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SCOTLAND TRAVEL GUIDE
LanguagesEnglish, Scots and Scottish Gaelic
What to eatHaggis, neeps and tatties (turnips and potatoes), Scottish salmon, leek and tattie soup, Scotch pies, Lorne sausage, roast grouse, clootie dumpling (a Scottish dessert pudding of dried fruit and spices) and sweet Scottish tablet.
What to bring backSingle-malt whisky straight from a distillery (there are way too many to name), a kilt, Harris Tweed goods, thistle-themed gifts and a tartan scarf.
Fun FactScotland loves its myths and legends. In fact, its national animal is…the unicorn! Supposedly it was chosen, because the unicorn was thought to be a brave and powerful animal, as well as being the natural enemy of the lion, which just happens to be the national animal of…England. The unicorn and the lion now appear together on the royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom and Canada.
Important InfoFor more information on all necessary travel documents and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
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