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While Scotland isn’t winning any prizes for year-round sunshine, it does give travellers the chance to experience all four seasons. Summer offers the hottest temps and long, sunny days between June and August, while winter will bring the cold, fog and snow between December and February. If you’re not a fan of the cold and are keen to make the most of your days in Scotland, we recommend visiting between March and August.
Beyond sampling haggis and shopping for your next kilt, Scotland packs a mighty punch when it comes to holiday activities. Take your pick from days spent exploring bustling cities like Edinburgh and Glasgow, enjoying some fresh air in the West Highlands, visiting the famous Loch Ness and sampling artisan produce in the Outer Hebrides.
Scotland offers travellers a bounty of experiences, from city’s overflowing with medieval history to roadtrips through lush countryside. Hire a car or camper and take your time meandering through green hills, stopping in at cities like Glasgow and Edinburgh before cosying up at coastal towns like Aberdeen and Dundee.