connect with Scotland
VisitScotland's Travel Trade Visit to:
GTA - OAKVILLE - BURLINGTON - HAMILTON
GTA Travel Trade, meet Scotland:
On WEDNESDAY APRIL 15th - VISITSCOTLAND along with the Connection Custom team will meet with agents in-house, to discuss a series of exciting destination offerings and information.
- Destination Board -
Keith Campbell, Market Manager - Canada & Golf at VisitScotland
The Canadian Market Manager, connecting the Canadian travel trade to Scottish suppliers. Keith meets with North American tour operators and travel agents to encourage new itinerary development to help encourage more Canadians to visit Scotland
CONNECTION CUSTOM TRAVEL
- Canadian Tour Wholesaler -
Samantha Cowan, Custom Outbound Operations
Your Canadian destination wholesaler, specializing in Great Britain, Europe, South East Asia & Costa Rica. We focus on providing destination resource, connecting suppliers to Canada's travel trade community all while creating custom journeys for your travellers.
We will visit offices in the GTA, on Wednesday Apr 15 - connecting Scotland in an informative and exciting way with 30-min
30-MIN WITH SCOTLAND
VisitScotland will take 15min to showcase the best resources they have to offer you before Q+A
A QUESTION PERIOD
Questions about ancestry, MICE, or castle stays? We have the answers to create your best Scot adventure
Meet internally with your agents + team to discuss upcoming projects & product development
We will present for your clients & travellers in-house in an effort to excite & inspire your travellers!
WED., APRIL 15th 2020
Applications for in-house office visitations open until
March, 20th, 2020
OUR ITINERARY OUTLINE
A breakdown of time-slots
Wed. Apr. 15 - TORONTO [GTA]
- 9AM - 930AM In-House Agency Visit Slot SLOT OPEN
- 10AM - 1030AM In-House Agency Visit Slot SLOT OPEN
- 11AM - 1130AM In-House Agency Visit Slot SLOT OPEN
- 12PM - 1230PM In-House Agency Visit Slot SLOT OPEN
- 230PM - 300PM In-House Agency Visit Slot SLOT OPEN
- 330PM - 400PM In-House Agency Visit Slot SLOT OPEN
- 400PM - 430PM In-House Agency Visit Slot SLOT OPEN
Get access to valuable & helpful digital &
print resources made to INSPIRE
Meet and connect your team with Scotland directly
BOOK AN IN-HOUSE VISIT WITH US
What can we do for your office? Let us know as much as you can about your office, so we know how best to prepare for our visitation with you - We will be sure to keep you posted on future events and destination campaigns!
The City of Glasgow is a city full of culture and interest, as well as some of the most elaborate advances in architectural history.
The City of Edinburgh is a World Heritage Site, and the first to be declared as a UNESCO City for literature!
The Royal Mile of Edinburgh might ring a bell - English writer of the 17th century, Daniel Defoe, famously described it as the "Finest Street in the World"
Its dramatic setting makes Princes street one of the most famous shopping streets in Europe - with one of the oldest department stores.
The 650-acre Royal Park of Holyrood is home to Arthur's Seat (823 ft) an extinct volcano overlooking Edinburgh
Mary King's Close of Edinburgh was walled up after the poor inhabitants caught the plague. It still exists, as it was in the 17th century
Stirling Castle - one of the most formidable and important castles in Scottish history. The oldest sections of the castle date back to the 14th century
Cowal World Championships is the largest Highland games in the world - First held in 1894, the event is steeped in history and tradition.
Dunoon was formed by its history. Though the castle is long gone, the grand villas that were built in the 1820s and following decades continue to occupy the best spots on the shoreline's promenade.
The Game of Golf was born here in Scotland, and the variety, beauty, and originality of each course throughout the country reveals its story. Incorporate stunning courses into your golf lover's itinerary.
Oban is the gateway to the Hebridean islands. The Colosseum-like McCaig’s Tower overlooks Oban Bay. Seafood eateries cluster by the harbour. Explore the Clan MacDougall History, as well as the SeaLife Center.
Inveraray Castle on the West Coast of Scotland, is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell and the iconic, one of Scotland’s finest stately homes.
SCOT Dance Canada conducts events educating the public about Scottish culture throughout Canada. Their events are open to all members of the public, in order to foster community.
Distillery & Brewery Scotalnd is driven to craft beer, outstanding gins, and exceptional single malt whiskies - and all with even greater visitor experiences. Bringing together the best people, natural ingredients, and equipment, there are distillery tours across the country.
Clues of an Ancient History can be found throughout Scotland - echoes of a people and a past that has long since lost. Explore magical places such as the standing stones of the Hebrides or the brochs of the Shetlands.
Embrace the Right to Roam - Scotland becomes a hiker's haven, with challenging hills and breathtaking views.
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