The Best Places to Visit in East Lothian – Ultimate Visitor Guide

When you think of places to visit in Scotland you might be like the majority of tourists and have all the big-hitters first and foremost in your mind. Edinburgh. Glasgow. The Highlands. The Isle of Skye.

But there’s another region that’s often overlooked that is chock-a-block full of superb attractions, from castles to beaches. That region is East Lothian. Find out why it’s such a special place in this ultimate visitor guide.

The Best FREE Places to Visit in Scotland – Ultimate Visitor Guide

The best free places to visit in Scotland include; Holyrood Park, The Botanic Gardens, and St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, Glasgow Cathedral, The Riverside Museum and the Tall Ship in Glasgow, and Ben Nevis, Glencoe, and Loch Ness in the Highlands.

Discover a collection of the very best free Scottish attractions in this ultimate visitor guide which includes a handy map, sightseeing advice, and details of each location.

The Best Non-Touristy Places To Go in Scotland

If you love Scotland’s landscapes but hate being jostled by fellow visitors you’re probably wondering which are the best places in Scotland where you can escape from the huge crowds we attract throughout the year.

The Ultimate Itinerary for a Day Trip From Edinburgh

As any visitor to Scotland will know, the capital city of Edinburgh is at the top of the list of places to visit thanks to famous attractions like Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Mile, Holyrood Palace and the Scottish National Gallery, all of which are within a short walking distance of each other.

The Aberdeenshire Castle Trail

Aberdeenshire has long been hailed as Scotland’s castle county, and with good reason, as this remote area of Britain is home to more castles per acre than anywhere else in the nation.