Destination Guide: Scotland
C&IT's sponsored guide to Scotland will help you find the most exciting destinations, hotels, venues, restaurants and convention centres when planning your next event.
From purpose-built conference centres in the cities, to exclusive castles in the wilderness or Royal Yachts moored at local waters, Scotland is the perfect destination to host any event, small or large. Its breathtaking landscapes, and innovative team building activities, both indoors and out, are stimulating and inspiring leaving delegates feeling relaxed and refreshed.
Scotland is famed for its gastronomy. Indulge your delegates at one of the country’s Michelin star restaurants, cook schools or Scottish themed restaurants.
VisitScotland has a dedicated team of people, the Business Tourism Unit who can provide you with information on all aspects of planning your event.
Scotland covers an area of over 30,000 square miles.
Scotland welcomed more than 2.5 million overseas visitors in 2009. Edinburgh and Glasgow rank only second to London in the UK in terms of the number of international association conferences.
Scotland has 5 International Airports with almost 20 million passengers using Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen each year.
Over 8,900 Scottish businesses, including exclusive use venues, castles, luxury hotels and visitor attractions, are part of VisitScotland’s Quality Assurance Scheme.
Over 700 Scottish businesses are taking part in VisitScotland’s Green Tourism Business Scheme with the aim of making tourism in Scotland more sustainable.
Dining with a view
At 1097m above sea-level the Ptarmigan Restaurant on Cairngorm Mountain is the UK’s highest restaurant.
Scotland is the true 'Home of Golf' with over 550 golf courses throughout the country.
There are over 100 malt whisky distilleries in Scotland.
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