Discussion in 'TalkCeltic Pub' started by Minty, Jun 11, 2019.
Discuss Scotland voted world’s most beautiful country in the TalkCeltic Pub area at TalkCeltic.net.
Hardly a surprise for anyone who has traveled North of Stirling services tbh
It only has to become a real country now
Caveat, key one at that, is that this was voted on by readers of a British travel magazine. Moreover, England ranked 8th while Switzerland 15th and France not even listed tells you quite a bit
Scotland is a beautiful country and should rank highly in any list of this sort.
Most countries are beautiful if you never see the utter shiteholes and slums.
Take these * to the deprived areas of the major towns and they’d change their tunes.
* obviously dodged Govan.
The Highlands are unreal,amazing scenery,plenty of priceless space,amazing Wildlife,friendly people,a special atmosphere and Single Malt.
If you want Horror go to Govan and see the Walking Dead but i will stick to the Highlands
No surprise, usually is there or thereabouts in these things!
Especially if you haven't travelled further south than Blackpool. Scotland is good for people that like hills and fir trees though, I suppose.
Proud of this braw wee country
Scotland is absolutely mind blowingly stunning and the fact we placed first is no surprise.
First time I went up to Skye last year and the sun was splitting the trees it took my breath away driving round the Island. Even driving 20 mins away from Glasgow City Centre you hit beautiful scenery.
It just so happens whilst being the most stunning country in the world we’re also the most self deprecating and bash * out ourselves at every opportunity.
Also why we have the best comedians.
Is Larkhall part of our beautiful country ?
Moved to Renfrew last year and learned to drive. Didn't realise how easy, quick, simple it is just to go 20minutes out the city and you hit all that beauty.
Took a drive up to Glenfinnan Viaduct the other week, low clouds and a little fog around meant couldn't see the top of the monro's, breathtaking. I've been to some good places in Scotland, but it is only recent that I've appreciated it a lot more.