How Scotland is championing car-free tourism


Scotland has a lot going for itself as a tourist destination. England’s northern neighbor is best known for its starkly beautiful wide-open spaces, its crumbling castles, its historic cities and, of course, its whiskey.

Like elsewhere in the U.K., Scotland has a good public transportation infrastructure. Casual tourists who want to see the highlights of this nation are technically able to do so without renting a car or even hailing a taxi. But, like virtually everywhere else in the world, most visitors assume that exploring in depth requires getting behind the wheel.

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