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Whisky

'The Water of Life'

Smokey, peaty, bold, and smooth:
take a whisky tour and discover the flavour of Scotland.


Fact File:

Distilleries in Scotland: 98 | Whisky Regions: Campbeltown, Highlands, Islay, Lowlands, Speyside

Minimum Distill Time: 3 years

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Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a magical place.
It’s a city of around one million people, and sits amongst seven hills. There’s a medieval town centre, a gorgeous castle, and a load of incredible museums.

But you only understand the magic after a closer look.

You’ll discover that somehow its weaving cobbled lanes boast 12 major annual festivals that in combination sell almost as many tickets as the Olympics. You’ll find out there’s a vast underground city. And you’ll learn that the city inspired the writers of Treasure Island, Harry Potter, and Sherlock Holmes. Visit Edinburgh and discover the inspirational capital of Scotland.

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Glasgow

Glasgow is less attractive, famous, and fancy than it's smaller brother, Edinburgh.
But Glasgow makes up for it by being more boisterous, mysterious, and modern.

There are hip milk bars, incredible art installations, tasty forward-thinking cuisine, and great music venues. What’s more is that it’s a lot closer to the best of the Highlands than Edinburgh is. So make this your base for your trip to Scotland and experience the elegantly modern side of the country.



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Inverness

Inverness is the battle ravaged ‘capital of the the Highlands’. In the 6th century it was a trading port with Europe, in the middle ages its castle was burnt down by Robert the Bruce, and in the 19th century it became famous for producing rope, wool, and ships. But now it’s a truly wonderful city to explore. There’s a gorgeous pink castle, relaxing parks, and splendid highland restaurants. What’s more is you can take a tour from here and be whisked to the wildest parts of Scotland in under an hour.

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