SCOTLAND TRAVEL GUIDE

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Scotland is not only a land of shepherds Braveheart, haggis and sheep. It is filled with castles, lochs and stunning mountains, beautiful parks, and locals welcome. If you spend time in the bustling city, you can visit the University of Glasgow, Edinburgh gaze from Arthur’s seat or walk through one of the many museums of the country. Wherever you are, you will find yourself busy with culture and rich history. Make sure you visit the plateau for some of the most stunning and famous landscapes in the world.

Typical costs
Accommodation-Hostel dorm rooms cost from 20-40 GBP per night. A private room in a hostel can cost up to 80 GBP per night, with an average of 65 GBP. Budget hotel rooms a double bed and a private bath start at 70 GBP per night.

Food-eating out in Edinburgh, Glasgow can be inexpensive if you stick to the pub. A regular meal will cost around 10 GBP including a drink. The fish and chips can be found for about 6 GBP. Nice sit down restaurant with table service will cost GBP 20 per meal plus drink. If you buy groceries, you will spend 40 GBP per week.

Shipping costs-the bus is not expensive in Scotland. You can also take the bus a backpack across the country as the hop on hop off.

Activity-all public museums is free to enter, although some special exhibition costs about 6 GBP. Most of the main tourist attractions like Edinburgh Castle cost around 16.50 GBP. Day trip to the country from Edinburgh and Glasgow in the range from 20 to 125 pounds, depending on the length of the tour. You can find free walking tours in the big city.

Money saving Tips
Each city walking-walking is the best way to see every major cities as they are compact enough to travel by foot.

Food in the pub-the best food is often in the pub and you’ll pay a fraction of the price than you would in a restaurant. In addition, the pub usually give you a true taste of Scottish culture. Scotland is publand.

Free access to the Museum-public museum in Scotland is free-take advantage.

Picnic in the park-there are many parks in Scotland, and almost all are free to join. Take advantage of this free outing-bring your lunch and enjoy the Lakes, rivers and nearby the Castle.

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