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For a smallish town, population around 15,000, gorgeous medieval St Andrews in Scotland has quite a few claims to fame. For starters there’s the golf. St Andrews is the heart-center of golf ...
A trip to Scotland
can be an adventure for your taste buds as much as a feast for your
eyes. Due to its rugged country and land and its often harsh history,
certain eating habits developed ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2011
If you’re a fan of Scotland ’s signature amber restorative, the 4-day Islay Whisky Tour from Glasgow
come highly recommended. If you’re not (and here one is tempted to
admonish the ...
Written by Viator, March 2013
Whether you’re making a pit stop in the Highlands’ capital before heading out on a hiking expedition or spending a leisurely weekend in the UK’s northernmost city, Inverness is the perfect gateway to ...
Even if you’re not a fan of the Da Vinci Code, I urge you to hop on a bus in Edinburgh
and travel those seven miles south to the town of Roslin and the
Rosslyn Chapel. Built in 1446, the chapel ...
With so many sights within easy reach of the Scottish capital, there’s no excuse for only staying in Edinburgh. Whether you want to explore medieval castles or hike in the glens, here are 5 of the ...
At the heart of Scotland ’s world renowned Scottish Highlands
region, the Cairngorms National Park is not only the largest national
park in the UK, but is home to the UK’s highest Mountain ...
I don’t know about you, but I am a complete sticky beak when it comes to
looking inside buildings, especially those not generally open to the
public. I don’t usually go as far as pretending I’m ...
Scotland ’s vibrant capital does its hard-partying reputation proud as the host for a number of important Scottish festivals and celebrations (including the legendary 4-day New Year ’s ...
A popular day trip from Edinburgh, just 15km from the city center, the majestic ruins of Linlithgow Palace hold a special place in Scotland‘s history, serving as a royal residence for Scottish ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, July 2011
is not the first place I think of going to the beach. But on the other
side of Arthurs Seat from the city centre is the suburb of Portobello,
which has a long beach fronting onto the ...
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