The geographical heart of the country of Scotland and home to some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes, attractions and architecture in the country – along with much tumultuous and shocking history to be discovered. With many metropolitan cities, idyllic towns and peaceful countryside villages to visit, central Scotland remains one of the most popular locations for tourists to visit. From the historical location of Bannockburn to the forward-looking and bustling city of Stirling, visitors to this area are spoilt for choice and will likely wish to travel to a number of locations on day trips in order to see all that is on offer.
This area is a real hotspot for golf courses including the infamous world-class course at St Andrews. Keen golfers will be pleased to hear that there are well over one hundred quality courses in the region. The benefit of golfing in central Scotland is that you need only be a short drive away from a number of cities, meaning you don’t need to be in a mountain valley in the middle of nowhere, perfect for those travelling with a partner.
Explore the rich history of whisky production by touring one of the many distilleries, discover the natural phenomenon which is Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, the first of its kind in Scotland and an area of natural tranquillity like no other. Enjoy some of the country's best pubs and restaurants, with easy access to the capital city, Glasgow and the Highlands with a visit to Central Scotland.
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