part of the United Kingdom and home to the fabled Loch Ness Monster,
is often overshadowed by its neighbor England. However, it is a
very exquisite and fascinating area that boasts its own cuisine,
traditions and folklore. Its capital city, Edinburgh, is the second
most popular tourist destination in Britain.
The natural scenery of Scotland is breathtakingly beautiful. The
atmosphere is rugged and wild, boasting beautiful cliffs and waterfalls
as well as pristine lakes and hills. Scotland has a rich history,
and everything is be connected to it battlefields and historical
points of interest are very common.
Scottish food as a whole is very hearty and traditional, and Scottish
whisky is very popular. As for entertainment, traditional dancing
is widespread. A Ceilidh (pronounced kay-lay) is an informal night
of singing, dancing, eating anddrinking. Festivals and other events
are also popular Halloween originated in Scotland, for example.
by Liana Sharer