Largest Cities and Towns in Scotland

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  • Post last modified:March 22, 2022

Scotland is a division and part of the United Kingdom, with beautiful landscapes and mountain ranges, and many cities that are economically and technologically developed. Many Scottish cities are well-known for their modern attractions as well as ancient structures (Shopping Centers, Museums, Amusement Parks, etc.) and historical monuments. The official language of the cities is Scottish Gaelic, and the ethnic groups are White Scottish, and British. The cities have a population of over 5 million people.

Glasgow city in Scotland, Photo by Stephen O’Donnell on Unsplash

Glasgow is the largest city in Europe with around 600,000 inhabitants. Edinburg is the second-largest city and one of the largest financial centers in Europe.

Rank


City name


Council area


Population


1Glasgow Glasgow City589,900
2Edinburgh City of Edinburgh468,720
3Aberdeen Aberdeen City189,120
4Dundee Dundee City144,170
5Paisley Renfrewshire74,570
6East Kilbride South Lanarkshire73,590
7Livingston West Lothian55,070
8Hamilton South Lanarkshire51,640
9Cumbernauld North Lanarkshire50,470
10Kirkcaldy Fife49,560
11Dunfermline Fife48,240
12Ayr South Ayrshire46,060
13Perth Perth and Kinross45,770
14Inverness Highland45,050
15Kilmarnock East Ayrshire44,830
16Greenock Inverclyde43,450
17Coatbridge North Lanarkshire41,610
18Glenrothes Fife38,940
19Airdrie North Lanarkshire35,950
20Falkirk Falkirk35,170
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