1. Breastfeeding is legal everywhere. If you are nursing a young ‘un it is illegal to ask you to stop, no matter where you are.
2. Smoking is banned in all enclosed public spaces. You can take your kids to a cafe or restaurant, a shopping mall or anywhere else under cover in Scotland and not worry about second hand smoke. Read more
Scotland is pretty well catered for when it comes to changing a baby.
Public toilets run by the local authority are the usual first stop. These are mostly clean and well maintained. Often if you can find a public toilet with an attendant, then you will be happy enough to change your baby there. In public toilets the baby change facilities are usually in the Disabled loo which is unisex, so Dad can change the nappy or daiper too. Read more
Glasgow is Scotland’s biggest city and is loved by tourists and is always pretty busy. As such it can be tricky to find a cheap Glasgow hotel room. There are however plenty of options for the budget conscious traveller to Glasgow. Read more