Scotland Voted ‘the Most Beautiful Country in the World’

In Event Management Scotland by Lee1 Comment

Whoever said ‘the grass is always greener on the other side’, has clearly never visited Scotland.

Our country’s iconic ‘craggy castles and deep lochs, lively cities and wild glens’ are the reason why tourists have voted Scotland as ‘the most beautiful country in the world.’ Globally accredited travel writers – Rough Guides – asked their readers to cast their votes. And our wee beauty was ranked higher than the wondrous sites of Indonesia, South Africa, Italy, New Zealand and Canada. Now that’s something to be patriotic about.


Local news sources such as the Guardian, the Scotsman and STV have predicted an influx of curious tourists to Scotland following this remarkable accolade. 2018 could see a surge in people immersing themselves in our country’s spectacular culture, history and landscapes. And as local experts based in the heart of the capital, we’ll be proud to welcome anyone who’s ready for a true Scottish adventure. (Just don’t blame the weather on us if it’s not blue skies and sunshine – you can’t have it all!).

Are you looking to discover the wild beaches of the west, the Munros of the Highlands, or the cityscapes of the Central Belt? We have experience climbing to the summit of Ben Nevis, walking the West Highland Way, paddling the Western Isles, cycling the length of Loch Lomond and more. Breaking Strain Events create the perfect bespoke treks, adventures and challenges to ensure that visitors have the opportunity to see rugged Scotland the right way. And that’s not through the clammy window of an over crammed tour bus. That’s by venturing off the beaten track into the great outdoors for a cycle, a run, or a hike – and exploring Scotland outside the comfort zone. Get in touch to plan your trip today.


  1. My favourite part of Scotland is my wee Scottish family
    My favourite place in the world is the unspoilt & breathtaking west coast beaches, brimming with memories that could never be surpassed in awe & wonder… rock pools, white sands rich with shells, & wildlife that roams forever free… My favourite sound in the world – Scotland the brave played on the bag pipes…
    A wetsuit & some water/wind proof clothing ensures that your visit is nothing short of perfection

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