Make sure you don't miss out on these incredible experiences Scotland has to offer

The 20 most unmissable experiences in Scotland - according to Lonely Planet

Scotland has an infinite amount of incredible things to experience, sights to see and things to do, and knowing where to start can be intimidating.

If you’re gearing up to tackle the best that Scotand has to offer, travel guide Lonely Planet has ranked the 500 “unmissable experiences and hidden gems” across the UK, and this is the top 20 in Scotland.

Edinburgh is the birthplace of Harry Potter, and no street showcases that more than the famous Royal Mile, with its cobbled streets, narrow alleys, and historical stone buildings.

5. Discover Harry Potter on Edinburghs Royal Mile

Edinburgh is the birthplace of Harry Potter, and no street showcases that more than the famous Royal Mile, with its cobbled streets, narrow alleys, and historical stone buildings.
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The North Coast 500 brings together 516 miles of the most beautiful road trip you've ever been on - with stunning coastal scenery and the chance to do things like white water rafting and whisky tasting.

6. Buckle up for the North Coast 500 adventure

The North Coast 500 brings together 516 miles of the most beautiful road trip you've ever been on - with stunning coastal scenery and the chance to do things like white water rafting and whisky tasting.
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You'll find the Fairy Pools at Glenbrittle on the Isle of Skye - they are beautiful rock pools of the most crystal clear spring water you've ever seen, fed by a series of waterfalls from the Cuillin Mountains.

7. Hike to the Fairy Pools

You'll find the Fairy Pools at Glenbrittle on the Isle of Skye - they are beautiful rock pools of the most crystal clear spring water you've ever seen, fed by a series of waterfalls from the Cuillin Mountains.
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Visit Scotland says: "Mother Nature dealt the Cairngorms a hand full of aces." Boasting five of the UK's highest mountains, 55 Munros, huge forests of ancient native trees, waterfalls and wildlife.

8. Spend a night on the ice in Cairngorms National Park

Visit Scotland says: "Mother Nature dealt the Cairngorms a hand full of aces." Boasting five of the UK's highest mountains, 55 Munros, huge forests of ancient native trees, waterfalls and wildlife.
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