Situated in the heart of the Scottish Highland, the city of Inverness also serves as the administrative capital of the Highlands. A lively town, Inverness invites visitors all around the year to enjoy the numerous art galleries, museums, historic sites and other attractions.
Named as the ‘Silver City' or the ‘Granite City' after it's grey and glistening buildings, Aberdeen is the third largest city of Scotland. The city is home to some of the oldest university buildings of Europe. The city has a long history and there are several forts and castles across…
Sitting on two hills, the Balgay and the Law, is the impressive city of Dundee. The fourth largest city in Scotland, Dundee has a rugged landscape and beautiful weather making it a treat for travelers. Overlooking the River Tay, Dundee is a lively city.
One of the most historic cities in Scotland, Stirling is also called "The Gateway to the Highlands". In historic times, the city was the only connection to the Highlands and several important battles have been fought in the area. The Stirling Castle is the main highlight of the city. The…
Streets enveloped in history and brimming with a flourishing cultural scene is what describes the capital city of Scotland the best. Edinburgh is home to several historic castles and breathtaking sceneries of nature. The city is mainly segregated into two districts, the Old Town and the New Town, which are…
One of the most cosmopolitan cities in Europe, Glasgow has undergone a cultural revival to become the epicenter of style and vivacity. The largest city of Scotland, Glasgow is located on the banks of River Clyde. Glasgow is recognized as one of the main centers of culture, art and education…
The United Kingdom lies between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. It shares a total land area of 243,610 square kilometres and northern Ireland is the only part of the UK that shares a land border. The UK has a coast line of 17,820 kilometres.
A population of close to 62 Million. Muslims account for about 2.8% of the population.
The climate varies with the seasons. Temperatures can even drop below -11°C or rise above 35°C. A mild and wet weather is in the eastern regions and majority of the rain falls over the western regions. Snowfall can occur in winter and summers are generally warm.
English is the official language. Irish, Cornish and Scots are widely used as well.
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