Scottish tourism is experiencing a knock-on boom because of the Olympics in London, according to an online travel firm.
Expedia said an extra 30% have booked to visit Glasgow and Edinburgh in July.
Parts of the Outer Hebrides and the Highlands have also seen growth in tourism of as much as 300% in the same period.
Andy Washington, Expedia managing director in the UK and Ireland, said: "Since the middle of last year, domestic travel has been growing across the whole of the UK.
"We have seen Edinburgh and Glasgow grow by 10% for inbound tourism but also the Outer Hebrides, the Highlands, and regional parts of Scotland have grown by almost 300% in some instances.
"You are talking hundreds, into thousands of passengers looking to travel not just to Glasgow and Edinburgh but Aberdeen and out to the regions as well.
"People are tightening their belts and staying local.
"You have the culture, some great sights to see. But also events like the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where people are coming and enjoying that and getting the experience. People are looking for something a bit different. We are seeing huge searches through Google for things like that.
"For July this year you have got the Olympics, and people aren't just going to come to London. Even if people do come to London, they'll be looking to get out to the rest of the UK. So we are seeing big growth of over 30% for July departures coming to Glasgow and Edinburgh."
Mr Washington said at least 40% of inbound tourism to Scotland is coming from Asia.
Expedia figures for January show Edinburgh is the second most popular place to visit in the UK, with London coming top. Glasgow is fourth, behind third-placed Manchester.