Close your eyes. When the word Scotland is mentioned, what is it to you? Mist, lochs, castles, the sound of a bagpipe, the taste of a whisky, men in kilt, an accent to be cut with a knife... Your tour guide highlights Scotland, a land of clichés, as a mysterious, proud, rebellious, clan country. It is lived and discovered from the inside, and above all it is really worth a visit, especially since there is something for almost every taste. From the Borders to the Orkney and Shetland Islands, there are countless castles, palaces, noble residences, abbeys, dungeons, raised stones and prehistoric sites. These sites are part of magnificent landscapes, sometimes untouched by any human trace. The Highlands, the Hebrides, Cairngorms National Park, the Lochaber region or the Dumfries and Galloway region are all places where our planet shows its most beautiful face. And if you are looking for cities: visit Glasgow or Edinburgh, dynamic cities with exceptional architectural heritage. You can then take the time to taste a single malt, or to read again the books of Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson..