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Lonely Planet Scotland 12 (Travel Guide)

Lonely Planet Scotland (Travel Guide)

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Publication Date: May 16th, 2023
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Lonely Planet's local travel experts reveal all you need to know to plan the trip of a lifetime to Scotland.

Discover popular and off the beaten track experiences from embarking on a distillery-hopping tour around the isle of Islay to scouting local street art in Glasgow, and exploring prehistoric attractions in the Heart of Neolithic Orkney.

Build a trip to remember with Lonely Planet's Scotland Travel Guide:

  • Our classic guidebook format provides you with the most comprehensive level of information for planning multi-week trips
  • Updated with an all new structure and design so you can navigate Scotland and connect experiences together with ease
  • Create your perfect trip with exciting itineraries for extended journeys combined with suggested day trips, walking tours, and activities to match your passions
  • Get fresh takes on must-visit sights including Stirling Castle; climb Arthur's Seat; and visit Dun Carloway Iron Age broch and Callanish Standing Stones
  • Special features on the Scottish food and drink scene, and outdoor adventure activities
  • Expert local recommendations on when to go, eating, drinking, nightlife, shopping, accommodation, adventure activities, festivals, and more
  • Essential information toolkit containing tips on arriving; transport; making the most of your time and money; LGBTIQ+ travel advice; accessibility; and responsible travel
  • Connect with Scottish culture through stories that delve deep into local life, history, and traditions 
  • Inspiring full-colour travel photography and maps including a pull out map of Scotland
  • Covers Edinburgh, Glasgow, Southern Scotland, Central Scotland, Northeast Scotland, Southern Highlands & Islands, Inverness & the Central Highlands, Northern Highlands & Islands, Orkney & Shetland


Create a trip that's uniquely yours and get to the heart of this extraordinary country with Lonely Planet's Scotland.