Itineraries for Homecoming Scotland 2014

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Make the most of your trip to Scotland by following one of our new Homecoming Scotland 2014 itineraries. Whether you fancy sampling delicious food and drink along Scotland’s Seafood Trail, getting active in the Highlands, relive Scottish history at the Bannockburn Visitor Centre, visiting iconic film locations in Edinburgh or getting closer to nature at Loch Lomond, you'll find the perfect itinerary for your tour of Scotland.

  • Langoustines, oysters and other seafood arranged in a bowl on a outdoor table with a view of the loch
    A platter of fresh Scottish shellfish, as served at the Cairndow Oyster Bar and Restaurant, Loch Fyne
  • Two people sea kayaking at Bow Fiddle Rock
    Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie
  • People working in the Heritage Hub - the Scottish Borders Archive and Local History Centre, Hawick
    The Heritage Hub - the Scottish Borders Archive and Local History Centre, Hawick
  • The Old Man of Storr - a rock formation in the Quiraing, a landslip in Trotternish Ridge National Scenic Area, Isle of Skye
    The Old Man of Storr, The Quiraing, Isle of Skye
  • Jupiter Artland, a contemporary sculpture garden
    Jupiter Artland
Land yachting on West Sands beach, St Andrews

Active

Scotland has a range of exciting activities and gentle sports so you can enjoy the perfect day in the great outdoors.

A circular chamber, known as the Dome, which houses registers in the ScotlandsPeople Centre, Edinburgh

Ancestral

Research your family history and connect with your clan or family association by following the ancestral itinerary.

The music room at House for an Art Lover, Glasgow

Creative

Follow this creative itinerary to explore Scotland’s proud creative heritage and flourishing arts and cultural scene.

Bill Spink with the Scottish delicacy the Arbroath Smokie.

Food & drink

Scotland's unspoilt habitats and varied weather are perfect for producing a wide variety of high quality fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, meat and much more.

A view of the sun setting over Loch Lomond from Rowardennan Pier

Nature

From vast, dramatic wildernesses to breathtaking mountain vistas, you’ll find endless, ever-changing landscapes waiting to be explored across Scotland.