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Scotland Travel Information

What to Pack

An umbrella and a raincoat is a must as the weather is most unpredictable. Good walking shoes if you plan to explore the beautiful countryside

Travel Documents

You need to have a valid passport issued by the government of your country before you enter Britain. If you are an EU Resident, you do not need a British visa. If you have an American passport, or are a citizen of Canada, Australia or New Zealand you can stay in Britain without a visa for six months. The rest should contact the British embassy or mission in your country and find out the procedure for obtaining the requisite travel documents.

Tourist info Centers

Edinburgh and Scotland Tourist Centre 3 Princes Street Edinburgh Lothian Scotland EH2 2QP Tel: 0845 22 55 121 Fax: 01506 832 222 Tourist Information Centre 11 George Square Glasgow Strathclyde Scotland G2 1DY Tel: 0141 204 4400 Fax: 0141 221 3524

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