After spending a lot of time in Scotland I was able to appreciate a lot of the culture and history.
The Highlands and the Islands are very different from the eastern parts of Scotland.
Where are you headed after the Orkney's?
What period of history you are interested in?
The amount of time you have and your ability to travel will be the determining factor.
I might suggest the Isle of Lewis and Harris. Callanish is most fascinating.
It's in the shape of a Celtic Cross and is possibly 5000+ years old.
The Kingdom of Dal Riata is most intriguing as well. It is found in the Western Isles at Kilmartin.
A boat ride across the Corryvreckan will be something you won't forget if the tide is right.
Any museums are a must as well as you will get lots of ideas from them.
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