Honeymoons in Scotland

Rolling hills and beautiful scenery combined with a rich history make Scotland a dream honeymoon destination for those looking for romance.
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Scotland Overview

Capital City – Edinburgh

Currency – Sterling

Official Language – English

When to go - Scotland is warmest during the months of May through to September. It can be very cold in the winter months of October to February with lots of snow. 

Key Facts for Scotland

Capital City – Edinburgh

Currency – Sterling

Official Language – English

Flight time: 13 hours from Johannesburg

When to Honeymoon in Scotland

If you're looking for beautiful and breathtaking scenery with lots to explore, why not consider a honeymoon in Scotland? Scotland has stunning landscapes perfect for those who love to explore the outdoors, and fascinating cities such as Edinburgh, situated on an extinct volcano and full of history around every corner on the cobbled streets. 

Enjoy the delicious treats Scotland has to offer, including shortbread and crumbly tablet. Scotland is the perfect honeymoon location for those that want to explore the outdoors with so much to do, in a completely different environment to home. 

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Featured Honeymoon Resorts in Scotland

Honeymoon Tips and Articles

Getting Married in Scotland

Scotland is known for its beautiful rolling hills and lilting accents. Consider a honeymoon in the romantic destination of Scotland if you want lots of gorgeous scenery to explore, fascinating history to learn about and delicious treats such as shortbread and tablet. 

Marriage Requirements

Scotland

To marry in Scotland you may need to file notice, but you are not required to do so in person. 16 year olds can marry in Scotland without parental consent too.

Find out more here: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/regscot/getting-married-in-scotland/i-want-to-get-married-in-scotland-how-do-i-go-about-it.html