Scotland can be divided up into three main regions, the Lowlands, the Hebrides, and the Highlands. Each of these areas has their own unique character; from the idyllic countryside and large cities of the Lowlands, to the wilderness and forests of the Highlands, and then the beaches and Gaelic culture of the Hebrides.
Stay in a Hotel in Perth andKinross
Perth and Kinross lies near the border of the Lowlands and Highlands, and is a destination not to be missed, as it is home to attractions such as the Black Watch Monument and the Black Watch Regimental Museum, both commemorating the troops that worked to prevent further violence after the Jacobite rebellions.
Visit Castle Menzies in Aberfeldy
Castle Menzies is another of the great historical sites found in Perth and Kinross, and it served as the seat of Clan Menzies for over 400 years. During the Jacobite rebellions the castle played host to the likes of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Duke of Cumberland. Today visitors can explore the castle and its gardens, and even rent the site for events such as weddings.
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