Scottish charm: Things to do in the North!

Scotland has been recently topping the charts as the most gay-friendly area in the world (sorry Canada, guess you’ll have to try harder) so it’s time to explore what yec.com travelers can see, do, eat and drink in Scotland! Of course, it’d be the best if you can catch a cute highlander who’ll show you all the local attractions (and what’s underneath the kilt)!

Loch Ness

Loch Ness

No list of attractions in Scotland is complete without the Nessie – Loch Ness has been captivating the hearts and minds of crypto-zoologists, fans and regular tourists for almost a century! It doesn’t matter if you believe that Nessie is real, or you’re a skeptic: this beautiful lake is a fantastic vacation spot!

Din Eidyn

Din Eidyn

Edinburgh Castle a.k.a. Din Eidyn (the stronghold of Eidyn) is more than 8 centuries old and represents the symbol of Scotland. It houses the stone of destiny, Scottish crown jewels (yes, that’s a thing) and is open for visitors who want to take a peek.

Inverewe Garden

Inverewe Garden

Inverewe Garden shouldn’t exist: palm trees, ferns and tropical flowers up in the north? Thanks to the Gulf current the garden houses more than 2,500 exotic plants – visit it during summer and enjoy in full blooms!

Glasgow Science Centre

Glasgow Science Centre

If you’re a man of science (or just want to see something cool), Glasgow Science Centre is your top choice: see scientific principles in practice, enjoy in educational programs and check out the laboratories!

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