Top 10 things to do in Scotland when you are not playing golf
Scotland is rightly world-renowned for its legacy and unrivalled status within the game of golf, but there are so many other aspects to the country that should be explored...
With numerous cultural and historical experiences on offer throughout its stunning natural landscape, it would certainly be recommended to take some time to sample them. Here are some of the best.
Visit Edinburgh Castle
Attend a Highland Games
Visit Loch Ness (Scottish Highlands)
Walk the Royal Mile in Edinburgh
Sail on the Waverly Paddle Steamer (Glasgow)
Visit Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow
Visit a Whiskey Distillery
For many people with a penchant for hitting a white ball around a field before enjoying a stiff drink, Scotland’s two greatest exports have been golf and whiskey. They often go hand in hand, and both can play a prominent role in a visit to this ancient and colourful country.
There are a number of whiskey distilleries throughout the land that offers guided tours for visitors, allowing you to explore the rich history while witnessing the fascinating process of making the god-like liquid that can offer the perfect crescendo to any post-round evening.
And if you’re lucky, they’ll even let you sample some of the product…
Walk West Sands in St. Andrews
Visit Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument (Stirling)
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