Young Americans are being invited to fall in love with Scotland as part of a new campaign by VisitScotland.
From adventure activities and off-the-beaten track exploring, to quirky accommodation and local food, millennials are best known for their love of unique and authentic experiences.
As well as boasting a bespoke landing page to encourage visitors to create their own memories of Scotland, the ‘Come Along’ campaign also includes a specially-created social media video featuring a young couple, Max and Alex, exploring the country.
As the pair venture together through experience after experience capturing each emotion. Meanwhile, an emotive poem, written and performed by one of the video’s stars, Max Raskin, urges viewers to ‘Come Along’.
Fife Romantic locations featured in the video to fall in love with include:.
- North Queensferry – The picturesque village of North Queensferry is located on the northern shore of the Firth of Forth, between the iconic Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge. The pier at North Queensferry is home to Queensferry Light Tower, the smallest one in the world of its kind that is still in use
- Elie – This picturesque seaside resort in Fife is gathered around a curve of golden sand. Its historic harbour is popular with yachts and the surrounding bay regularly attracts windsurfers and bathers.
- Cambo Estate - Cambo House, a Victorian country house, built in 1881, lies at the heart of a 1200 acre country estate with a plantsman’s paradise hidden within ancient walls gives a modern flavour to a traditional Victorian garden complete with box hedges, lilacs and roses galore and a burn running gently towards the sea.