4 Places That Will Make You Feel Like A Scottish Royalty

Traveling may mean a lot to other people, but for me, it definitely is one of the best ways to experience the magic the world has to offer.Through travelling, we get to breathe new air and reflect on how wonderful and beautiful the world is. You don’t really have to spend a truck load of money to really make your vacation meaningful, as all you need is to know the exact destinations that’s worth all your pennies.

Each country has its own flavor, and the sooner you know what your travel palate is looking for, the better. Out of all the places I have visited, one that has really hit me is the beauty of Scotland. What’s good about it is that when you visit it, you would not only be able to savor on its tourist destination’s exquisiteness, but you will also be able to visit places that really tell their own stories. This is why when people say that the United Kingdom is all about London, I completely disagree as nothing can compare to the preserved cities of Scotland.

Edinburgh Castle Feel like kings and queens by experiencing royalty like no other in the well-known Edinburgh Castle. Located at the top of a volcanic rock, visiting this castle would definitely give you that ancient feel you are looking for. This well-preserved castle has been a witness to numerous historical events in Scotland and this is one of the primary reasons why most people who visit it are magnetized by its genuine beauty.

Dunnottar Castle If you are still not captured by the ancient splendor of the Edinburgh Castle, the Dunnottar Castle will surely satisfy your royal cravings. Also known as the ‘fort on the shelving slope’, it is located at the north-east part of Scotland and like the Edinburgh Castle, it has also been a part of various Scottish major historic events.

His Majesty’s Theatre Nothing can be as majestic as visiting one of Aberdeen’s tourist destinations, the His Majesty’s theatre. This well-developed, conventional theatre offers its viewers the chance to savor a classy ambience. Different performances are shown, together with musicians who play magnificent orchestra. So if you are in the mood to just sit down, relax and enjoy, no single penny will be wasted with visiting His Majesty’s theatre.

St. Machar’s Cathedral One of the good things about visiting Scotland is that you are going to be captivated by its infrastructures. It is really amazing how the locals have managed to preserve many of their century-old buildings, and one spot that really captured my attention was St. Machar’s Cathedral, also located at Aberdeen. Surely, you’ll not only enjoy this cathedral’s design, but the peace and serenity it also offers. Scotland surely is a cultural heritage on its own. Not only does it offer tourists an extraordinary experience, but it also is inhabited bybeautiful people. This place is one of the proofs that the world is truly magical.

About the Author: Rome Beley is a travel ambassador and blogger from Jurnii’s Rv Rentals. They offer jurnii rv rentals and other services. Despite of her busy schedule, she never forgets to indulge in her wanderlust.