9 Essential Tips for Touring Scotland

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Sure, you’re making the trip to savor Scotland’s finest single-malt Scotch, but a traveler’s got to eat (and sleep), too. We’ve got your guide for where to sip, snack and stay in Glasgow, the Highlands and on the romantic island of Islay—Scotland’s top three destinations for Scotch drinkers. From a harbor-side hole-in-the-wall with sweeping loch views and fresh seafood to a night spent amidst castle ruins, these are your essential Scotland touring tips.

Alexis Korman

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9 Essential Tips for Touring Scotland

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