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    Welcome to the Scotland Travel and Tourism website

    The country of Scotland is a wonderful blend of a variety of different ingredients that have been thrown in to the mix over the centuries. Visit and discover Scotland's often turbulent history, her extraordinary inhabitants, the diversity of her culture and arts, and the countless other features dotted around the country which together make for a nation that is truly proud of its past and happily looks forward to its future.

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    Welcome to the Scotland Travel and Tourism website

    Come visit Scotland, and feel part of something unique, and powerful. Contact our experts on Scotland Travel and Tourism for further information.

Welcome to the Scotland Travel and Tourism website

Welcome to the Scotland Travel and Tourism website. We are here to provide you with all the information and links you might want regarding Scotland Travel and Tourism. The history of Scotland can be tracked back over ten thousand years to when the earliest inhabitants arrived. Contemporary Scottish history involves a number of battles with their neighbours, the English, such as the significant battle of Bannockburn , in which Robert the Bruce and his Scottish army finally bested the English.

This was followed by several centuries of continued tensions, and battles between the two neighbours continued, until the act of union in 1707 was signed and the agreement of a shared parliament united the long-time adversaries of Scotland and England.

Today Scotland remains an extremely proud nation, and though it is still a member of the United Kingdom, the people of Scotland have voted for devolution, have their own parliament, and typically think of themselves as Scottish rather than British.

Many travel companies offer tours around Scotland at a group rate only. Although this is cost-effective and therefore more comfortable for many people, a tour through Scotland as a single family is a unique and memorable experience.

If your family is of an adventurous nature, you would be best served to locate a tour-guide who will take only your family on a tour.

If, however, you choose to go with the more traditional group tour, try to ensure you get what you want out of it, rather than just follow the group. Please get in touch with us if you wish to know more about Scotland Travel and Tourism.

Please Note

This website has nothing to do with the old Dunfermline Guide website.

For more information regarding Dunfermline Guide please contact them directly.

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