Category: Regions

Scottish Highlands

| August 21, 2012 | Reply
Scottish Highlands

A wild and rugged landscape of craggy mountains, where mist shrouded peaks split the heavens and the lower slopes plunge towards windswept beaches and silvery lochs, it is easy to see what inspired the likes of Robert Louis Stevenson and Lord Byron to wax lyrical about the Scottish Highlands. Epic Landscape Enjoying this epic landscape […]

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West Lothian

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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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Dumfries and Galloway

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Dumfries and Galloway

Scotland’s sunniest region is blessed with an epic coastline and swathes of sandy beach, as well as picturesque towns and villages and stunning abbeys and castles. Scotland’s Sunniest Region Dumfries and Galloway has a lot more going for it on top of being hailed the sunniest region of Scotland. The sunshine, of course, helps, but […]

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The Borders

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The Borders

Chocolate-box pretty villages, a dramatic coastline peppered with pristing sandy beaches and vast swathes of unspoiled countryside give the Scottish Borders an irresistable appeal. Border Battles Since time immemorial Scotland and England have battled for control of the Scottish Borders and it is easy to see why. This is a richly scenic sweep of moorland, […]

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Glasgow

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Glasgow

Glasgow is one of Europe’s liveliest, trendiest and most creative cities. A bustling hub where the museums offer free entry, fashion is a way of life and the nightlife buzzes. One of Europe’s Liveliest, Trendiest and Most Creative Cities Even some Scots still labour under anachronistic images of Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, as a wasteland […]

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Edinburgh

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Edinburgh

With a stunning castle set atop a volcano and a historic old town where it looks like the 18th century, never mind the 21st, has yet to arrive, few visitors ever forget their first sight of epic Edinburgh. Intoxicating Tales The Scottish capital does not so much wear its history on its sleeve as overflow […]

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