In Scotland, the best hours you can see the northern lights is between 23:00 pm and 02:00 am. You can see them in places like:
Shetland –September – April
This location which forms part of Scotland and lies northeast of the Island of Great Britain is a good place to see the aurora. It is a nicely cold location. Read more!
Lewis and Harris –September – April
This Island in Scotland provides you the opportunity to see the northern lights from n amazing spot. Read more!
Loch Lomond –September – April
This leisure destination in Scotland is a good place to see the aurora. It is a cold area.
Lochaber –September – April
This area in the west of Scottish highland also offers an aurora or northern lights view. It is a very cold location.
Oban –September – April
This resort town is also a nice place to spend your holiday and chase the aurora. Read more!
Edinburgh –September – April
This capital city of Scotland is another place where you can see the northern lights. It is a very cold location. Even though the aurora cannot be seen throughout the year, there is a possibility that the aurora shows up by January.