Category: Central Scotland

Midlothian

| August 21, 2012 | Reply
Midlothian

In Midlothian the must see is Rosslyn Chapel. Recently made famous by the Da Vinci Code it actually dates back to 1446. It swirls in myths and legends – some people still believe that the Holy Grail is buried beneath the church – and the imagery contained amongst the hundreds of ornate carvings that cover […]

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East Lothian

| August 21, 2012 | Reply
East Lothian

That many overseas visitors to Scotland know little or nothing about East Lothian is not that much of a surprise. Not when you consider that many Scots are not that familiar with the charms of East Lothian. Abundant Charms And charms East Lothian has in abundance with sweeping beaches, bountiful birdlife, cute wee villages, a […]

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West Lothian

| August 21, 2012 | Reply
West Lothian

These days with Edinburgh cementing its position as a world-class tourist destination, whose myriad modern attractions perfectly complement its spectacular historic charms, it is easy to forget that there is more to Edinburgh and the Lothians than just the Scottish capital. South Queensferry Even on Edinburgh’s city boundaries (and until recently part of West Lothian) […]

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