Find the cheapest flight to Scotland
The Emperor Hadrian built a wall to keep the people of Scotland out of his empire, but nowadays it is perfectly easy to get to Scotland and enjoy everything Hadrian missed. If you are flying to Scotland, you might be flying through one of the London airports to begin with and getting a shuttle up to one of Scotland’s two main airports – Glasgow International Airport and Edinburgh Airport. These shuttle flights can be extremely cheap, especially if you are purchasing a one way ticket and taking the train back. The best way to look into the various budget carriers which can get you from London to Scotland is to search on the Europe Cheap Ticket Links site.
In addition to the two main tourist airports in Scotland, Glasgow and Edinburgh, Aberdeen Airport also serves a large number of passengers because of the city’s importance in the oil business. The city of Aberdeen is not really on the tourist radar, but since it is such a busy airport you might look into flying in and out of the airport there if your visit to Scotland will be concentrated mainly in the Highlands.
More Information on Scotland
England’s neighbor to the north, Scotland is more than just one of the nations making up the United Kingdom. Scotland has its own unique identity and the Scots are fiercely proud of their culture. Edinburgh is the Scottish capital and has plenty of history and monuments to keep a visitor happy – and anyone who ventures beyond Edinburgh is rewarded with beautiful and rugged scenery, some of the warmest and most welcoming people you will ever hope to meet, and far fewer tourists than there are in England.