Edinburgh Castle on top as the most Instagrammable Scottish tourist site – Travel And Tour World

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Edinburgh Castle has found the top spot among Scotland’s most Instagrammable tourist locations, with an astounding 723,165 posts highlighting its hashtag on the social media platform. Glencoe comes in the second place, and Loch Lomond is in third.

Hashtag records in Instagram were studied to find out the most Instagrammable and beautiful destinations in Scotland. 30 well-known places in Scotland were evaluated based on Instagram data.
Besides the above three, Loch Ness, Cairngorms National Park, Arthur’s Seat, Ben Nevis, Isle of Arran, Eilean Donan Castle and Stirling Castle found their places in the list.

Edinburgh Castle grabs the coveted top spot as the greatest Instagrammable place in Scotland, featuring an imposing 723,165 posts making use of the hashtag, #edinburghcastle. Positioned on Castle Rock in Edinburgh, this castle is one of the most ancient fortified sites in Europe. It is a must-see place for tourists visiting the Scottish capital. A ticket for an adult costs £19.50 ($24.84) and the castle is open for visitors from 9:30 to 18:00 each day all through the summer.

Closely coming in the second place is Glencoe, with 607,634 posts highlighting the hashtag #glencoe. Situated within Lochaber Geopark in the Highlands, the profound valley and lofty mountains of Glen Coe were formed over times of ever-changing glaciers and volcanic outbursts, thereby shaping it as a picture-perfect place for travelers.

Finding the most Instagrammable places in Scotland presents an exclusive understanding into Scotland’s most well-known and attractive places for tourists.

From outstanding lochs and mountains to captivating castles opulent with history, these facts exhibit the exquisiteness of Scotland’s loveliness from tourists and residents, providing motivation for your next tour!

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