From whisky to castles, Scotland has it all
With a population of approximately 5.3 million inhabitants, Scotland is part of the United Kingdom, with England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Famous for its whisky, the industry contributes nearly £5bn a year to the UK economy. Renowned for its inventions, Scotland's has produced world famous inventions such as the television, telephone, the bicycle and penicillin among others.
Scotland is probably most famous for Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, which has 21 Munros including Ben Lomond, and Ben Nevis. The country has approximately 300 castles across a stunning landscape which is both mesmerising and emotive.
Aside from its whisky, history and stunning landscape, Scotland’s capital city is famed for the Edinburgh Festival, the largest arts festival in the world, taking place every August.