Maps Attractions Scotland
Maps Attractions Scotland pinpoint all the sites of Edinburgh and Scotland, things to see and places to visit.
Edinburgh city centre extends approximately 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometres) from west to east and the same south to North. The City Centre and Royal Mile are the main shopping areas and where the main attractions can be found.
The Maps cover all areas including Edinburgh city centre, Royal Mile, Grassmarket, New Town, Old Town, Southbridge,
North Bridge, Princes Street and Gardens, Mound, Calton Hill. Edinburgh Suburbs with things to see are Stockbridge, Leith, Broughton, West End Village, Haymarket, Dalry, Bruntsfield, Morningside, Colinton Village, Portobello, Newington, Dean Village, South Queensferry and Cramond Village.
Each of the maps Pinpoint places of interest in Edinburgh and Edinburgh Suburbs. There are also maps that cover other areas of Scotland, with routes from Edinburgh to Stirling, Glasgow, Argyle, Highlands, Islands, Inverness, St Andrews and Fife. I have tried to cover all the main tourist sites and some that are worth a look. Distilleries, Castles, Famous peoples birthplaces, World engineering sites, Sculptures, Battle site, Nature Reserves and monuments. Click on the boxes to be taken to the pages with more details.
Scotch Whisky Trail
Edinburgh to Macallan Estate near Dufftown Speyside, Click on map to go to an interactive google map of the route.
Places you will pass or go through.
Edradour Distillery (smallest traditional distillery in Scotland)
Killiecrankie (famous Battle site)
House of Bruar
Macallan Distillery Estate
Dufftown Whisky and Heritage Centre
The Whisky Castle and Highland Market (Tomintoul)
Jimmy Shand Statue (Auchtermuchty)
St Andrews Castle
St Andrews Golf Club
St Andrews Cathedral
St Fillan's Cave
Elie Ness Lighthouse
Robinson Crusoe Statue (Andrew Selkirk's Birthplace)
Alexander III Memorial( where he died)
North Queensferry (Deep Sea World)