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Visit Scotlandv1

  1. 1. RoadTour Product Portfolio- Scotland PRODUCT PLATFORM DESCRIPTION TIMING AA BEST DRIVES Garmin SatNav Scenic Driving Routes with Audio Narration- 5 Scottish Routes available now Available Now BRITISH HISTORY TOUR Garmin SatNav Historical Audio Tour with narration describing historical places of interest. Available Now- 150 Locations across Scotland Available Now OUTDOORS iPhone Ordnance Survey Maps- 4 regions for Scotland Launch in December BRITISH HISTORY TOUR iPhone Historical Audio Tour with narration describing historical places of interest- 150 Locations across Scotland Launch in December
  2. 2. AA BEST DRIVES- Garmin Route 26: History & Mystery 281 miles History and magnificent scenery are ever present on this tour. Just outside town lies Culloden, where Bonnie Prince Charlie’s defeat in 1746 ruined the last hope of a Stuart restoration to the British throne. There are glorious sea, loch, island and mountain views, and who knows what may be lurking in Loch Ness? Route 27: The Castles of Mar 134 miles Aberdeen is the gateway to Royal Deeside and to the great spread of historic houses known as the Castles of Mar. The Royal Family’s Scottish home is here, where pine and birchwoods line the river-sides and heathery grouse moors rise to the skyline hills. Salmon and trout anglers fish the Dee and its companion river, the Don. Gliders soar above Aboyne and Dinnet, while older transport is the fascination at Alford. Route 28: Exploring the Tweed Valley 134 miles Hills are an important part of this tour, which visits the Pentlands, the Eildons and the Lammermuirs, and looks south to the Cheviots. But the valley of the River Tweed, one of Scotland’s great trout and salmon waters, is the most significant element as the journey reaches the Border country. Route 29: Along the Smuggler’s Coast 119 miles Mountains, forests and beautiful stretches of coastline follow the road in Tour 29 - Along the Smugglers' Coast accompaniment to this tour from Dumfries. The huge Galloway Forest Park offers walks and trails, exhibitions, nature reserves and fishing waters. Along the coast, the Solway smugglers once brought contraband from the Isle of Man. Route 30: The Beautiful West Highlands 246 miles Some of the most striking seascapes, mountains, forests and moorland scenery in the West Highlands form the landscape of this tour, based on the firmly Lowland town of Dumbarton.
  3. 3. AA BEST DRIVES- Garmin Route 26: History & Mystery 281 miles History and magnificent scenery are ever present on this tour. Just outside town lies Culloden, where Bonnie Prince Charlie’s defeat in 1746 ruined the last hope of a Stuart restoration to the British throne. There are glorious sea, loch, island and mountain views, and who knows what may be lurking in Loch Ness? Route 27: The Castles of Mar 134 miles Aberdeen is the gateway to Royal Deeside and to the great spread of historic houses known as the Castles of Mar. The Royal Family’s Scottish home is here, where pine and birchwoods line the river-sides and heathery grouse moors rise to the skyline hills. Salmon and trout anglers fish the Dee and its companion river, the Don. Gliders soar above Aboyne and Dinnet, while older transport is the fascination at Alford. Route 28: Exploring the Tweed Valley 134 miles Hills are an important part of this tour, which visits the Pentlands, the Eildons and the Lammermuirs, and looks south to the Cheviots. But the valley of the River Tweed, one of Scotland’s great trout and salmon waters, is the most significant element as the journey reaches the Border country. Route 29: Along the Smuggler’s Coast 119 miles Mountains, forests and beautiful stretches of coastline follow the road in Tour 29 - Along the Smugglers' Coast accompaniment to this tour from Dumfries. The huge Galloway Forest Park offers walks and trails, exhibitions, nature reserves and fishing waters. Along the coast, the Solway smugglers once brought contraband from the Isle of Man. Route 30: The Beautiful West Highlands 246 miles Some of the most striking seascapes, mountains, forests and moorland scenery in the West Highlands form the landscape of this tour, based on the firmly Lowland town of Dumbarton.
  4. 4. AA BEST DRIVES- Garmin Route 26: History & Mystery 281 miles History and magnificent scenery are ever present on this tour. Just outside town lies Culloden, where Bonnie Prince Charlie’s defeat in 1746 ruined the last hope of a Stuart restoration to the British throne. There are glorious sea, loch, island and mountain views, and who knows what may be lurking in Loch Ness? Route 27: The Castles of Mar 134 miles Aberdeen is the gateway to Royal Deeside and to the great spread of historic houses known as the Castles of Mar. The Royal Family’s Scottish home is here, where pine and birchwoods line the river-sides and heathery grouse moors rise to the skyline hills. Salmon and trout anglers fish the Dee and its companion river, the Don. Gliders soar above Aboyne and Dinnet, while older transport is the fascination at Alford. Route 28: Exploring the Tweed Valley 134 miles Hills are an important part of this tour, which visits the Pentlands, the Eildons and the Lammermuirs, and looks south to the Cheviots. But the valley of the River Tweed, one of Scotland’s great trout and salmon waters, is the most significant element as the journey reaches the Border country. Route 29: Along the Smuggler’s Coast 119 miles Mountains, forests and beautiful stretches of coastline follow the road in Tour 29 - Along the Smugglers' Coast accompaniment to this tour from Dumfries. The huge Galloway Forest Park offers walks and trails, exhibitions, nature reserves and fishing waters. Along the coast, the Solway smugglers once brought contraband from the Isle of Man. Route 30: The Beautiful West Highlands 246 miles Some of the most striking seascapes, mountains, forests and moorland scenery in the West Highlands form the landscape of this tour, based on the firmly Lowland town of Dumbarton.
  5. 5. AA BEST DRIVES- Garmin Route 26: History & Mystery 281 miles History and magnificent scenery are ever present on this tour. Just outside town lies Culloden, where Bonnie Prince Charlie’s defeat in 1746 ruined the last hope of a Stuart restoration to the British throne. There are glorious sea, loch, island and mountain views, and who knows what may be lurking in Loch Ness? Route 27: The Castles of Mar 134 miles Aberdeen is the gateway to Royal Deeside and to the great spread of historic houses known as the Castles of Mar. The Royal Family’s Scottish home is here, where pine and birchwoods line the river-sides and heathery grouse moors rise to the skyline hills. Salmon and trout anglers fish the Dee and its companion river, the Don. Gliders soar above Aboyne and Dinnet, while older transport is the fascination at Alford. Route 28: Exploring the Tweed Valley 134 miles Hills are an important part of this tour, which visits the Pentlands, the Eildons and the Lammermuirs, and looks south to the Cheviots. But the valley of the River Tweed, one of Scotland’s great trout and salmon waters, is the most significant element as the journey reaches the Border country. Route 29: Along the Smuggler’s Coast 119 miles Mountains, forests and beautiful stretches of coastline follow the road in Tour 29 - Along the Smugglers' Coast accompaniment to this tour from Dumfries. The huge Galloway Forest Park offers walks and trails, exhibitions, nature reserves and fishing waters. Along the coast, the Solway smugglers once brought contraband from the Isle of Man. Route 30: The Beautiful West Highlands 246 miles Some of the most striking seascapes, mountains, forests and moorland scenery in the West Highlands form the landscape of this tour, based on the firmly Lowland town of Dumbarton.
  6. 6. AA BEST DRIVES- Garmin Route 26: History & Mystery 281 miles History and magnificent scenery are ever present on this tour. Just outside town lies Culloden, where Bonnie Prince Charlie’s defeat in 1746 ruined the last hope of a Stuart restoration to the British throne. There are glorious sea, loch, island and mountain views, and who knows what may be lurking in Loch Ness? Route 27: The Castles of Mar 134 miles Aberdeen is the gateway to Royal Deeside and to the great spread of historic houses known as the Castles of Mar. The Royal Family’s Scottish home is here, where pine and birchwoods line the river-sides and heathery grouse moors rise to the skyline hills. Salmon and trout anglers fish the Dee and its companion river, the Don. Gliders soar above Aboyne and Dinnet, while older transport is the fascination at Alford. Route 28: Exploring the Tweed Valley 134 miles Hills are an important part of this tour, which visits the Pentlands, the Eildons and the Lammermuirs, and looks south to the Cheviots. But the valley of the River Tweed, one of Scotland’s great trout and salmon waters, is the most significant element as the journey reaches the Border country. Route 29: Along the Smuggler’s Coast 119 miles Mountains, forests and beautiful stretches of coastline follow the road in Tour 29 - Along the Smugglers' Coast accompaniment to this tour from Dumfries. The huge Galloway Forest Park offers walks and trails, exhibitions, nature reserves and fishing waters. Along the coast, the Solway smugglers once brought contraband from the Isle of Man. Route 30: The Beautiful West Highlands 246 miles Some of the most striking seascapes, mountains, forests and moorland scenery in the West Highlands form the landscape of this tour, based on the firmly Lowland town of Dumbarton.
  7. 7. BRITISH HISTORY TOUR- Garmin
  8. 8. BRITISH HISTORY TOUR- Garmin
  9. 9. BRITISH HISTORY TOUR- Garmin
  10. 10. BRITISH HISTORY TOUR- iPhone
  11. 11. View 100s of London Landmarks or 8 themed Video Walking Tours. List by proximity or in tour sequence
  12. 12. Each location has a fascinating description and multiple images. High quality imagery for all locations. Video and Audio for every location compliments the text.
  13. 13. Walking tours are presented by British historian, Adam Heart Davis Historical archives bring London’s past to life. Each tour ends at an historical pub!
  14. 14. Show all the tour-locations or just a single entry, with directions. Embedded Google Maps make getting round faster.
  15. 15. Smooth integration with Google Maps. Click on Directions to see the walking route on Google Maps, from your current location
  16. 16. OUTDOORS - iPhone See Location, Trajectory Build, Import and Follow Routes
  17. 17. OUTDOORS: 1:50k Maps - iPhone Highlands and Islands Central and Western Scotland Southern Scotland North East Scotland UK National Parks
  18. 18. DISTRIBUTION <ul><li>iTunes for Apple iPhone applications is the ONLY route </li></ul><ul><li>www.roadtour.co.uk for Garmin products </li></ul><ul><li>Rent Units with software at major tourism sites </li></ul><ul><li>Give away samples of Garmin software on www.visitscotland.com </li></ul>

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