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Scotland

Scotland Scotland

Population: 5.295.403 people
Region: Northern Europe (Search on Google maps)
Capital: Edinburgh
Country Code:

Money in Scotland

Currencie(s): British pound

Language in Scotland

Language(s): English

Food & Drinks in Scotland

Experiencing the local culture is a huge part of travelling and trying traditional food is largely connected with that cultural experience. Visitors to the UK always want to eat fish and chips, Vietnamese pho is the big pull for travellers in Vietnam, and here in Belgium it’s all about fries. Supporting the local community is a really important aspect of travel. So please make sure you taste the national dish: Haggis

Tap Water: It's safe to drink tap water.

Religion in Scotland

From beautiful cathedrals in Italy to majestic temples in India, the world is filled with holy places that are important to the religions of the world. Maybe you are not religious yourself, or maybe you are visiting places where people celebrate different religions. Learning to look without gawking, see without ogling can be the difference between being accepted as a visitor, and being resented as an intruder. That's why we've written an article about the impact of religion on your travel plans.

This article also mentions how tattoo's, some style of clothing and other religous simbols can be extremely taboo.

Sex & Relationships in Scotland

Same-sex marriage (also known as gay marriage) is not legalized in Scotland.

National Sports in Scotland

While travelling through Scotland you'll be experiencing a foreign culture, rather than looking in from the outside as a temporary visitor. You'll discover new places, come in contact with new religions, explore intriguing destinations and experience culinary delights. You'll be immersed in a totally new culture .. and one aspect we shouldn't forget about is sports!

A lot of countries and cultures have an obsession with sports, almost reaching religious proportions. In this case, Golf is Scotland their national sport.

Other practical tips for Scotland

Timezone: UTC
TIP: Think about the time difference before planning your trip. Imagine you’re finally in Scotland – but all you want to do is sleep! Travelling into a different time zone can be a real burden. The only way to truly adjust in 24 hours or less is to prepare before you go, so check out our tips that outline how to quickly adjust to a new time zone.

Driving: Right-hand traffic.

Remember: this country uses the metric system. Depending where you're from - distances, speed, and liquid quantities might be differend from the system you're used to. Find out how you should convert this unit system.

Power adapters and converters: 230 V (50 Hz), Plug G
When travelling to Scotland, electronic devices might be necessary to document the incredible sights or to stay in contact with friends and family members back home. Most electronics like Phones, laptop computers and hair tools do not come cheap, so it's incredibly important to make sure your device is compatible with this type of outlets - 230 V (50 Hz), Plug G. You can read our guide about travel adapters and converters to determine which types you need for your next trip!

Weather: Currently overcast clouds, with a temperature between 11 and 12.2°C (51.8 and 54°F)

List of cities in Scotland