When it comes to visit Scotland during 2018 and 2019, the question isn’t whether you will be able to find enough things to do, but the question is whether you’ll have enough time to see and experience everything on your ”must-do list”. From seafood trail to whisky month, Scotland Food and Drink have everything to offer for all tastes and ages. Mentioned below is an ideal guide for what not to miss in the year of Food and Drink.
Make Your Tour Memorable
Often referred as one of the most magnificent countries in the world, Scotland has always been prominent for its natural and stunning beauty along with wide range of signposted paths and natural trails. The beautiful landscapes and excellent lakes will make it easy for you to enjoy every minute of your trip.
Explore the Scotland’s Land
To admire Scotland’s Wildlife, you should not miss Glen Muick on Royal Deeside, where you can find red deer, widespread in the highlands. It is an interesting encounter. Look out for many other species which have re-introduced to their natural habits such sea eagles.
Beautiful Cities- Edinburgh and Glasgow
Dominating the city’s skyline as it has completed for over 800 years, this castle is a now recognized as a national icon. Edinburg, the Scottish capital, provides a wonderful opportunity to experience metropolitan day and night life in a Scottish style. This city has also gained the popularity on the World Stage from its annual Edinburgh Festival, this annual events capture the attention of millions of visitors from all over the globe.
Another beautiful Scottish city, Glasgow will treat you to variety of galleries including artistic masterpieces, historical museums and a leisure walk down the streets of Stirling will plunge you in rich culture.
Food – A True Taste Of Scotland
Scottish food is best summed up in the great saying “S mairg a ni tarcuis air biadth- He who has contempt for food is a stupid” represents precisely the attitude towards foods in Scotland which can be seen in wide selection of favorite Scottish recipes.
From the national dish of Haggis (sheep’s stomach stuffed with sheep’s intestine), to the finest whisky in the world, and what else you need in breakfast. Haggis is usually served with tatties (potatoes) and neeps (mashed turnip). What’s more, discover the healthy and nutritious Scottish breakfast dish of porridge, oatcakes and desserts.
Think of Scottish cuisine and Aberdeen Angus Beef has to be mentioned. It is a synonym with high-quality meat and iconic to Scotland. And of course, how could we forget to mention the great oatcakes? Oatcakes- a biscuit cooked with milled oats add another flavor in Scottish hospitality.
Whisky – A Part Of Scotland’s Identity
Not only considered as a national drink, but it’s also one of the country’s biggest industries. The North East of Scotland is widely known as “whisky country on account of wide variety of distilleries successfully producing. Generally, Scottish people call whiskeys as “whisky”.
Although every type of whiskey is made in Scotland, but single malt scotch and blended whisky brings excellence to the table. Enjoy the whisky month on 15th May, which will add pleasant experience to your drinking.
Scotland- Known As The Home Of Golf
Scotland is deep rooted in the history of game and became especially associated with St. Andrews, still sometime referred today as “The homes of Golf”. However, there are more than 550 golf courses in Scotland- probably the biggest concentrations all over the world. From Turnberry to St. Andrews, boast a plethora of inland golf clubs and first class links, which are extremely picturesque.
Scotland- Perfect Blend Of Dance, Music, Culture And Lots More
The Scottish are well-known in particular for its events and in 2014 is shaping up to be milestone year than ever. The two major events has been hosted in 2014- the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and 40th Ryder Cup, that brings out the pride in Scotland every year. From historic national holidays, highland games, quirky cultural celebrations to food and Drink 2015, Scotland has much more to offer in 2015.
With that said, wouldn’t you be tempted to visit Scotland? See our package….