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This year, for the first time, we will meet in Scotland! Come to Glasgow, a modern city, with a rich cultural heritage and warm, welcoming hospitality. It isn’t just us saying it, Glasgow has been chosen as the friendliest city in the United Kingdom according to a survey conducted by the consumer panel It is, therefore, not surprising that it is the third most visited city in the United Kingdom. A great public transport system, a vibrant nightlife and an admirable architecture thanks to architects such as Mackintosh make it the ideal setting to enjoy this event. At the
official guide to Glasgow, you can explore cultural attractions, amazing shopping, nightlife and the city’s must-see sights, such as the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, the medieval Glasgow Cathedral, the Necropolis and iconic City Chambers or Ashton Lane, a cobbled back street in the city’s West End neighbourhood.


And, if you can stay for a few more days in Scotland, why not visiting the charismatic city of Edinburgh, with an old town steeped in history and an elegant Georgian new town.

You can also try to catch a glimpse of the elusive Nessie, the most amusing monster in the Scottish culture, in the Loch Ness. You could also penetrate deep into the heart of Scotland to experience the Highlands. Stunning landscapes, legends and numerous castles like the Eilean Donan, the most famous castle in Scotland and one of the most photographed castles in the world, will transport you to scenes from films like Braveheart or Highlander. This castle is located at the gates of the famous Isle of Skye, the largest of the major islands in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. As the saying goes, visiting Scotland and not going to the Isle of Skye is like going to Paris and not going to the tour Eiffel.

And the options do not end here! You can visit the city of Stirling or St Andrews and the picturesque fishing villages of Fife. For those who love hiking, you could discover the deep valley and towering mountains of Glen Coe, walk up Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British isles, or go for a walk in Trossachs National Park and Lake Lomond.