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Parks und Natur in Schottland

Erstklassige Parks

Botanical Garden
“The Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh is one of the world’s leading Botanic Gardens .Visitor can discover the Garden’s fascinating history dating back 350 years,learn about its planting and walk around 70 acres of beautiful landscape .”
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Park
“A beautiful stop to run, walk, cycle, play football/rugby/cricket, or just sit and watch the world do all of these.”
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Park
“This is my top recommendation for visitors, particularly on short visits. It's like being on a movie set with its iconic, surprising buildings. Climb the Tower to get 360 degree views over the city, sea and countryside. It's the best place to get your bearings after arrival.”
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Park
“One of Glasgow's most loved parks. It's a place for joggers, walkers, parents with strollers, and lots of students pretending to study as they enjoy the nature around them. ”
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Botanical Garden
“Glasgow Botanic Gardens is located in the heart of the city’s West End by the River Kelvin and contains a variety of plant collections, woodland copses and riverside walks as well as the famous Kibble Palace.”
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Park
“Lots of high street shops including M&S, Zara, Frasers, Boots, Superdrug. Also good place to pick up souvenirs at tourist”
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Nature Preserve
“A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Giant's Causeway should be on everyones bucket list when visiting Northern Ireland. The 40,000 interlocking basalt columns are a result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. (Check out the story of Irish giant Finn McCool to get the legendary story of how the Giant's Causeway was formed)”
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Park
“This is a fantastic space right down the road from our flat. (take a left out of the door and walk down the hill past the small roundabout, then up the hill slightly, keep an eye out for a small gate on the left, that will take you down into the gardens) It is a beautiful park in its own right, and also a great shortcut to Princes Street and beyond. It used to be my walk to work in the morning!”
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Spielplätze

Playground
“Its by far the oldest of the city’s parks and is an easy walk from the city centre. one of the parks main attractions is the people palace, a museum that tells the story of Glasgow from 1750 through the 20th century. It contains a display dedicated to remembering the dance hall at the Glasgow Barrow lands Ballroom”
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Park
“Urban green space featuring hiking trails, a playground, a lake, tennis courts, a cafe & brewery.”
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Park
“Park around the corner. On startdays 9 am there’s a Park Run starting from the top of the main green.”
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Playground
“Muddy Boots: Fun indoor soft play area plus outdoor adventure park. There’s also a cafe and restaurant. ”
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Park
“If you fancy a refreshing walk this place is for you. Plenty of routes, views, nature and sounds of water in the woods.Worth your time and exploring.”
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Zoo
“great to see all the butterflies and animals. Animal handling and feeding too”
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Park
“great views of Stirling Castle, lovely park in the beautiful area of Kings Park which is filled with tree lined streets & beautiful Victorian villa houses ”
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Café
“Great place to come to eat, or stop of at for a coffee. Fantastic children’s play area. Pick your own fruit ,in season.”
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Strände

Beach
“Take a leisurely stroll along the beautiful stretch of Aberdeen Beach. Renowned for receiving the Resort Seaside Award in 2013, Aberdeen Beach can be found by visitors a short distance from Aberdeen city centre. Aberdeen Beach has been recognised for its popular recreational and sports area and attracts many visitors throughout the year. You can access the Beach Leisure Centre, Linx Ice Area, a range of cafes, restaurants and a family fun fair. There is also a cinema, retail park and a fitness gym. ”
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Beach
“This location was promoted on a BBC tv wildlife programme as the best place in the world to see dolphins. ”
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Beach
“Iconic views of St Andrews. Great for families, jogging and taking the dog for a walk.”
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Beach
“Hold on tight to an inflatable banana for a spin round Elie bay or learn to canoe or windsurf. Bikes can be hired too.”
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Beach
“%th most beautiful beach of the world. Beautiful tropical colours. Make sure you aim for low tide times to get full benefit. Beautiful at any time but the colours really come out in the sun”
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Beach
“This is a 30 min drive down the coast into East Lothian. You can head East or West along the beach for a good hours walk.”
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Beach
“White sands, shallow shore, true bucket & spade experience. Try also Wee Ganavan, a smaller beach supersoft white sand still but with a bench & rocks to fish from.”
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Surf Spot
“East Strand Beach forms a continuum of sand, approx 2.5 miles long, merging into Curran Strand and Whiterocks at its eastern extremity. East Strand Beach is popular for watersports all year round, especially surfing. The beach is bounded by an impressive new pedestrian promenade and an extensive dune system hosting the world famous Royal Portrush Golf Course. Excellent views of The Skerries and the Causeway headlands. ”
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Wanderwege

Nature Preserve
“A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Giant's Causeway should be on everyones bucket list when visiting Northern Ireland. The 40,000 interlocking basalt columns are a result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. (Check out the story of Irish giant Finn McCool to get the legendary story of how the Giant's Causeway was formed)”
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Brücke
“This old and historic Rope Bridge owned by the National Trust is situated on a beautiful part of the north coast of Ireland. Team it up with a visit to Bushmills Distillery and The Giants Causeway for a perfect day out. ”
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Brücke
“Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge - brilliant for those that aren't scared of heights!”
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Nature Preserve
“Incredible views, surrounded by strange rock formations and the Atlantic Ocean. Great walks around the area as well. Free. ”
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Ski Area
“Great place to visit. Approximately 7 miles from Fort William Chalet. 2 minute walk to bus stop for Nevis Range.”
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Mountain
“One of our most well known mountains and a challenge if you’re a keen walker/climber!”
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Park
“A monumental feat of engineering, The Kelpies, two 30 metre high stainless steel sculptures, rose from the ground in 2013, towering over The Helix and the Forth & Clyde canal.”
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Mountain
“Iconic scenery and one of Skye most visited areas so is generally very busy at peak times of the day.”
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