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Scotland The Best 100 Places : Extraordinary places and where best to walk, eat and sleep

Author: Peter Irvine, Prepared for publication by Collins Books
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: 09-03-2017
ISBN: 978-0-00-818368-4
Pages: 232

Regular price RRP £12.99 - In stock special offer

Description

Peter Irvine, bestselling author of SCOTLAND THE BEST,
has selected 100 extraordinary places that epitomise what is
truly great about Scotland. This personal and diverse compendium is illustrated with beautiful and evocative images by some of Scotland’s best photographers.

Peter Irvine has drawn on a lifetime of experiences to create this list of the 100 best places in Scotland: reflective, magnificent and human places. Some choices may be surprising but all are exceptional.

This book is Pete’s ultimate collection selected from the hundreds of places that feature in the bestselling independent guide to Scotland, SCOTLAND THE BEST. As well as expert commentary, all 100 places include highly selective recommendations of where to walk, eat and sleep nearby.

Some of Scotland’s finest photographers have captured the essence of each place. From wild glens to ancient buildings, remote islands to vibrant cities, this is Pete’s list of the places in Scotland that you really should visit in your lifetime.

Reviews
  • ”'Packed with gorgeous photos of Scotland taken by some of the country’s best photographers this book is a planning tool extraordinaire.”Scottish Field
  • ”'Packed with gorgeous photos of Scotland taken by some of the country’s best photographers this book is a planning tool extraordinaire.”- Scottish Field
  • ”'The spectacular photographs featured in the book are accompanied by his unrivalled knowledge of Scotland making this a must have for both residents and visitors alike.”The Press and Journal
  • ”'The spectacular photographs featured in the book are accompanied by his unrivalled knowledge of Scotland making this a must have for both residents and visitors alike.”- The Press and Journal