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Best place to live in Scotland in 2023

Looking to move to Scotland? Here are the 10 best locations to live in Scotland – according to our readers. Where do Edinburgh and Glasgow rank?

1. Edinburgh

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Edinburgh’s-Old-Town

Perhaps it is no surprise but Scotland’s capital city was the stand out winner with our readers when it came to the best places to live. Home to the Edinburgh Festivals, the Capital has a ton of amazing architecture, history and a buzzing arts scene to boot.

Scotland’s biggest city is also one of the best places to live in Scotland, according to our readers. Glasgow has a vibrant nightlife, plenty of culture, great shopping and attracts hordes of visitors every year.

2. Glasgow

Glasgow
Glasgow

Scotland’s biggest city is also one of the best places to live in Scotland, according to our readers. Glasgow has a vibrant nightlife, plenty of culture, great shopping and attracts hordes of visitors every year.

Very popular with tourists, the resort town of Oban sits within the Argyll and Bute council area of Scotland. Despite being small in size, it is the largest town between Helensburgh and Fort William.

3. Oban

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oban-scotland

Very popular with tourists, the resort town of Oban sits within the Argyll and Bute council area of Scotland. Despite being small in size, it is the largest town between Helensburgh and Fort William.

The West Lothian town made our top four of the best places to live in Scotland. Linlithgow is an ancient town that was the birthplace of Mary Queen Of Scots and is seeped in history.

4. Linlithgow

The West Lothian town made our top four of the best places to live in Scotland. Linlithgow is an ancient town that was the birthplace of Mary Queen Of Scots and is seeped in history.

5. Ballater

This Aberdeenshire village rates highly amongst our readers due to its beautiful skyline and stunning scenery.

The largest Island in the Inner Hebrides is one of Scotland’s most loved locations due to its eye catching landscapes, picturesque fishing villages and medieval castles.

6. Isle Of Skye

Isle-of-Skye
Isle-of-Skye

The largest Island in the Inner Hebrides is one of Scotland’s most loved locations due to its eye catching landscapes, picturesque fishing villages and medieval castles.

With stunning scenery, Loch Lomond offers an abundance of restaurants, coffee shops and beautiful parks. Our readers place it comfortably in the top 10 places to live in Scotland.

7. Loch Lomond

With stunning scenery, Loch Lomond offers an abundance of restaurants, coffee shops and beautiful parks. Our readers place it comfortably in the top 10 places to live in Scotland.

Aberdeen has plenty of mountains and an eye-catching coast to look at while it is said to be a great place to live due to its diversity, say our readers.

8. Aberdeen

Aberdeen
Aberdeen

Aberdeen has plenty of mountains and an eye-catching coast to look at while it is said to be a great place to live due to its diversity, say our readers.

9. Thurso

Scotland’s most northerly town is a fabulous place to live for those who love scenic countryside and traditional bars, shops and restaurants – so say our readers. It has got a pretty lovely beach too.

With its historic villages and underrated coastlines, many of our readers recommend Dumfries and Galloway as a great place to settle down in Scotland.

10. Dumfries and Galloway

With its historic villages and underrated coastlines, many of our readers recommend Dumfries and Galloway as a great place to settle down in Scotland.

Maris Lopez
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Hey there! I'm Maris, an American girl who is passionate about adventure, the outdoors and all things travel!
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