How do you plan a road trip in Scotland?
How to plan a Scotland road trip
- Decide where to road trip around Scotland. So where in Scotland are you going to go?
- Step 2 – Plot your Scotland road trip.
- Step 3 – Find the best places to visit on your Scotland road trip.
- Step 4 – Choose your stopping points for the night.
- Step 5 – Plan your Scotland road trip route.
Where should I stop when driving to Scotland?
A830 (Fort William to Mallaig) – Road Trips in Scotland. Glenfinnan Viaduct and Monument.
How can I see Scotland in 10 days?
So, how to spend 10 days in Scotland?
- 1) Edinburgh (2 days)
- 2) Scone Palace and going to the Highlands (1 day)
- 3) Glenfinnan and Fort William (1 day)
- 4) Glencoe Valley (1 day)
- 5) Loch Ness (1 day)
- 6) the Isle of Skye (2 days)
- 7) Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park (1 day)
- 8) Glasgow (1 day)
Where do you stop on the way to the Lake District?
Best road trip from London to the Lake District: 8 places you can’t miss
- Oxford. The University of Oxford.
- The Cotswolds. Walking the Cotswolds Way.
- Stratford-upon-Avon. Anne Hathaway’s Cottage in Stratford-upon-Avon.
- Warwick Castle. Warwick Castle.
- The Peak District.
- Forest of Bowland.
Do you need an international driver’s license in Scotland?
A driver’s license is the other requirement. You do not need an international driver’s license. For non-EU visitors, your domestic driver’s license allows you to drive in Scotland for up to a year provided it is in English or has an English translation. You must also have a valid passport.