Scotland is one of the world’s best countries for road tripping. If you want to get a taste of the ‘best bits’ then this central Scotland road trip is for you.
The Trossachs has beautiful woodlands, the pretty towns of Callendar and Aberfeldy, and one of my favourite hills in Scotland, Ben Ledi.
Nestled below the dramatic Ochils, above the hidden tropical Dollar Glen, sits the imposing Castle Castle Campbell.
New Lanark, one of only 6 World Heritage Sites in Scotland, is the jewel in the Clyde Valleys crown.
Blackness Castle is often called ‘the ship that never sailed’ due to its boat-like appearance from the sea, it’s location also makes for some stunning views of the river and across to Fife.
Culross, Fife – Located 12 miles west of the Forth Rail Bridge on the south-west coast of Fife, The Royal Burgh of Culross is one of Scotland’s best preserved 17th-century villages and an easy day trip from Edinburgh.
Mythical sea beasts, shapeshifting water spirits which inhabit our rivers and watercourses. Have you found one wandering the paths looking out for weary travellers to help safely along their way?
Just to the west of Edinburgh, and hidden in the valley of the River Almond, the Almondell Country Park is 97 acres of unspoilt woodland and spectacular views. It is beautiful whatever time of the year you visit.
Take a walk through the woods to Maspie Den. Once a hunting park for Stuart Kings and Queens, the Falkland Estate is very picturesque and a more than little spooky.