Scotland - Michelin Green GuideSKU: FR9624 ISBN: 9782067229624
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See puffins arriving in their thousands to nest on the Isle of Staffa; the pink granite and bright green slopes of the Red Cuillins on Skye; the pomp and history of Edinburgh in all its Georgian splendour; the skill of Scotland's myriad whisky distillers; and the bright flash of salmon charging up the River Spey. Uncover the millennia of history and culture that have given the world the Highland Games and Hogmanay.
The Michelin Green Guide is the authority on Scotland today and the forces of nature and society that have shaped it. Michelin's local writers have walked, driven, visited, slept, shopped and eaten through every tour, sight, hotel, restaurant, boutique, café and venue in this guide. Where they have stepped, you won't put a foot wrong.
We have an extensive collection of Scotland guidebooks to give you the best information available. Used in conjunction with a tourist information guide like the AA Guide to Scotland or the Charles Tait guides, you can plan an extended trip around the whole country or a specific region of Scotland. For a fantastic road trip idea, you may want to consider Take the Slow Road: Scotland, by Martin Dorey.
Camping in Scotland?
Ensure you take a copy of Sea View Camping Scotland for 148 campsites across Scotland and the Highlands.