Scotland is a fantastic mix of stunning landscapes, wildlife and wonderful local produce, combined with a thriving arts and culture scene, and topped off with a colourful history of epic battles and historic castles. The richness of its culture and heritage is nowadays matched by the vibrancy and dynamism of its academic and business sectors.
Go to the VisitScotland website to find out more about why Scotland is the ideal host country for EUNIS 2015. If you’re planning to stay on in Scotland for a break after the conference, you can also read all about the nation’s most iconic and recognisable symbols – the Saltire, the thistle, the patron saint, St Andrew, and the kilt – and once you’re here you can visit many attractions to find out more. Learn what wildlife to look for when you visit Scotland, plan a walking trip up a Munro, Corbett or Graham, and read about Scottish literature and the life of the National Bard, Robert Burns.