Between undulating emerald hills and the meandering aquamarine of the River Tweed, Scotland’s borders are dripping with history and unparalleled geography that will energize your mind and sooth your spirit. However, not everyone comes for the sights and sounds. Surprisingly one of Scotland’s more popular tourist activities is to rejuvenate ones body and soul in a spa infused with the ancient secrets of herbal treatment and escape into a world of tranquillity and peace. It’s no surprise, therefore, that Spa Breaks in Scotland, especially in 2011 are all the rage right now with many new spa houses, day spas and spa resorts to choose from—stay in the city or head into the wilderness. For example the Barcelo Edinburgh Carlton Hotel in Edinburgh offers a tranquil taster spa in the city centre which includes a 30 min treatment and a neck and shoulder massage for £25 per person. The luxury Macdonald Crutherland House in Glasgow, is set upon magnificent grounds and is an idyllic spot for your relaxing spa break. From £30 you can have a day spa complete with a Swedish back and shoulder massage. Or, if you want to escape the world and retreat to a luxurious spa, look no further than the Bannatyne Spa in Inverness. This day spa is guaranteed to help you relax with a Swedish back and shoulder massage from £30.Trains leave five times a day from Kings cross station in London to Edinburgh and take about 5 hours. Tickets cost about £190 on www.nationalexpress.com. If you prefer to fly, British Airways have flights for as little as £60 to Glasgow. Treat yourself to one of many Spa Breaks in Scotland for 2011 today and indulge your senses!