From the old town of Edinburgh to Glencoe and Loch Lomond – there are so many picturesque date spots for you to be wooed.
Imagine your kilted Prince whisking you off to the heather covered mountains for a date. Maybe you’ll visit a castle or a lodge in the highlands…the dreamy date options are limitless.
Again, reflecting on their good family values, Scottish men greatly respect their mothers and know how to treat a woman like a lady.
You’ll find it hard to resist the warm Celtic charm.
The epitome of Scottish humour is the man, the legend – Billy Connolly.
Of course if you’re in Edinburgh in the summer time, you’ll know that it’s famous for being the home of the annual Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
9) They’re Gentlemanly If you’re after a true gent, look no further.
Let a Scotsman take you by the hand and show you what it’s like to date a gentleman.
At a black tie do, men all tend to look the same – but you’ll always be able to spot the devilishly handsome Celt in a kilt.
10) They Know How to Celebrate Known for being the biggest and best New Year’s Eve celebration in the world – Hogmanay is something everyone has to experience once in their lifetime.
In fact, these porridge-eating and whiskey-swilling warriors won the public vote of being ‘the manliest nation on the planet‘, according to luxury grooming company ‘The Bluebirds Revenge.’ You won’t have to worry about your safety if you’re with a Scotsman – it’s in their blood to protect their clan and they certainly won’t be afraid of carrying you over the threshold! A Scottish accent is hard to resist and is guaranteed to make women swoon. The word ‘Scot’ makes you imagine a warrior poised and ready to commence for battle.
From the Highland Games to the Caber Toss – the rugged Celts certainly aren’t afraid of showing off their athletic prowess.
The celebrations begin with traditional Scottish bagpipe music, a haggis feast, singing, dancing and an evening of entertainment ending with a rousing rendition of Auld Lang Syne!