Scotland's Highlands and Lowlands are the result of a natural fault line that runs through East Central Scotland. The Great Outdoors certainly lives up to its name in Perth and Kinross, with soaring mountain peaks, mysteriously deep lochs and some of the most spectacular autumn colours you will find anywhere. If you like fishing, hiking, mountain biking, touring and road cycling, you'll love it here.
Fife's castles make fascinating tourist attractions today, but they were built to serve a very practical purpose. Dunfermline was once Scotland's capital city and you will find numerous museums dedicated to preserving and explaining the region's history and people. St Andrews is the birthplace of golf and includes some of the world's top courses. Aberdeenshire is a prime example of why Scotland is so awesome. Incredible glens, sensational coastline and impressive culture are enhanced with incredible food and outstanding hospitality.
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