The Central Highlands Travel Guide


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Plan Your The Central Highlands Vacation

The Central Highlands are home to superb castles, moody mountains, and gorgeous glens that are best explored at a leisurely pace. The waters of Loch Lomond reflect the crags and dark woods that surround it, and attract those in search of a more romantic and nostalgic Scotland enshrined in the verses of the famous song that bears its name. When you finish a day of exploring, celebrate with a glass of one of the region's top-notch whiskies.


The Central Highlands Hotels

There is a wide selection of accommodations available throughout the region, especially in Stirling, Bridge of Allan,... read more


The Central Highlands Restaurants

Regional country delicacies—loch trout, river salmon, lamb, and venison—appear regularly on even modest menus in Central... read more

Things To Do

Things To Do in The Central Highlands

Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.


The Central Highlands Experiences


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