Tag: attractions

Top 12 Things to See and Do in Fife

| December 20, 2017 | Reply
Top 12 Things to See and Do in Fife

The Kingdom of Fife sits proudly on the north side of the Forth and Firth. Visitors have long been impressed with the diversity of its attractions, with unspoiled sandy beaches, first-class golf course and world class seafood all part of the mix. Then there are its wealth of historic buildings and wonderful views of the […]

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Top 9 Things to Do in the Lothians

| December 12, 2017 | Reply
Top 9 Things to Do in the Lothians

While Edinburgh rightly tops the list of places people want to visit in Scotland, those who venture beyond the capital to explore the Lothians are rewarded by a host of diverse attractions. Highlights include a ruined mid 14th-century castle and the world’s largest colony of Northern Gannets! 1. North Berwick There is loads to do in and around […]

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Top 11 Things to See & Do in Dumfries & Galloway

| December 6, 2017 | Reply
Top 11 Things to See & Do in Dumfries & Galloway

Scotland’s sunniest region and one of its most beguiling is awash with attractions. So much so that it is hard to pick out just 11 highlights! Here are some of the places we love in Dumfries & Galloway, and we’re sure you will too! 1. Sweetheart Abbey This grandly ruined abbey is one of Scotland’s most dreamily romantic […]

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Fortingall Yew, Highland Perthshire

| October 17, 2012 | Reply
Fortingall Yew, Highland Perthshire

The Oldest Living Thing in Europe. It sounds an unlikely boast, but the sleepy wee hamlet of Fortingall, deep in the wilds of Highland Perthshire, is home to what may just be the oldest living organism in Europe. Fabled Fortingall Yew Delve into the graveyard of the church that actually grew up around the fabled […]

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Galloway Forest Park, Dumfries and Galloway

| October 17, 2012 | Reply
Galloway Forest Park, Dumfries and Galloway

Not only is Galloway Forest Park one of the largest of its kind in Britain, it is also one of the darkest spots in the UK. So dark and unpolluted by ambient light in fact that it has recently won a Dark Skies Award. This makes it a great place to visit year round. If you are […]

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The Italian Chapel, Orkney, Scotland

| October 17, 2012 | Reply
The Italian Chapel, Orkney, Scotland

No matter your religious beliefs few visitors fail to be dumbstruck at the sheer determination and ingenuity that went into the construction of Orkney’s bijou Italian Chapel. Resigned to spending the rest of the Second World War as prisoners on Orkney, the 500 captive Italians here set about conjuring up a special place of worship […]

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National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

| October 17, 2012 | Reply
National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

It is a dangerous business messing with a much loved local institution, but the staggering £47.4m re-imagining of the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh has been an unqualified success. Immediately upon re-opening last year it was clear that the nation had another world class cultural icon to be proud of. One of Europe’s Finest […]

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