A friend of mine are thinking of travelling, for three weeks or so, to Scotland (though we wouldn't mind Ireland, either) and considering our preferences and limitations, I wanted to ask you about it.
My friend and I, we are: two girls, 24 years old, art students, suuper chill, no hard partying required at all, but meeting (preferably nice, ha) people over a drink or a good burger or whatever is aaalways a happy occasion, nature is a must but we would like a bit of city as well, and to visit more than one place, move around a little but we no backpacking, exactly. And last but definitely not least, we are looking for it to be as inexpensive as possible, accepting all the sacrifices this might entail, of course. You can't have everything. Oh, and we would stay about three weeks, in July (my friend isn't the biggest fan of cold cilmates, but depending on what you tell me I might whisper it between coughs and move on to a different subject very quickly).
Oh, and if there are some festivals or cool events that you know of... Of course we will do our own research further along, but we are just brewing this whole thing, so maybe you can point something out for us?
Considering aaall of this, do you think some kind of trip to Scotland/Ireland is viable, altogether? Maybe there is no inexpensive for three weeks in these places.