SCOTTISH POET RABBIE BURNS wrote: ‘The best-laid plans o’ mice an’ men gang aft a-gley’. This is certainly true for even the most well planned trips in Scotland. Quite often your holiday will ‘gang aft a-gley’. And it’s generally the weather that sticks a metaphorical spanner into the works. Although the unpredictability of the darn Scottish drizzle is out of your control you can make sure not to skip on these locations during your visit.
Note: Place names located above the central belt of Scotland have been translated into Scottish Gaelic to help with navigation.