During a culinary trip to Scotland, we visited Edinburgh and the Highlands, where we not only took in the peaceful scenery of rural life with it’s slow-paced days, but we also dove in to city life in Edinburgh. We dined on delicious meals, took a culinary walking tour with Eat Walk Edinburgh through the city, and participated in a cooking class while in the Highlands. Scotland surely didn’t disappoint, and your foodie clients would enjoy a trip filled with tasty treats. For clients heading to London, they can easily access Edinburgh via a 4-hour train ride aboard a Rail Europe. And, if you’re sending them to the Highlands, book it for the end of their trip, as it’ll be a peaceful retreat after much sightseeing.
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