Things to do in pitlochry
Pitlochry developed into a tourist resort after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert visited the area in 1842. Also, Soseki Natsume – the Japanese Charles Dickens – who wrote ” I am cat ” visited Pitlochry in 1920. He was delighted by the natural beauty of Pitlochry, Scotland.
Pitlochry is a Victorian town in the Highlands of central Scotland. It is well known for the Pitlochry Dam, fish ladder and Pitlochry Festival Theatre, two Pitlochry distilleries, Blair Athol Distillery and Edradour Distillery.
Best of all, Pitlochry is a natural centre for many outdoor activities, from gentle country walks to mountaineering, canoeing, mountain biking and rock climbing.