How can you go to Scotland?
That depends on where you are travelling FROM.
In the marjority Scotland has international airports, rail networks that link across the whole of the UK, Large ports for shipping and a road network again accessible from across the UK
Other people from Scotland go to South America so it is up to you, if you want to go there then go.
Of course Americans can go to Scotland! They can go everywhere else in the UK can't they? Pretty stupid question haha.
You could go to Scotland and take pictures!
About 19 hours depending on where in Scotland you wish to go.
All of them of the correct age. Education is a right in Scotland.
Scotland is a big place but from Edinburgh, 8-9 hours.
Scotland has 4 main airports where you could get a flight to rome. International airports in Scotland are Edinburgh, Glasgow, Prestwick and Aberdeen.
I live in Scotland and have never heard of them, they could be a small local firm however.
Scotland isn't a poor country and by law every child must go to school. I am sure there must be some home schooled pupils. Most schools in Scotland are free so even if the family is poor they can manage to get their child education and not go to prison.
The average flight distance is 3,110 miles, depending on where in Scotland you go to.
It depends on which part of Scotland you want to go to. The distance from Cardiff to Edinburgh is 385 miles.
Depends on your starting point.
They will probably go to Scotland on their world tour. I hope they come to the UK XD.
There are no ferries from Scotland to Cork. The other options would be to go from Stranraer in Scotland to Larne in county Antrim and drive to Cork, or drive to one of the ferry ports in England or Wales that go to Ireland and then drive to Cork. You could also fly.
England and Scotland share a land border, so you can travel between them by road or rail or you could fly. Ireland is on a separate island, so to go from England or Scotland to Ireland you would have to fly or go by boat.
When Ashley was in a festival in Scotland Edinburgh she said to good moring america I would love to go to scotland it's one of my favourite best places to go peace out - Ashley Tisdale !
I dont know the firgure but as College (or University) is free in Scotland it is probably a high figure.
There are many places where one can purchase Scotland Football Programmes. A good place to purchase Scotland Football Programmes is the website "eBay" or "Amazon" on the internet.
To get a position at NHS Scotland Recruitment of NHS Scotland Nursing Recruitment an individual would need to go to the same webpages and apply for a position online.
Justin Bieber has not been to Scotland although he performed two shows in Ireland on March 8-9, 2011. If he doesn't go to Scotland he will for sure be in the UK again. One user said: He Said on GMTV he was coming at some point soon.
if you were married in Scotland and now one of the spouses no longer lives there do they need to go back to get a divorce?
You have to be 18 years il
There's no reason why you shouldn't.
The west coast
St. Andrews in Scotland.
St. Andrews in Scotland.
one in scotland ..
St. Andrews, which is in Scotland.
To find available jobs in Scotland, a person can go to websites dedicated to jobs in Scotland such as Jobs In Scotland or Scot Careers. Jobs are also often advertised in local papers, so one could purchase a paper if in Scotland, or look at Scottish publication websites.
It depends which restaurant you go to. Most places in Scotland won't automatically add a service charge but it can happen.
Scotland is a country and therefore does not invent things. However if you go to the link below you will se a vast array of inventions by the Scotts
No their isn't going to be a premier for new moon in Scotland. Only in England! which is shocking but they can't go everywhere.
They are separated by sea and there is no bridge, so it is not possible to drive to Northern Ireland from Scotland. The best way is to go by ferry.
There is one land-border between Scotland and England. It takes less than a minute to cross it.
That will depend on your mode of transport
There are no direct ferries from Dublin to Scotland. You would have to go to Larne near Belfast, to get a ferry to Scotland, or go to Holyhead in Wales from Dublin. Going through Larne is a better and faster option. Flying from Dublin to Scotland would be even faster. As to whether you need a passport, that will depend on your nationality. Irish or British citizens wouldn't necessarily need one. As a general rule… Read More
If you go to Scotland it has a lot more beauty and if you are interested in walking, Scotland has a lot of walks. on the other hand England has better weather (but you can get good weather in Scotland too) and if you are English yourself then you probably wont understand what the Scottish are saying, when English say 'why' the Scottish actually say 'how'. in England it is more about the buses, in… Read More
go to Scotland and find out. sheesh!
Increasingly, like the rest of the UK.
yes at the university of Edinburgh,Scotland.
scotland, go look at a map and the Atlantic
Mostly sheep Scotland farms sheep and cattle. Huge exports go abroad from Angus, Ayrshire, Aberdeenshire and the Highlands of these animals.
this is Gaelic for Scotland forever. ************************************************************** Scottish Gaelic: Alba gu bràth. Irish Gaelic for "Scotland Forever" is "Albain abú".
People visit Scotland, to see the beautiful castles and loch's. They also visit Scotland, to see the mountains and Vally's. There are lots of people who go to Scotland for one thing, and one thing only, the Lock Ness monster. They visit the Loch Ness, in hope of finding Nessie.
In my most recent flight (Mar 2011) from London to LA we flew north over Scotland.
The driving time should be about 1:15 - 1:45 minutes depending on the traffic and what speed you go at.
Probably 3/4 of the children population go, and i would say theres about 2 million kids in the whole of scotland, so about... 1.5million? i know theres about a thousand pupils at my secondry school.
Most people go by train or on foot.
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