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There are a lot single track roads in Scotland ending in a village, at a beach or lighthouse which offer no other option than to return the way you came. These roads are often overlooked by visitors as they are basically very small roads going almost nowhere. And some of these roads ending in the […]
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The north eastern coastal area of Aberdeenshire is without a doubt one of Scotland’s finest and is perfect for a coastal Driving Tour. We’ll show you the highlights and have some interesting tips to share! This part of Scotland is somewhat more cultivated than the wilder west coast, perhaps a bit more charming, more inhabited […]
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Paddle Steamer Waverley is the last seagoing passenger-carrying paddle steamer in the world. She was built in 1946 and was named after Sir Walter Scott’s first novel. She replaced a PS Waverley which was built in 1899 which was sunk in 1940. The ship was bought from Calmac in 1973, after serving the Firth of […]
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A visit to Scotland is not complete without visiting one of Scotland’s beautiful cities. Whether it’s Glasgow, Aberdeen, Perth, Stirling, Dundee, Inverness or Edinburgh, they all have their own special appeal. And they each have their own festivals and other tourist attractions. If you’re visiting Edinburgh you might want to read on as there are […]
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Winter is as good a time as any to Visit Scotland. You might not get the endless long days of spring and summer but it’s just as beautiful and heartwarming. And there is an advantage of visiting Scotland in the winter, accommodations are usually cheaper, there is lots going on in the cities and towns […]
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Outlaw King is the untold, true story of Robert The Bruce who transformed from defeated nobleman, to reluctant King, to outlaw hero over the course of an extraordinary year. Forced into battle in order to save his family, his people and his country from the oppressive English occupation of medieval Scotland, Robert seizes the Scottish […]
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Many whisky distilleries on the Scottish Islands are located near the sea, it was the most logical place to build one as barley and whisky had to be shipped in and out to and from mainland Scotland. At the time the distilleries were built, most of them around the end of the 1800s, there were […]
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As a regular visitor of Glasgow I very much anticipated a visit to the Glasgow School of Art which was due to re-open in 2019 after a devastating fire in 2014. Millions of pounds have been invested to get this iconic masterpiece back to its original standings. The fire in 2014 was a nightmare for […]
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I bet you didn’t see this one coming right? Don’t be mistaken though, Dundee is going from strength to strength and now Lonely Planet has named Dundee as one of their Best in Europe for 2018. And it’s not just Lonely Planet who point point out Dundee as the Go To City for 2018. Prestigious […]
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