‘Welcome to Scotland’ Guide

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No other Scottish visitor guide comes close!

With 800,000 copies, published in six languages, no other Scottish visitor guide comes close to reaching Scotland’s 3 million touring visitors. On display in strategic outlets throughout Scotland (including VisitScotland Information Centres) and a range of Scottish gateway locations, the Welcome to Scotland Guide can be found wherever there are visitors!

So, what are you waiting for? Put your business on the map, show visitors what there is to do in your local area. This widely read and accessible guide represents value for money; an advertisement, translated into five key languages, costs as little as 0.09p per hundred copiesTo view the current guide please click here.

The guides target the independent visitor to Scotland. That means everyone who uses either private or public transport, either for a fortnight's holiday, a short break or a day trip. This accounts for just about everyone...including Scots themselves. Because our guides are uniquely available in 5 European languages, in addition to English, they also have particular appeal to French, German, Spanish, Dutch and Italian speaking visitors.

Because the Scotland and Edinburgh guides are aimed at virtually everyone we print and distribute a combined total of 2.3million copies in 6 languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Dutch and Italian).

Very easy! The Scotland guide is available in prime locations throughout the Scottish mainland. The guides are on display everywhere that visitors go... Including Visitor Information Centres, Visitor Attractions, visitor accommodation, transport terminals, car hire companies, service stations, selected shops and shopping malls, and park and ride facilities.

To help you or your designer meet our technical specification for finished artwork we have produced Information for Designers pdf.

Yes. We are happy to design your advertisement free of charge.

We use paper from sustainably managed forests, as this is more environmentally responsible than using recycled paper. Our Guides carry a message encouraging visitors to recycle - ideally by passing it on to someone else, or disposing of it in an environmentally friendly way.