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EXPLORE A CITY

POPULAR cities in Scotland

Discover with Real Scotland Tours some of Scotland's most famous and visited cities.

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Aberdeen

With rolling hills, open farmland and towering mountains in the west and sweeping beaches, coastal cliffs and panoramic skies in the east, Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire has plenty of room for you to relax and breathe.
5/5
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www.edinburgh.org

Edinburgh

Packed with medieval tenements, narrow wynds of the Old Town and the sweeping elegance of the Georgian New Town, there's no question that Edinburgh deserves its reputation as one of the most stunning and enthralling cities in the world.
5/5
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Stonehaven

Stonehaven is a pretty harbour town south of Aberdeen, famous for its Hogmanay fireballs ceremony. Attractive Stonehaven has a sheltered working harbour busy with sailing yachts. Stonehaven Tolbooth Museum is a notable building on the quayside, and has a fascinating history as a former courthouse and jail.
5/5
Popular in Scotland
www.visitballater.com

Ballater

The Victorian village of Ballater sits in the heart of Royal Deeside, Scotland at the eastern gateway to the Cairngorms National Park. It is 43 miles (69km) west of Aberdeen and 8 miles (13km) from the Queen’s summer home of Balmoral Castle.
5/5
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Aviemore

Aviemore is surrounded by lush Highland scenery in the north west corner of the majestic Cairngorms National Park. Towering mountains, sparkling lochs and dense forests surround this bustling town, making it a popular year-round destination for a huge range of summer and winter activities.
5/5
Popular in Scotland
www.road-to-the-isles.org.uk

Morar

Morar - As the Atlantic Ocean rolls in past the Small Isles, its azure shallows tumble onto sparkling white beaches which have long lured photographers and film-makers. The new road sweeps past Morar, but the wise traveller will find time to explore the village and Loch Morar which is the deepest fresh water body in the British Isles with a max depth of 310m. It is said that in its dark depths of the Loch 'Morag' the monster lives on.
5/5
Popular in Scotland
www.lochness.com

Loch Ness Centre & Exhibition

The Loch Ness Project has been housed at The Loch Ness Centre & Exhibition for over 30 years, generating scientific information concerning the exploration and investigation into Loch Ness and its famous monster mythology.
5/5
Popular in Scotland
www.braemarscotland.co.uk

Braemar

Surrounded by the fine Grampian Mountains and woodland scenery, Braemar is a delightful village and a year round holiday playground. Situated in the spectacular mountain scenery at the eastern gateway to the highest mountains of the Cairngorms National Park, it is a heaven for walkers, climbers or wanderers. There are no less than 24 Munros (mountains over 3000 ft high) as well as over 65 miles of high level walks and cycle routes of varying length and difficulty.
5/5
Popular in Scotland
www.pitlochry.org

Pitlochry

Pitlochry is one of Scotland's most beautiful and vibrant places to visit. In the heart of Scotland with real hospitality, clear sparkling air, beautiful scenery, rich clan history, fine food, plenty of space and lots to see and do. Pitlochry is primarily a holiday destination, which caters for the holiday maker year round in its own special way.
5/5
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Visit Scotland

For more information please visit www.visitscotland.com Scotland's national tourism organisation.

National Trust for Scotland

Also, more information please visit www.nts.org.uk.