Cairnpapple Hill is one of the most important prehistoric sites in mainland Scotland. It was used from about 3,000 BC to 1400 BC firstly as a ceremonial site then several centuries later as a burial site. From the summit of Cairnpapple Hill we can enjoy stunning views over central Scotland, and as far as Goat Fell, on Arran, on a good day. Midway between Edinburgh & Glasgow
Hadrian's Wall, England...constructed in 122 AD to mark the northern border of the Roman Empire in Britain, the wall stretched across the width of Great Britain just south of the present day border with Scotland.
The medieval center of St Andrews ~ consists of a series of narrow alleys and cobbled streets. The famous opening sequence of "Chariots of Fire" was shot at St Andrew's magnificent West Sands Beach, Fife, Scotland