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    Christmas in Edinburgh

    • 2 Hotels
    • 1 Restaurant
    • 1 Activity

    Don your kilt (or have one custom made) and ring in the holidays with fireworks over Edinburgh Castle and bagpipers playing "Amazing Grace." More

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    Christmas in Scotland

    • 2 Hotels
    • 1 Activity

    A week in a rented country house in Perthshire, in the Scottish Highlands, is memorable for a midnight church service filled with men in kilts, and for Christmas pudding with real sixpence inside. More

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    Drive through the Scottish Highlands

    • 4 Hotels
    • 5 Restaurants
    • 1 Activity

    The dramatic mountain passes, craggy shorelines, and seaside villages of the highlands and the Isle of Skye make for one of Europe’s best rides. (Nessie sightings not guaranteed.) More

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    Driving the Isle of Skye

    • 2 Hotels
    • 4 Activities

    This sleepy coastal loop is characterized by single-lane roads, signs in Gaelic, and mists swirling on craggy mountains; also, whiskey distilleries and blustery beaches where seals frolic offshore. More

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    Fall Festivals in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

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    • 2 Restaurants
    • 3 Activities

    In September and October, music and cultural festivals turn this island (which was, millenia ago, attached to Scotland) into a celebration of Highland heritage. More

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    Textile Tour of Scotland

    • 5 Hotels
    • 5 Activities

    T+L carved a route through the Borders region to the Highlands and discovers why—when it comes to tartans, cashmere, and tweed—some things will always be done by hand. More

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    Whiskey-Making in Scotland

    • 2 Hotels
    • 6 Activities

    Whisky is arguably what the world loves most about Scotland. Highlands distilleries get all the glory, but Lowlands single malts—dry, delicate, and much subtler than their knock-you-out upcountry c... More


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