Scottish experiences


Scotland has more than 600 golf courses, including renowned championship courses such as Loch LomondTurnberry, Mar Hall and Gleneagles.

Prestwick Golf Club, the Birthplace of the Open Championship, is situated on a stretch of golfing terrain unrivalled in the world and is a must play for any discerning lover of the game. While Dundonald Links despite having only opened eight years ago, has established a reputation as one of Scotland’s finest courses.


Sample the "water of life" and take a tour of a whisky distillery. Auchentoshan and Glengoyne distilleries are within easy reach of the city.

Glasgow is also famous for its whisky bars, with some of the finest collections of malt whisky in Scotland. Visit our distilleries and breweries feature for some of the best places to enjoy our national drink in Glasgow.



Walking is one of the best ways to experience Scotland's most beautiful locations. There are lots of options to choose from whichever type of walking you prefer - gentle country strolls, coastal walks, long distance treks or mountain hiking.



Learn the history of the bagpipes or even try for yourself with a piping lesson at The National Piping Centre in Glasgow.

Ceilidh dancing

Another enjoyable Scottish tradition is ceilidh dancing. Ceilidhs often form part of a conference social programme, or you can join in the fun at one of the city's ceilidh venues, such as the Friday Ceilidh at Sloans - Glasgow's oldest bar & restaurant.