Buying Timeshare In Scotland

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Buying Timeshare In Scotland
« on: May 14, 2012, 12:22:08 »
Situated at the northern end of the British Isles, Scotland is a popular destination for tourists from around the world. With vast expanses of unspoilt countryside, the famous lochs, castles, mountains and beautiful cities, it is a country that has had a far bigger impact on the world around it than its size should suggest. Buying timeshare in Scotland is a great way to have a home away from home when visiting this fascinating country, and also provides a personal way of having an overseas property investment.

Scotland's most famous cities are Glasgow and Edinburgh, which are about an hour apart from one another. Two other notable cities further north are Dundee and Aberdeen. Anyone thinking of buying timeshare in Scotland should consider which part of the country they would  like to stay in. Life in Edinburgh or the other cities is very different to life in the remote highlands, especially during the winter!

For most people, Edinburgh will be the first choice when it comes to buying timeshare in Scotland. This cosmopolitan city has many wonderful attractions, such as the Castle which dominates the city from its elevated position. Other notable attractions include the Botanical Gardens, Saint Giles Cathedral, the Scotch Whiskey Heritage Centre and Edinburgh zoo. The city is the capital of Scotland, and there is no better place to be in the world than Edinburgh for the New Year celebrations known as Hogmany.

Whilst Edinburgh may be the capital of Scotland, Glasgow is its largest city, and is positioned on the River Clyde. It has its fair selection of impressive buildings and other attractions, with perhaps the most notable being the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, which contains one of the best civic art collections to be found anywhere in Europe. As Edinburgh is only an hour away by car, many people choose Glasgow when buying timeshare in Scotland as it is marginally less expensive and has better transport connections.

Dundee and Aberdeen are situated in the north east of the country, and also hold an interest for people considering buying timeshare in Scotland. The main reason for this, is that much better value for money is to be had here than in the two bigger cities. This applies not only to the price of property itself, but also to the cost of living. It must be remembered though, that being this far north means that the winter months can seem long and cold, and daylight hours are reduced to little more than eight hours on the shorter days. To compensate though, these two cities and the surrounding countryside will never seem prettier than when seen under a fresh falling of snow.

Another area popular with tourists, and by consequence those people buying timeshare in Scotland, is around Fort William. This area is dotted with holiday homes that cater to people wishing to experience the great outdoors and the activities that are possible there. During the winter, skiing is possible, and in the summer, mountain biking is growing in popularity. Ben Nevis, the highest peak in the UK, is also located nearby, and provides a challenging walk with spectacular views on a clear day once at the top.

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