- Edinburgh, Scotland’s majestic Capital, and the world's first UNESCO City of Literature
- The beautiful Scottish Borders, the home of Sir Walter Scott
- Scotland’s South West and Burns Country
- The romantic and inspiring Trossachs National Park
Discover the locations that stirred Scotland’s finest writers; including where Sir Walter Scott overcame his writer’s block, where Rabbie Burns was born, and the landscapes that inspired the romantic literature that began Scottish tourism.
Scotland is home to around 40 amazing book, storytelling and poetry festivals throughout the year, so you may wish to combine your visit with one of these literary events. They range from the world's largest book festival in Edinburgh to a scattering of smaller but perfectly formed events from Shetland to Wigtown and many places in between. The dates for these events can be found on the following website: www.bookfestivalscotland.com.