See the variety of Perthshire in Scotland
Enjoy a fantastic time in the wonderful county of Perthshire. There is so much to do, you’ll be spout for choice. Take a walk in Perthshire this Autumn and discover why this beautiful region is known as ‘Big Tree Country’, home of the tallest trees, widest conifer and tallest hedge in Britain.
With over 250 miles of waymarked paths you’ll certainly have your choice of Roman camps, medieval castles and whisky distilleries where you can spend a great day out discovering all about the detailed history.
Once you’ve soaked up the stunning autumnal scenery of outdoor Perthshire, head into the city to find shops, cafes, restaurants, art galleries and theatres. Framed by two grand public parks and the striking Tay Street promenade, Perth is a lovely city offering the best in shopping, nightlife and culture.
Some Tourist Information Sites for Perthshire:
Perthshire is a wonderful county with so many places to visit including Perth City, Aberfeldy and Crieff. Yet there are many more opportunities for Tourist Information Sites in Perthshire, that could be run by you.
If you would like run your own Tourist Information Site for a Village, Town or City in Perthshire just visit JoinGreatBritishTourism.co.uk and get started today!
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