Making the list in 2023
A historic site in Argyll has been named as one of the New York Times' 52 top places to go in 2023.
Kilmartin Glen, located between Oban and Lochgilphead in the west of Scotland, has made the prestigious list alongside locations such as Cuba, Kangaroo Island in Australia, London, Madrid and Palm Springs in California.
The travel list celebrates the area's many archaeological monuments, naming it as "one of the most significant prehistoric sites in Britain". The list also highlights Kilmartin Museum which is due to reopen this year and tells the story of the region's natural treasures, and Kilmartin Castle which is now a boutique hotel.
Spanning 5000 years, Kilmartin Glen, which surrounds the village of Kilmartin, is best known for its ancient monuments which including standing stones, a henge monument and a "linear cemetery" comprising five burial cairns, several of which are decorated with cup and ring marks.