Scotland was recognized as the most beautiful country in the world.
One of the popular tourist portals, Rough Guides will determine the most beautiful country in the world. First place went to Scotland for its wild beaches, lakes and castles.
Second place in the ranking was awarded to Canada. New Zealand closes the top three. In fourth place is Italy, the fifth to South Africa. In the top 10 in descending order also includes Indonesia, England, Iceland, USA and Wales.
And since Scotland has won the rating, we will cite seven reasons why tourists should travel North.
Edinburgh is perfect for carrying the weekend. Worth a visit the Royal Mile, Edinburgh castle and Royal Yacht Britannia.
Edinburgh is full of life during its many festivals, and you need to follow their key dates before you plan a trip.
2. Island Egg
If we had a chance to get to Scotland, you must visit the island of egg. Located 10 miles from the West coast, he is considered one of the most beautiful Islands of the country.
Scottish highlands — something unforgettable. This stunning mountainous region covering the North-West Scotland. Loch ness and its elusive monster are at the very centre, overlooking the ruins of the medieval castle Urquhart.
4. Loch Ness
Lovers of secrets do not forget about Loch ness. It is widely known in the world thanks to the legend of the Loch Ness monster. There are many commercial tours on the lake for tourists wishing to enjoy the beautiful nature and perhaps see a mythical monster.
5. Ben Nevis
Ben Nevis is the highest point of the British Isles. The locals call the mountain abbreviated as Ben. The name comes from the Scottish “Beinn Nibheis”. “Beinn” in translation from Celtic means “mountain” and the word “Nibheis” is often translated as “evil”, “evil”.
6. Calgary Bay
Calgary Bay is one of the best beaches in Scotland. The turquoise water is so clear on a Sunny day, it appears as if around the Caribbean sea.
Another city worth visiting in Scotland is Glasgow. It is the largest city in the country and the fourth largest population in the UK.
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