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Aberdour, Scotland travel

The train from Edinburgh stops at a Victorian station next to a riot of neatly planted flowers in

a hidden glen in the shadow of a medieval castle. Aberdour is not car-friendly, but why should it be when anything you would want to see is in town and connected by well-kept walkways? In August, this hamlet serves as a tranquil base for visiting the Edinburgh International Festival, but for the rest of the year, it is a working village with a general store, four cozy pubs, and even a shop dedicated to Wiccan supplies, situated provocatively equidistant from the Churches of Scotland and the Scottish Episcopal Church. More read: http://www.travelandleisure.com/slideshows/25-secret-european-villages#aberdour
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