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Why and how visit Scotland?

We can travel on many ways, looking for different wthings in new places. If we are visiting Scotland we can travel trough this country by different categories. The most interesting is watching this country from a... kilt's "point of view". But what does it mean?  If we are thinking about Scotland the first thing that comes into our mind are kilts, that's why it is so important.



Kilt is almost a symbol of Scotland and can be seen everywhere there - not only as someone is wearing it, but also as a type of gadget or at paintings. Although kilt is of course Scotland's national dress. So you can visit many places that are connected to this item - from sheep husbandry to hundred years old tailor shops. Where should we start? The best choice is to visit Glasgow or Edinburgh.

In Edinburgh we can go to Tartan Weaving Mill and Exhibition, where many years ago was Castle Hill reservoir - water supply for people living at Royal Mile. The mill is run by Geoffrey Tailor Kilt Maker. At the exhibition tourists might see the whole process of making kilt - starting at shearing sheep ending at the last sewing part of single kilt. The most attraction here is that visitors wear full highland dress and might buy a photography of this special moment.

The first town, Glasgow, can also amaze us with its kilt associated attractions. We should visit Kintail Master Bagpipe & Kilt Makers, where they also would be happy to show us a smaller scale kilt production. This attraction is for people interested in having a quite private look at the kilt sewing process, which is not like a big factory. Smaller space, but also attractive.

When visiting Scotland in spring you might want to go on the Kilt Walk which is 26 mile sponsored walk from the Hampden Park to the shores of Loch LomondFree Web Content, Balloch. To make this list more complete we can also add here The Lochcarron Visitor Centre. Once again it would be looking at the process of making kilts from spinning the yarn to finished product that can be worn. This mill is actually working and at Fridays it is out of work and can't be visited.

If you like travelling and Scotland is your favorite country it is worth to visit it from a different point of view and make this one trip a themed one. By knowing places kilts related you are knowing its history and the whole country.

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