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Steeped in history, Perth has profound royal connections and plays a crucial role in Scottish heritage. Its nickname, Fair City, was inspired by Sir Walter Scott's book The Fair Maid of Perth. Since the 9th century until the 15th, it was the capital city of Scotland. It was in the nearby Scone Palace where Kings of the land received their crowns. Historic buildings and stunning parks beckon you when you visit Perth. You will enjoy your stay at a hotel in Pert if you love both urban and upcountry trips. The River Tay that stretches 119 miles creates a beautiful natural arena, making Perth a riverside city. Don't hesitate to explore medieval castles and go hiking in the highlands. The Huntingtower Castle is the oldest castle in the city dating back to the 15th Century, bearing witness to intriguing Scottish historical events. There was a king who was held captive in Huntingtower Castle for 10 months and another queen once inhabited the place. Today, visitors are allowed to explore the well-maintained grounds and painted ceilings. Take a taxi or any public transport to learn local history. Check on eDreams the available hotel in Perth near Huntingtower using the powerful search box. See the list of recommended hotel deals and compare prices.

What must I see in Perth?

A short walk to the outskirts of Perth takes you to Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park, the first official woodland park to be established in Scotland. Extending from River Tay, the park comprises 5 peaks that you can trek and capture gorgeous views. Spot native wildlife inside Kinnoull Hill while relishing the flora and fauna. Make sure you've captured the real essence of Scottish highlands at a 19th Century folly that is very romantic. Craving for delicious foods? The Bothy at Kinnoull Street will satisfy your hunger with traditional cuisines made of the freshest local produce. Head to the Black Watch Castle in Hay Street.  It also serves as a museum to learn the incredible history of the oldest regiment in the country. The castle was once an elite military regiment of Scotland from 1725. View an exhibit of diaries, weapons, uniforms, and old photos showcasing the life of soldiers throughout centuries. When you book a hotel around Aberfeldy, get ready to taste samples of Scotch whisky at Dewar's Aberfeldy Distillery. Get to understand the process of making spirituous liquor and relax later at a whisky lounge or café. Uncover the success story behind the distillery at the Heritage Museum that hosts interactive displays.

Where should I stay in Perth?

The city centre has a perfect mix of bars, restaurants, shops, modern apartments, cheap hotels, and cafes but you shouldn't confine yourself here. Book a hotel in the Southwest side of the central Perth in Craigie. Accessing the city centre from Craigie is very quick. You will also love the vast array of shops here. Glasgow Road is another great choice for families with easy access to public transport. Find a hotel around the areas of Gannochy, Kinnoull, and Bridgend if you want to take spectacular pictures of the city over bridges crossing River Tay. When you want a spa experience and a comfortable stay in a castle, add Pitlochry to your travel itinerary. Mountains and lochs engulf any hotel in Perth around Pitlochry. Wonderful dining awaits plus endless spa treatment. Some castle hotels facilitate 5-star luxury as well as specialist UK gins that are currently on production. Consult eDreams to get away to Perth in style.

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