Scotland is well-known for its spectacular landscapes, rich culture and history, attracting many tourists from all around the globe.
Scotland is one of the most popular tourist destinations within the United Kingdom, mainly for its beautiful landscapes and rich history. The country offers a look at several prehistoric ruins, ancient castles, and museums. This article takes a closer look at the most visited tourist destinations in Scotland.
Ayrshire County is located in the southwestern region of Scotland and is home to the Firth of Clyde, the deepest waters found off the coast of the British Isles. Tourists can visit historic, natural and architectural attractions in Ayrshire County. The Auchenharvie Castle ruins which date back to before the 1600s. Tourists looking for an experience in nature can visit the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere, the first UNESCO Biosphere in Scotland.