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Pithlochry is located in Perthshire and is one of Scotland’s most beautiful, charming and lively villages. It is predominantly a Victorian village and became a very popular visitor destination after the visit of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. It is famous for its hillwalking and mountains Ben Vrackie and Schiehallion, salmon ladder and the Festival Theatre. There are many wonderful attractions in Pithlochry as well as distilleries, pubs, restaurants and tearooms. Some of the most popular attractions include: Blair Atholl Distillery which is one of the oldest working distilleries found in Scotland, Queen’s View offering views of the Loch Tummel and named after Queen Victoria, Faskally Wood located in the Tay Forest Park, Black Spout Wood and Atholl Palace Museum, to name but a few. Pithlochry will leave you with a wonderful array of memories after your visit. 

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