Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Scotland is famous for its diversity where it is a great destination for countryside, bustling cities and villages. 


Edinburgh has a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical buildings.

St Giles’ Cathedral

St Giles’ Cathedral, also known as the High Kirk of Edinburgh, is the principal place of worship of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh University

The Balmoral 
A sophisticated hotel located in a landmark of Victorian building surrounded by restaurants. Looks a lil creepy though.

 Scott Monument
A Gothic style monument built to commemorate the Scottish writer Sir Walter Scott.

A boutique cocktail bar and restaurant in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town. A favourite of locals and visitors alike, Monteiths is a must for relaxed dining and innovative cocktails. 


Aberdeen is a vibrant, creative and ambitious city, known for its historic charm and cosmopolitan community. The City of Aberdeen has something for everyone, from the bustling city centre of Europe’s Energy Capital, to the beautiful countryside and coastlines, there’s plenty to see and do.
Wild Boar
Nicely decorated pub which serves Scottish breakfast. Good selection of beer and wine are also available here. 
Marischal College
The second largest granite building in the world which features several different architectural styles, different forms of granite and a sense of awe and majesty. 
The Kirk of St. Nicholas Uniting
As well as the impressive architecture itself, the church has many medieval effigies and late medieval woodwork.  


Abeerdeen Christmas Village 
It’s time to don the winter woolies and immerse yourself in the festive spirit. Soak up the festive atmosphere and enjoy some traditional drinks and snacks. 



Glasgow Christmas Market @ Merchant City 

 There are a lot of restaurants in Blythswood Hill.