04. West Highland Line, Scotland
Scotland is the jewel of Europe. Things that Scotland offers to its visitors are not comparable to any other European country. The West Highland Line is the best way to explore the country’s western coast. The journey starts at Glasgow when it leaves the succumbs, glens and lochs. Heading northward, the West Highland Line passes through the remote wilderness of Rannoch Moor before skirting the towering Ben Nevis and touching down in Fort William. After that, the train traverses through Glenfinnan Viaduct and finally arrives at destination Mallaig.