Where do I travel in Scotland? I have mostly scotish blood and want to check it out. Is there a night life?

Where do I travel in Scotland? I have mostly scotish blood and want to check it out. Is there a night life? Where to backpack? Where to avoid?

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Where do I travel in Scotland?
    Whitburn

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    google "north coast 500" and stay in some local places along the way
    >I have mostly scotish blood
    uh oh. are you a septic who wears a kilt and eats haggis flavoured burgers on st andrew's day? if so just frick off or we are going to beat you up like that guy in transpotting

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    the nightlife is the block around glasgows main train station

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous
    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Fricking hate that. Still not nearly as prevalent as the "Irish American" whose one ancestor came over during the potato famine though yet still clings to it because it's his only identity besides being a hideous ginger mutt.

      https://i.imgur.com/UVphYlW.gif

      Where do I travel in Scotland? I have mostly scotish blood and want to check it out. Is there a night life? Where to backpack? Where to avoid?

      OP the answer you're looking for is the north coast 500 but you need to rent a car in Scotland. A lot of gays from America just public transport city to city, that isn't the way. Nightlife though Glasgow is superior to every other city. Edinburgh will be good if you only want to party with other tourists, or if you're under 23. If you're over 23 you're about to feel really old real quick when you go out because of it's university population.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I'm 27, you're telling me I'll feel old going out there?

        google "north coast 500" and stay in some local places along the way
        >I have mostly scotish blood
        uh oh. are you a septic who wears a kilt and eats haggis flavoured burgers on st andrew's day? if so just frick off or we are going to beat you up like that guy in transpotting

        >Where do I travel in Scotland?
        Whitburn

        Thanks I'll check them out

        https://i.imgur.com/sVRTBxd.jpg

        Now do yours

        https://i.imgur.com/xU4AGwH.jpg

        Frick out my thread autists

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >Im 27
          I went when I was 27 and felt old when I went out for sure. If you're there when uni isn't in session you might be alright because most of the people out will be tourists who can afford to go to Scotland and not brokepackers.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I can literally trace my family history up to the jacobite wars moron

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Wow cool guy you can trace where 4% of your DNA came from, fricking mutt.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Now do yours

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        .

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >Selling DNA data to megacorps
        >Paying for the privilege

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >+21 regions
        anon pls

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      you don't understand american culture
      european ancestor roots are for entertainment it doesn't matter how you feel about it

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    You'll want to visit Glasgow and Edinburgh, dundee isn't really worth bothering with and Aberdeen is absolute shit. Inverness is tiny and touristy crap.

    All the nice scenery is on the west coast, you can go up from Glasgow to loch Lomond then Oban (various stops in-between like the Falls of Falloch), then up to Fort William if you want to climb Ben Nevis. If you still need more places to go then head up to Aviemore and come back down through Braemar. You should probably also try and do some sort of boat tour.

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Anon don’t come here and start going on about your great grandfather from Dumbarton, no one cares.

    What do you want to do? How long have you got? Anywhere you want to visit for family reasons?

    Anyway. Edinburgh and Glasgow are the only cities worth dealing with. Edinburgh is pretty, Glasgow has nightlife. Don’t spend too long in urban areas, hire a car and visit the scenic spots from Argyll up to Caithness. Islands are a b***h to get too but offer some genuinely outstanding scenery and are quieter too.

    More precise recommendations need some details. Do you want to go up big mountains? See wildlife? Birds? Marine mammals? Visit Iron Age sites? Eat local seafood? Pull a ginger chick (or dude, I don’t judge)? Multi day hikes? Give yourself cirrhosis from whisky? Eat a deep fried pizza and macaroni cheese pies?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I'm also going to Scotland too

      I'm more into the history stuff so tell me about Iron Age stuff

      What exactly is there to do in Glasgow seems boring?

      >Pull a ginger chick
      This would also be very nice.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >what exactly is there to do in Glasgow seems boring?
        Just because it doesn't have a lot of picturesque stuff for your instagram doesn't make a city boring.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Ok, then what dose it have then?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        > Iron Age
        There are stone circles that are IMO better than Stonehenge plus you can usually just walk up to them (Callanish is one). Standing stones litter the place, occasionally someone finds one in their garden. There’s one in some soulless estate in Edinburgh. Old forts and duns (lake fortress) can be found everywhere. There are brochs - tower houses thousands of years old, some still in good condition eg Mousa. Skara Brae is a phenomenal historic site. St Kilda is a very remote archipelago where people in the 1930s lived like it was two thousand years ago

        Only problem - a lot of the very good sites are in the Western or Northern isles and these are a real pig to get to. But you could spend a month on the outer Hebrides going to these places and still not see it all. Two weeks would let you see a lot of world class stuff. (Got a fortnight in Orkney planned soon).

        >Glasgow
        Looks crap. Is chock full of soul and history. Go on the piss down the Southside or West End and report back. It is probably my favourite city in the world to actually live in. Edinburgh, on the other hand, is boring and crap.

        >Gingers
        heh. Go to any city centre or market town on a Friday night and try your luck in the pubs anon

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Gretna Green to get married.

  8. 1 year ago
    a Brit

    Glasgow is a much better night out that Edinburgh - excluding events such as Fringe etc.

    I can feel a real gritty soul vibrating through the cobbles of that city, as opposed to the tourist-trap atmosphere felt when wandering central Edinburgh.

    It is also just as historic, and good for sightseeing, having once been the ‘Second City’ of the Empire.

    See Edinburgh, sure. But experience Glasgow.

  9. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I spent a week there and that wasn't enough. I flew into Edinburgh. Did a day trip to St. Andrews. It was very nice and had a good student culture. My Scottish blood came from Inverness, so that's where I spent most of my time. Inverness is a quaint and comfy town right in the middle of the Highlands. That would be a great place to start.

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