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    the north west coast, including the Isle of Skye is just spectacular. You can really have a good explore around here if you've got a car, but there's still good options for trains/buses etc. It's a wild and remote place and the weather changeable, so pack some wet weather gear - we had rain on and off but I think it added to the experience as the light and landscape looked different every few hours! (oh, take a good camera too!) over 8 years ago

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    Edinburgh is a great city, as is Glasgow.

    The Highlands are stunning - a drive through Glencoe, up over Rannoch and then heading to Glenfinnan or out onto the Ardnamurchan Peninsula is pretty hard to beat to be honest.

    I loved Islay - the distilleries are amazing, I adore Mull, Rothesay, and Skye. over 8 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Loch Ness, Loch Lomond etc. are beautiful. Drive around. over 8 years ago

    Answered by S V via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    We stayed on Loch Ness (rented a house) and drove around - Inverness has a lot to offer, Culloden (LOVE IT!), Cawdor castle, Clava Cairns, watching dolphins at Chanonry Point. Definitely drive around Glen Affric. Follow the Caledonian Canal. We loved Glencoe - and Mallaig. The Islands (Skye, Eigg, etc.) are incredible. One great website is TravelingSavage.com - beautiful photos, great advice, focused a lot on whisky ;)
    There are so many great places - 2 weeks is short!! about 8 years ago

    Answered by Jessica V via Site_iconTripping

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