Welcome to Scotland

Scotland is known around the world as the home of the finest whisky and salmon, but there is so much more to Scotland’s unrivalled natural larder. Whether it is Angus beef for the juiciest steaks, delicious fresh oysters from Loch Fyne, or traditional shortbread, your clients can enjoy culinary experiences that perfectly complement the stunning scenery that rewards any who visit Scotland.

For city lovers, creative restaurateurs have inspired a vibrant food and drink scene in Glasgow, with modern Scottish cuisine that transforms traditional dishes like haggis into something unique. Edinburgh is no different, with an impressive collection of Michelin-starred restaurants. Both are fast gaining reputations as must-visit foodie destinations and are now easier than ever to reach, with excellent rail and air connections to the rest of Britain.

Explore Food and Drink in Scotland

Loch Ness, Inverness & Moray Speyside - Heritage, Highlands and Distilleries


An area steeped in 10,000 years of history and heritage, Loch Ness, Inverness and Moray Speyside  provide a stunning backdrop for a region which is home to so many historical sites, including ancient burial grounds, classic castles, single malt whisky distilleries and traditional kilt makers – all while being only a stones throw from the Scottish Highlands.

Edinburgh, Glasgow & Fort William – 5 day itinerary – FIT/Group


This itinerary takes in Scotland’s two major cities – Edinburgh and Glasgow – and also some iconic attractions, including an impressive castle, giant sculptures inspired by mythology, and the ‘World’s Greatest Railway Journey’.

Edinburgh, Inverness & Isle of Skye – 5 day itinerary – FIT/Group


This itinerary will give your clients a full taste of Scotland – showing them the capital city of Edinburgh with its international cuisine, world-class restaurants and outstanding attractions, before taking them to the East Highlands, the perfect place from which to explore the famous Speyside whisky region and the beautiful Isle of Skye.

Food and Drink Showcase: The Malt Whisky Trail


The Malt Whisky Trail links nine iconic whisky locations in Moray Speyside, Scotland, an area with the largest concentration of whisky distilleries in the world. In the picturesque countryside around the River Spey you will find many of the world’s most famous brands of single malt Scotch whisky but also the UK’s only cooperage, amazing whisky-bars and stunning scenery.

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