Cheap Business and First class flights to Scotland
Why Visit Scotland?
They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder but you would be hard pressed to find anyone who did not find Scotland's myriad land and seascapes absolutely stunning.
From waves born of deep waters crashing upon ancient rock shores, to azure blue skies gazing upon marvelous medieval architecture still standing ever so strong, to golden shafts of warm sunlight shimmering across verdant green hills and valleys - Scotland is a treat for the eyes and nourishment for the soul.
Scotland’s rich heritage pervades our collective experiences through the charm of tartan patterns, the mysterious appeal of the kilt and the enchanting notes of bagpipes. Perhaps most importantly to many, it is also home to some of the world’s finest whiskies.
Must-See Scottish Cities
Scotland is nation of vibrant life amidst hauntingly desolate sceneries, of a warm, down-to-earth people whose present is shaped by a rich history made palpable by remnants of monuments and by natural locations spread across its varied lands.
These cities best give a sense of the Scottish character:
- Edinburgh – the Scottish capital is home to some of its greatest architecture and most famous landmarks. The view of castles and spires from Arthur’s Seat (a craggy hill) is awe-inspiring. The city is home to the famous Edinburgh Military Tattoo, which attracts participants and audiences from the world over.
- Glasgow – the largest city is also Scotland’s most metropolitan. It is a cultural draw for visitors from all over the globe. The Riverside Museum, which is Scotland's Museum of Transport & Travel, and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum are two must-sees. Entry to the latter is free!
- Aberdeen – home to the Highland Games. If you do not know what that is, you have to find out. The Games were the ancient Scottish way to discover who the strongest men in the land were, and it involves men throwing huge logs, tossing huge boulders and other superbly wonderful sights. Yes, the participants wear kilts.
Direct flights to Scotland from the eastern United States take just under 8 hours whereas those originating on the western seaboard take about 13 hours. Connecting flights are also available from different airports, and they can double your time in the air.
Some of the world’s biggest airlines fly the cross-Atlantic route to Scotland, including Lufthansa and United which operate the only non-stop routes from New York.
First-class passengers may enjoy country-specific meals that will introduce you to the cuisine of their destination. The food and wine can be better savored within plush settings, high-quality tableware and cutlery, and superior, personalized service.
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