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Key Facts for Scotland

Capital City – Edinburgh

Currency – Sterling

Official Language – English

Flight time: 0 hours from Sydney

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Getting Married in Scotland

The Scottish highlands can be a beautiful place to have a wedding abroad. Scenic lochs and rolling hills provide stunning backdrops for your wedding, and Scottish tradition is always picturesque. Include kilts, bagpipes, highland toffee and Scotch whiskey to add a true Scottish feel to your big day, and marry in one of the romantic and historic castles that decorate the landscape. Consider a winter wedding in Scotland for a snowy scene, or aim for a summer ceremony for a milder day. Whatever you want for your wedding abroad, Scotland will have something for you.  

Marriage Requirements


If you want your wedding abroad to take place in Scotland, you will need entry clearance. You must be 18 or over to apply for the visa to get married in the UK, and if asked, you should provide evidence of your wedding plans. This site has more information about what you need to have a wedding abroad in Scotland http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/regscot/getting-married-in-scotland/i-want-to-get-married-in-scotland-how-do-i-go-about-it.html

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