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HoneyMoon in Scotland

Hello everyone, my name is Emilie and I come from France.

We are getting married in May 2020 and we want to organize our 10 day honeymoon trip to Scotland in June 2020.

I need your advice of all kinds :) activities to do as a couple, places of worship to visit, idea of ​​itinerary, places to sleep ...

We want to leave with our car in order to have the freedom to leave and return when we want and above all to be able to take as many things as possible with us.

We would ideally like to visit a maximum of things in 10 days, we love nature, walks, sport of all kinds, discover the culture of the country, meet the locals as well as their culture, but we would also like to have the "Honeymoon" effect by adding a "Luxurious", "atypical" side.

Looking forward to your advice, friendly :)

Comments

  • fishyprofishypro Member ✭✭✭
    Hi @guishka it sounds like you have a great idea for a honeymoon.
    Where in Scotland will you want to go? Boders, Perthshire, Highlands, West Coast, islands????
    If you can help us then we can help you.
    Is there anything that you MUST or WANT to see when you are in Scotland?
    Be a little more specific and then we can direct you in the right direction.

    Best regards
    Fishypro
    Best regards
    fishypro
  • guishkaguishka Member
    Hello Fishypro,

    We have no preferential place to visit. we would of course like to visit the Highlands, the island of Sky, visit the trossachs national park, Edimburg, Glasgow .. if you have ideas of places not to be missed, we are interested. We would like to find activities to do there. if possible book them in advance for some.
  • fishyprofishypro Member ✭✭✭
    Hi @guishka Your message is incomplete or is unreadable.
    Please comment again!
    Best regards
    fishypro
  • KumarinehaKumarineha Member
    Their are  Parkstone, Stonefield Castle Hotel hotels available and the Skye and Edinburgh are most beautiful places  to roam around.
  • YourScotlandTourYourScotlandTour Member ✭✭✭
    @fishypro, @guishka wrote; 

    We have no preferential place to visit. we would of course like to visit the Highlands, the island of Sky, visit the trossachs national park, Edimburg, Glasgow .. if you have ideas of places not to be missed, we are interested. We would like to find activities to do there. if possible book them in advance for some.

    I'd say that you've probably filled your 10 days with that list quite comprehensively!! 

    2 days Edinburgh, 1 day in the Trossachs, 1 day then getting to Skye, 1 day on Skye, 1 day to reach Inverness 2 days meandering through the central highlands to Glasgow for 2 days... 
    Bespoke tours.
    Whisky, Castles and Food a speciality.
    yourscotlandtour.co.uk
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