The region of Perth and Kinross is home to the city of Perth, considered one of Scotland’s culinary epicentres and home to a number of important historical attractions, such as the famous coronation site of Scone Palace, and St. John’s Kirk, one of the most important churches in the country. Those looking to enjoy many of the region’s outdoor activities would be best served booking a hotel in one of the more rural areas of the region, where they’re be able to enjoy everything from fishing and rafting on the River Tay, to golfing at Gleneagles Golf Course, and climbing the summit of Ben Vrackie.
Visit the Burgh of Pitlochry on the River Tummel
Pitlochry is located to the north of the city of Perth towards the border of the Scottish Highlands, and because of this geographic location it is a popular destination for trekkers and hillwalkers. The town has maintained many of its Victorian style buildings, making it an attractive rural town well worth a visit on a trip to more northern regions.
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