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home to Scotland's longest high Street and with a host of independant shops to browse!
the capital of Strathearn situated in one of Scotland's most beautiful and unspoiled areas.
one of the gems of Perthshire with it's own Cathedral.
a delightful Victorian town nestling in the Perthshire Highlands.
Access to Perth is excellent. We're just off the A9 trunk road through Scotland.
For a wider look at the area, load our Perthshire Map and choose your destination!
Details of all items mentioned on this page are available from the local Tourist Office
Scottish Tourist Board
ncomparably set on the banks of the River Tay, the fair city of Perth is home to a fine
a well-stocked reference library and the oldest established
Repertory Theatre in Scotland.
It should come as no surprise to discover that this charming town has been awarded many impressive accolades, not least of which is the Best Quality of Life in Britain award.
There is also an excellent choice of Executive Apartments for those extended business trips or perhaps you may prefer the more relaxed atmosphere of a beautiful Victorian Lodge House. What ever suits your needs, the Fair City of Perth has it all!
Bankfoot, only a few minutes drive north of Perth, is home to the Scottish Liqueur Centre offering a mouth watering selection of hand made liqueurs and chocolates. Their Visitor Centre also stocks an impressive range of quality hand crafted Scottish gifts, all of which may be purchased at their on line store. There is also a gallery of Scottish Artwork.
Scone also boasts a popular National Hunt Racecourse where you can spend a pleasant afternoon at the races!.
The Southern Perthshire Tourism Association represents the area of Auchterarder, Greenloaning, Braco, Blackford, Gleneagles, Glen Devon, Aberuthven, Dunning and Forteviot who provide holiday accommodation, eating out, places to visit, shops and local services. It is a wonderful base for a holiday with easy access by road or rail to many parts of Scotland. The steep sided glens of the Ochil Hills have long been popular with walkers and protect the valleys of Strathallan and southern Strathearn.
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