. Despite its unattractive description it is very tasty and economical. The fish is also very fresh in all its varieties, although Scottish cuisine is essentially based on meat and vegetables.
In 1846 the railroad was built in the valley to connect the Edinburgh-Glasgow to Haymarket line with the new northern terminus of the British North line from Berwick-upon-Tweed at Waverley station.
The gardens run along the south side of Princes Street and are divided by the mound. This Princes Street Gardens run from the mound towards Waverley Bridge, and cover (34,000 m 2). The larger western Street Gardens cover (120,000 m 2) and extend to the adjacent churches of St. John’s and St. De Cuthbert’s, near Lothian Road, on the west.
The group of statues on the lower road represents the architectural genius that crowns the Theory and Practice of Art and is by William Brodie originally for the Rockville Garden, the home of his rebellious architect-in-law son Sir James Gowans. It was moved here in the 1960s following the demolition of Rockville.
Originally founded in 1670 as a physic garden to grow medicinal plants, today it occupies four sites in Scotland – Edinburgh, Dawyck, Logan and Benmore – each with its own specialty collection. Edinburgh is the main garden