Like an old Scottish saying already, “guidance gear comes in sma ‘Bouk’ (good things come in small packages). And despite its small size, Scotland certainly has many treasures crammed into its compact territory. There something for everyone. for the history buff, few cities compare with Edinburgh and Glasgow, for the hungry, try haggis, if necessary, but do not miss the Aberdeen Angus beef or smoked salmon from Dumfries and Galloway, or, for the thirsty, unmatched malt whiskeys from the island of Islay, or wait for Oban. No wild scenery of the islands North Highlands and cold waters, brilliant against the wash of the Outer Hebrides. nature observers find otters, eagles, whales and dolphins, while hikers have nearly 300 Munro bag.
Although an integral part of Great Britain since 1707, Scotland has maintained a separate and distinct identity over the past 300 years. The return of a Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh in 1999 marked an increase in confidence and sense of pride in the achievements of the nation.
Deep, dark, narrow Loch Ness stretches for 23 miles between Inverness and Fort Augustus. Bitterly cold waters have been widely explored in search of Nessie, the elusive Loch Ness monster, but most visitors will see only as a cardboard cutout in the exhibitions of monsters. The busy A82 road runs along the northwest coast, while the B862 is more peaceful and picturesque southeast coast. A complete circuit of the lake is about 70 miles, traveling counterclockwise of the best views.