About the UK ::: Scotland
‘Bonnie’ Scotland is one of the most individual parts of the UK. Different accents in the shops and different names for beer in pubs are just two ways in which Scotland stamps its own personality. With its extraordinary scenery, there are forests and wild moors of upland Galloway and the vivid greens of Ayrshire’s pastures.
Edinburgh, Scotland’s historic and cosmopolitan capital is embraced by the scenic coastline and rich countryside of the Lothians. The writer Robert Louis Stevenson once said that 'Edinburgh is what Paris ought to be’. Its magnificent architecture shifts from the lofty buildings of the medieval Old Town, as they tumble down the spine of the Royal Mile, to the grace of the Georgian New Town. Yet within this sweeping elegance is a very compact city, making Edinburgh a friendly and wonderful place to live.
Scotland has excellent traditional training schools, hospitals and medical facilities.