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Around 3,000 people call this place home.
It's situated 55 miles away from Edinburgh, the nation's capital, and 3 miles away from Strathtay.
Kick off your shoes and feel the cool grass under your feet at an oasis of greenery like Rannoch Moor or the Schiehallion. There's also a stack of fun to be had at Loch Rannoch and Loch Tummel.
Is there a city tour? Anything interesting on this weekend? You’ll find the answers to all your questions about your visit at Queen’s View Centre.
If you're searching for some downtime and a breath of clean air, plan a trip to Ben Vrackie or Tay Forest Park. Want to have a few more options to select from? Fish Ladder is also worth stopping by.
What better way to learn about a new destination than to spend some time in its museums? The Edradour Distillery and the Bells Blair Athol Distillery are top places to start.
The robust stone walls and striking turrets at Blair Castle are what children's fairytales are made of. Tune into your inner king or queen with a visit this powerful cultural monument.
Designed to commemorate the city's past, the symbolic structure of Pitlochry Power Station and Dam is a special place to pause for a quiet moment of reflection.
With so many things to contemplate when planning a break, it's no surprise that we often forget to bring a few basic items. If you have to buy some essentials, The House of Bruar is the place to go.
For a great night out, see what's on at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre. If nothing catches your eye there, peruse the schedule at the Explorers' Garden at Pitlochry Theatre.
If you're in the mood for a game of golf, shine your clubs and arrange a tee time at the Pitlochry Golf Club or the Blair Atholl Golf Club.
Are you keen to see everything that this city has to offer? Kinloch Rannoch is a less visited attraction you might have forgotten.