With Valentines Day round the corner, there will be a steady surge in the couples entering the wedlock in the coming days and as always Scotland will attract scores of couples who wish to tie their knots or yearn for romance and relaxation after a tough year. If you are planning to have a Scottish wedding in Glasgow and you fancy something extra ordinary then the Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour will be just right for you. This tastefully restored 19th century sailing ship berthed a Glasgow Harbour is hugely popular among the couples as one of the most sought after wedding venues. It has a seating capacity of over 350 guests for the wedding reception. The Trades Hall dating back to the 1790 one of the most important historical edifice in Glasgow makes a regal wedding setting and is especiallypopular among the rich and the famous.
Scotland will double up as a choicest honey moon destination as well for the couples. Choices galore and with the wet blanket of cold and snow is still lingering over Scotland, romance is in the air for sure! There is lot of leisure activities to choose from including fun, crazy and different in this destination and the best part is that no matter whatever you choose to do, romance is sure to follow.
Take a look at the many things and travel ideas that few even knew exists here. Scotland offers something for every style and budget. No matter whether the couples like to have the adrenalin rush of white water rafting or canyoning or wish to do something laid aback and enjoyable like nature trails, Scotland will not disappoint you. We at Travel Scotland have honeycombed the whole of this exotic destination to find the very best and exotic places for our readers to ensure comprehensive information on some of the best romantic travel options and hotels in Scotland to ensure a memorable trip that you will cherish all your life!