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The Best Scotland Itinerary and Map with Must See Places and Things to Do

Bubbly Tourist created this itinerary of Scotland based on a recent road trip. Whether you have 4, 7 or 14 days you can use our itinerary to identify the best places you may want to visit and things to do across Scotland. This post includes a map of our Scotland itinerary with key locations and total miles and drive time. We have also included the must see places and things to do within each of these locations.

Itinerary Map of the Best Places to Visit in One Week (or two) in Scotland

Best Scotland Itinerary: Scotland itinerary of Edinburgh, Oban, Isle of Skye, Highlands, Whisky Country, Stonehaven, and St. Andrews; bubbly tourist: best places to see in Scotland
Scotland itinerary of Edinburgh, Stirling, Oban, Isle of Skye, Highlands, Whisky country, Stonehaven, and St. Andrews

Our trip followed this map counter clockwise originating and ending in Edinburgh. It's almost 21 hours of drive time (over 800 miles), and that doesn't include any side trips. Each of the stops along this drive are discussed in detail below. Bubbly Tourist took two weeks on this trip with an average of two days per stop. We have detailed why each location was truly amazing and will highlight which locations are an absolute must see if you need to keep your travel time to one week or less...

Best Scotland Itinerary Continued

Our First Location: Scotland's Oban...

Bubbly Tourist's Best Scotland Itinerary details information on what to do and what places to see in Oban, Isle of Skye, the Northwest Highlands, Speyside Whisky Country and Edinburgh.


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Hidden Gems that are Off the Beaten Path

Along the way of our voyage across Scotland, we discovered some hidden gems that are worth seeing where we go into more detail than our itinerary.

Scottish Castles

This beautiful country is full of castles. What makes these 8 castles of Scotland a must see?

Scottish Distilleries

If scotch is your thing and/or you'd like to learn more, then you won't want to miss out on these distilleries.

Tips for your travel across Scotland


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