View Britain is here to give a valuable insight into the best areas of Britain. There is so much to see and explore in Britain; home to some of the world’s most stunning natural landscapes and traditional heritage.
We are proud to be a display of Britain’s beautiful countryside, coastlines, villages, scenic and historic towns and much more. All this should not be missed so here are our recommendations on things you need to know about when visiting each new place or even revisiting an old one.
If you are planning to visit Scotland to discover its beautiful towns and some of the best scenic mountain roads in the world, then driving to Inveraray is a must! Inveraray is situated on the northern shores of Loch Fyne and is easily accessible by A83 road. Driving from Glasgow, via Loch Lomond and Trosacchs National Park, it is a 58 miles drive or if you have taken our suggestions to visit the Luss Village on Loch Lomond, then it is a 32 mile drive that is going to take your breath away. We can guarantee that you will be stopping every 5 mins on one of those parking spots every couple of miles to take pictures and soak in the beauty of the small lakes and enormous mountains and valleys.
You can combine a day trip to both Inveraray and Oban on the same day as Inveraray lies pretty much halfway from Glasgow to Oban, a beautiful town built around the famous
The village of Luss is located on the banks of Loch Lomond and is one of the best places to visit if you are planning to explore the beauty of the Loch Lomond. The village has its own Visitors Centre where you can get tourist information, shops and refreshment facilities and also park your car to go on walks.
There are four walks that set off from the Visitor Centre which lead through the village and the surrounding countryside including the Quarry Path where slate stones were mined in the 19th century to provide roofing for the houses in Glasgow. The remnants of the slate mining are clearly visible with exposed stacks of slates and