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A commonly asked question by tourists when visiting an unfamiliar country is can you drink the tap water and when visiting Scotland, that’s no different.
We’ve got you covered with this one.
Can I drink tap water in Scotland?
Yes, you most certainly can. Scotland Tap Water is collected from rainfall in reservoirs and mountain lochs and rivers before being treated by Scottish water to make it safe for us to drink.
Scottish tap water is often considered some of the best in the world and you’ll see why when you try it for yourself.
No need to go out and buy bottled water when visiting Scotland. Just take an eco-friendly water cooling bottle like this one and fill it up before you leave your accommodation.
You’ll quite often find that many of the bigger cities have water refill stations around for you to get free tap water refills.