Klasing publishers CURVES Scotland Volume 8
Scotland is more than bagpipes, kilts and scotch. Fog, rain and cold for example. Wrong country for relaxed cruising? Not at all. The narrow, gently curving roads are legendary and annually attract hundreds of thousands of tourists who indulge in the charm of natural originality and a unique culture. This begins with the language: English is spoken everywhere as an official language, but the proud Scots love to speak their lowland Scots dialect and Scots Gaelic. Independence lives.
We embark on a journey into the mysterious. Weathered castles and fabled lakes attract us with their threatening and fascinating aura. In the Highlands we roll in the direction of the Cairngorms National Park, where thousands of red deer accompany our ambivalent feelings with the perfect soundtrack. Spooky. Escaping from the fog is difficult but we venture further towards the Isle of Skye. In the footsteps of the Vikings we do not really want to get out of our protective fun vehicle, only when we really have to. So at the latest at the next whiskey distillery. But only to sniff around because the fabulous North Coast 500 Route lures us back north, along the coast, for some soulful driving ...
A new CURVE. For the more daring.
- Fascinating photographic material of the most beautiful streets of Scotland
- Photographed partly from a helicopter
- Familiar perfect route recommendations and sightseeing tips
- An enjoyable journey through incredibly beautiful landscapes
Sit back, buckle up, scroll through and enjoy!
Including a poster with a route overview
21.2 x 28.1 cm
203 colour photos
12 coloured illustrations