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Travel with a high-quality offline map featuring the most interesting sites, available on iPhone!


Turn your trip into an exciting and unforgettable experience
with the Scotland offline mobile map!


Our offline map offers you information about 106 top destinations, featuring high-quality descriptions, photos, and reviews written by real travelers.


Every location we feature comes with a description, a photo, and reviews written by real people.


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In addition to our featured locations, you will find tens of thousands of other useful places in our guide (hotels, restaurants, teller machines, public transport stops, points of interest, etc.)


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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

St Andrew's Square

St Andrew's Square is a public square that lies to the south east of Glasgow Cross, in the East End of the City of Glasgow. The square is noted for its 18th-century classical church, St Andrew's in the Square, from which the square takes its name. The ...

St Paul's Cathedral

It is built on the site of the medieval seat of power in the area, the castle which formerly stood on the site had been besieged by the armies of William Wallace, Andrew de Moray and later by Robert the Bruce during the Wars of Scottish Independence. T...

Dundee Parish Church

Dundee Parish Church (St Mary’s) is located in the east section of Dundee's "City Churches", the other being occupied by the Steeple Church. Both are congregations in the Church of Scotland, although with differing styles of worship. Dundee played a...

Rubislaw Playing Fields

Rubislaw Playing Fields in Aberdeen, Scotland is an 18-acre (73,000 m2) sports field for Aberdeen Grammar School and for the Scottish Premiership rugby union team Aberdeen GSFP RFC. Of course other sports are played here such as Hockey – at National le...

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

The course runs essentially out and back along the North Sea shore. The outward nine (which is acknowledged as one of the finest in links golf anywhere in the world) cuts its way through some wonderful dune formation. The inland nine returns south over...

Mannofield Park

The first recorded match on the ground dates back to 1879 when Aberdeen University played Edinburgh University. The first first-class match to be held on the ground came in 1930 when Scotland played Ireland. The ground has been host to many great crick...

Pittodrie Stadium

With a seating capacity of 20,866; Pittodrie is the fourth largest stadium in the SPFL and the largest stadium in Scotland outside the Central Belt. Pittodrie has been the location of a number of firsts in the field of stadium design, including the inv...

Beach Ballroom

The Beach Ballroom is an art deco building on the sea front of Aberdeen, Scotland. It is home to one of Scotland's finest dance floors - famous for its bounce - which floats on fixed steel springs. It was built in 1926, and is a Category B listed bu...

Allan Park

Allan Park was a football ground located in Cove, a suburb of Aberdeen. It was the home to Highland Football League club Cove Rangers. The ground had a capacity of 2300 spectators, with 200 on seats or benches. Its largest attendance was 2,100, in the ...

Aberdeen University Sport and Recreation

King's Pavilion at King's College, was built in the 1930s and contains a 20 yard swimming pool, performance gym, performance suite and "away" team outdoor changing rooms. Butchart Recreation Centre was constructed in the 1950s and contains the Sport...

Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre

The Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (also known as the General Electric Exhibition Centre and often shortened to the AECC), is a large exhibition and conference complex, in Aberdeen, Scotland. The complex is home to a Holiday Inn and Holiday ...

Stewart Park

Stewart Park is located in Aberdeen, Scotland. It is a 5-acre (20,000 m2) site owned by Aberdeen City Council. The land was originally bought by the council in 1891, when Woodside was incorporated into Aberdeen, using £500 bequeathed by Mrs. Jane Taylo...

Seaton Park

Seaton Park is a public park in the Old Aberdeen area of Aberdeen, Scotland. One of the city's biggest parks, it was bought by the city for use as a public park in 1947 from Major Hay. The River Don passes along the edge of the park. There is a beau...

Scotstown Moor

Scotstown Moor once formed part of extensive areas of heath and bog around Aberdeen. Other similar habitats such as Ferryhill Moss and Stocket Moor, lying closer to the city, have long since disappeared, being lost to housing.Commonty Scotstown Moor re...

Rubislaw and Queens Terrace Gardens

Rubislaw and Queens Terrace Gardens are two small public gardens in Aberdeen, Scotland. Although they are officially two parks, they are bisected only by one road which runs between the 1 hectare rectangular area it covers, so can be considered as one ...

Hazlehead Park

A large, heavily wooded park on the outskirts of the city, it is popular with walkers on the many tracks through forests; sports enthusiasts (particularly mountain bikers); naturalists; and picnickers. Horse riders from the nearby Hayfield horse centre...

Duthie Park

Duthie Park, situated in Aberdeen, Scotland, by the banks of the River Dee, comprises 44 acres (180,000 m2) of land given to the council in 1881 by Lady Elizabeth Duthie of Ruthrieston, in memory of her uncle and of her brother. She purchased the land ...

Storybook Glen

Storybook Glen is a children's park in Maryculter, Scotland, near the city of Aberdeen. It features models of various fairytale characters, as well as some more modern characters such as Shrek and Postman Pat. It has been rated a 4-star visitor attract...

Aberdeen Beach and Queens Links

The beach suffers from significant erosion of the sand so there are distinctive groyne or walls, to help keep the sand in place. The beach is popular with walkers, surfers and windsurfers. Recently in an expensive million pound operation, sand was t...


M&D's Theme Park claims to have over 40 rides and attractions, including four roller coasters, a log flume and several fairground type rides in addition to a number of rides designed for young children. Most are travelling rides owned by the parks oper...









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