Almost all visitors to Scotland will take the opportunity to explore the country’s famous and largest cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh. The major Scottish cities are home to a number of great features like trendy pubs and night-life spots, hotels with castle views, and more. But people venturing outside of these main destinations will discover that this northern country has a lot more to offer, including the serene countryside of Perth and Kinross, located just a short trip north of the Firth of Forth.
Perth and Kinross might not be the first stop on your Scottish itinerary but visitors will find the city of Perth is home to a number of important historical sites, like Scone Palace, and is also considered one of the country’s most important culinary centres.
Visit Drummond Castle Gardens in Crieff
A quick drive to the west of Perth will bring visitors to the town of Crieff, home to Drummond Castle Gardens, one of Scotland’s and Europe’s finest examples of formal terraced gardens. These spectacular grounds include copper beech trees planted by Queen Victoria in 1842.
Don’t miss out on the chance to enjoy any of Scotland’s historic attractions, which you can research with the help of the Expedia search tool.