April 7, 2014

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Royal Visits To Scotland

Visiting Scotland is something the Royal family regularly do for many reasons, not only leisure breaks to Palace of Holyrood House or Balmoral Castle but on official royal duties too. Throughout the years there have been many memorable visits by the Royal Family to Scotland and each one has been enjoyed and celebrated in its […]

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March 20, 2014

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Loch Awe, The jewel in Argyll’s crown

Loch Awe Scotland I hate to start this article with an obvious Cliché but the word most used by visitors to describe their time by Loch Awe in Argyll is “Awesome” and however cheesy it sounds it pretty much hits the nail on the head. The facts speak for themselves; at 28 miles in length […]

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March 14, 2014

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Amazing Scottish Drives, The Road to the Isles

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The Road to the Isles The road to the Isles is considered as one of the best drives in Scotland. Travelling from Fort William to Mallaig you will see some of the best scenery in the whole world with stunning mountain views, white sandy beaches, stunning shimmering lochs, historical places and great views of the […]

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March 11, 2014

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A Brief Edinburgh Tourism Guide

Edinburgh is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. It is the capital of Scotland and home to many tourist attractions. A visit here will be well worth it considering the numerous things you can do and see. Most of the structures in the Old Town have remained in their original form […]

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March 8, 2014

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Hostel Travel Tips For First Time Visitors to Scotland

Hostel Travel Tips Just like visiting any foreign country, you need to do your research. Utilizing hostel accommodations when travelling saves money and affords travellers the ability to meet like-minded adventurous people. Travellers able to share amenities and lacking qualms about sharing a room with strangers are the perfect candidates for hostel stays. Knowing what […]

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March 6, 2014

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5 Charming Bed & Breakfasts In Scotland

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Bed & Breakfasts In Scotland Scotland’s rich culture and history make it a popular destination for travelers seeking an adventure abroad. With small, independently owned bed and breakfasts nestled across the Scottish countryside, travelers often find that the highlights of their journeys are corralled within the walls of these quaint and charming establishments. Get a […]

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March 5, 2014

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Top 5 Places To Spring Into Action In Edinburgh

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Edinburgh has more to offer than historic castles and cobbled streets. This spring, let it rip with an action-packed trip to one of the most exciting and stimulating cities in Europe. Recreate The Hunger Games with a game of paint balling Channel your inner Katniss and suit up for an epic game of paintball at Scotland’s […]

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March 4, 2014

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Take Your Kids for a Holiday in Scotland, 3 Reasons Why

Visiting Scotland is a thrill in itself and more so if you visit with kids. There are so many things you could do with your family when on holiday in Scotland that your kids are bound to be left craving for more. Scotland simply doesn’t give you a fun-packed family holiday, rather it gives your […]

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February 26, 2014

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Immerse Your Taste Buds in the Gastronomical Delights of Scotland

Scottish Smoked Salmon

Scotland has its own to offer when it comes to a lot of things. Be it the Scottish highlands, its history, the exotic wildlife, the Isle of Skye, its culture, sophistication, toast of Scotch whisky, golfing on the ‘Golf Coast’ and so much more. This richness is hence carried forward to Scotland’s culinary heritage as […]

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February 24, 2014

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Cosmopolitan Nation: Expats in Scotland

Scotland, Small nation, far-reaching reputation Scotland is rightly famed worldwide for many things. Including these are its fascinating history, its inspiring scenery, and of course its national dish haggis. The Scots are also famed for their gregarious and hospitable nature – and there are many tales on the blogs of world travellers of the wonderful […]

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February 21, 2014

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A Guide To Waterproof Clothing For Your Walking Holiday

Walking Holiday in Scotland, How to Stay Dry If you’re taking up walking for your New Year’s resolution, or if you’re just an avid fan of the outdoors anyway you will know that one of the most important items that you can own is a well-made waterproof jacket. The best kind are able to keep […]

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