Three Scots destinations make Time Out’s list of best places to visit next year


THREE Scots destinations have been named as some of the best places to visit in the UK.

Time Out compiled a list of the best villages, towns and cities in the country.


Orkney was named on Time Out’s list of top destinationsCredit: Visit Scotland
Edinburgh Christmas Market at night


Edinburgh Christmas Market at nightCredit: Alamy
Kelvin Bridge and the Lansdowne Parish Church on Great Western Road, Glasgow


Kelvin Bridge and the Lansdowne Parish Church on Great Western Road, GlasgowCredit: Alamy

Glasgow came in at number six on the list, with Edinburgh at number nine and Orkney at number 12.

Experts describe Glasgow as a “mecca of electronic dance music”.

Time Out added: “If dancing to save the planet isn’t reason enough alone to visit in 2023, consider too Glasgow’s first-class vegan food scene led by the likes of Mono, Sylvan and The Glad Café, and cultural treasures such as freshly refurbished art gallery the Burrell Collection in Pollok Country Park.”

Edinburgh was hailed for its castle and green space, with Time Out previously naming the capital as the best city in the world.

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They added: “Edinburgh is one of those places that’s small and interesting enough to walk around and see where the day takes you – from exploring the nooks of the Old Town to browsing the trendy independent shops of Stockbridge.

“The Scottish capital also has a ton of nice-looking new hotel openings for you to rest your head.”

Meanwhile, Orkney was commended as “an otherworldly archipelago of more than 70 islands.”

The review added: “Orkney boasts Britain’s largest concentration of prehistoric monuments and is worth a trip on that basis alone – but there’s plenty more to explore.

“Four causeways, officially named the Churchill Barriers, link the mainland (that’s an Orcadian island, not the Scottish mainland) with Lamb Holm, Glimps Holm, Burray and South Ronaldsay, making onward travel a doddle.”

We told how an American tourist who stayed in Glasgow for a month revealed he had to do some research on items included in a Scottish breakfast before giving it a try.

Eric Bloomberg, who runs the TikTok account @ericbloombergtravels, travelled across the city on a budget exploring different neighbourhoods.

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