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Stirling

4
12 reviews

It's a cute hilly town with a castle and lots of beautiful buildings. All the streets are cobblestones. I suspect there isn't much more to do/see after 2 or 3 days. It's easily accessible via train from/to Edinburgh. Or, if you're a bit more adventurous, you could bike there like I did!

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    Falkirk

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    Linlithgow

    5
    1 review
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    Balloch

    4
    1 review
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    Comrie

    4
    1 review

    Saw a deer over here, and enjoyed the Munroes for hiking. Definitely a place to visit in Scotland.

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    Dunfermline

    5
    1 review

    Fab!

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    Glasgow

    4
    78 reviews

    So many great places in Scotland to suggest but from Glasgow you can do a day trip to Edinburgh and possibly one to Fort William or Oban and then explore Glasgow the rest of the time - there's anything and everything there and you will never tire of it.

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    Edinburgh

    4.5
    234 reviews

    Scotland's capital is charming, beautiful, & eclectic. You can spend days wandering the Old & New Towns. The definite must see is Edinburgh Castle, as with many major cities in the UK, there are great free museums should you encounter rain.

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    Dundee

    3.5
    10 reviews

    Dundee has a lot of interesting things to do for tourists, the Discovery ship, Unicorn

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    St. Andrews

    4.5
    10 reviews

    A relaxing, picturesque and friendly town. The skies were liquid blue.......a colour that I have only ever seen in Scotland.

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    Perth

    4
    8 reviews

    There is a reason why Cromwell thought this the 'best reformed' of Scottish cities and thus passed it by. Almost staid to the point of boring, but with a fascinating history.

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    Pitlochry

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Pitlochry is a buzzing little Scottish Town just of the main trunk road heading to the north of Scotland. It has been a tourist destination for many years and has a great range of accommodation and places to eat as well as a well respected theatre. It is the start point of a large 5000 people cycle race every year ...

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    Paisley

    4
    1 review

    Charming little town. Had lunch & did laundry here. I didn't plan a visit here, but it was close to my hotel. I wish I would have had time to explore... this is the type of sleepy town that you spend time getting to know. The kind of place you people watch and listen to the locals. Maybe one day ...

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    Largs

    4
    1 review

    A lovely little town on the west coast of scotland It has a Marina 2 golf courses, about 30 miles from the famous TURNBERRY links golf course the pleasure boats do the cruise to the other seaside towns on the coasts and the islands view from the front

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    North Berwick

    4
    2 reviews

    A cute town that is a leisurely 30+ mile ride from Edinburgh. If you tire yourself, it is easy to take the train back. The town itself offers lots of cultural and outdoorsy activities such as bird tours, a hike of the North Berwick Law and more.

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