Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice. Find more advice on exploring Scotland during Covid-19 on our dedicated page.

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Loch Fyne just before sunrise taken from Inveraray


Welcome to Scotland

Scotland. The country you love needs you.

You might only be able to travel locally, but it can still make a big difference. Discover a little slice of magic right on your own doorstep with long walks and local produce picnics.

Scotland's Covid-19 advice from Friday 2 April is to Stay Local. Check the Covid-19 restrictions for more information on current restrictions and to plan your future trips.

Before long, we'll all be able to explore a little further and experience the countryside, hills and landscapes anew, with awe-inspiring landmarks and coastal seascapes for the perfect break.

When we do explore, we'll be heading out responsibly. Getting off the beaten track and away from busy spots, parking properly, closing gates and tidying up after ourselves.

Once we've had our countryside fill, it's time to head into one of our seven cultural cities, with their iconic attractions, relaxing accommodation choices, and innovative bars and restaurants, which can provide sit-in, delivery or takeaway options, depending on current restrictions.

Why not head out on a coastal seaside retreat with miles of sandy beaches on your doorstep during Scotland's Year of Coasts & Waters? Or a glamping escape deep in the countryside with acres of space and time to reconnect with loved ones?

After all, we deserve some quality time to ourselves, and with our friends and family. So there's really no limit on the short breaks and trips away in Scotland we'll be taking in 2021, and beyond.


Search our site for businesses to plan and book ahead with 'We're Open' and 'Good to Go', to see who has carried out a COVID-19 risk assessment.