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Scotland Tourism

Scotland and England – the two are as different from each other as chalk and cheese and let no one convince you otherwise! Though Scotland forms a part of Great Britain, it retains its own distinct character which is evident in the traditions of the people as also in the rolling landscape. Close your eyes and be transported to another world -you can almost hear the sound of the kilt clad bagpipers playing in your ears, walk the moors and try to unravel the mystery of the Loch Ness monster rising out of the lake.

Spend a quiet moment and savour the finest malts and scotch whiskies known to mankind. That is what Scotland is all about. From the heights of the Scottish highlands to the pure waters of Loch Lomond, from the royal ambience of the Edinburgh Castle to the cultural treasures awaiting you in Glasgow, this country has an identity and a flavor all its own. Down a glass or two of ale, and you’ll be ready to match the zeal and vigour of the feisty Scotsman.

Scotland is well known for its whisky- commonly known as Scotch whisky. In Britain, when one orders for whisky it means Scotch unless specified. Scotch whisky is further classified into two categories - single malt and blended!


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