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Shopping in Scotland

For memorabilia to keep of your days in Scotland, buy at least one woolen cardigan, maybe a scarf with a tartan print and of course, some scotch whiskey so you can feel Scottish ‘warmth’ even when you’re far away from the highland.

Apart from these traditional treats, major cities like Glasgow and Edinburgh have upscale departmental stores, popular chains such as Marks and Spencer and several shopping districts and open air markets selling everything from miniature bagpipes for your mantelpiece to exquisite jewelry made of Scottish silver.

It can’t be called an inexpensive country, but the Christmas or Easter sale as well as some good shopping sixth sense ought to get you some worthwhile loot.

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