Scotland (Eyewitness Travel Guide)
From the archaeological treasures of the Shetlands to the elegance of Edinburgh's New Town, this guide to Scotland takes you all the way from the Borders to the Highlands and Islands. Cutaway maps and 3D models allow you to explore historic hideaways and tips are included on the best bars.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published March 19th 2012 by DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
(first published October 1st 1999)
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I love the Eyewitness Travel guides. They're clean, regularly updated, and give the highlights of what a traveller should consider seeing when they visit a country. Now that I am moving to Scotland, I figured I should pick up a copy to help me figure out my bearings and plan a year of activities and trips!
This book is a thin book that gives you the highlights of things to see and do in Scotland. Good for an overview, but since it is not very indepth, I would recommend getting another guidebook if you are trying to plan a trip to Scotland. It is a good supplement I guess.