AA Guide to ScotlandSKU: GB9463 ISBN: 9780749579463
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The AA Guide to Scotland is jammed with information, from history to wildlife to Scottish festivals and events. Written by local experts, you can trust the AA Guide to Scotland to make your holiday in Scotland even better.
Best things to do and see in Scotland
The majority of the guide covers the best of Scotland A-Z, starting with Aberdeen and ending with Wick. City plans are provided for Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Perth, St Andrews and Stirling for easy navigation on foot. A brief history of each place is followed by top attractions and activities and colour photos. Main entries have a map reference, referring to the atlas at the back, and all entries have contact details and opening dates. No GPS coordinates are provided. Suggested bars, restaurants, pubs and hotels are provided for larger locations and lastly there are some recommended places nearby.
Places to stay in Scotland
A small campsite section at the front lists just 10 campsites, so it is recommended to take a copy of Sea View Camping Scotland if you plan to camp around Scotland. A few hotels in many towns and cities are recommended, along with any AA Rosettes.
You can locate the main attractions on the 18-page atlas at the back using the map references given against each entry. A-Z locations are marked using red stars.
Travelling to Scotland in a motorhome, caravan or with a tent?
Be sure and also pick up Sea View Camping Scotland to find great places to stay along the way!
And to help you plan your route, take a copy of North Coast 500, the perfect travel guide for a driving holiday in Scotland!
Want to know more about Scotland?
If you're interested in learning more about a particular region of Scotland, have a look at the Charles Tait guides. Charles Tait is passionate about his country and his books are beautifully photographed and full of interesting information.
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