Skiing Holidays in Scotland
Skiing in Scotland is rising in popularity again as it is an excellent location to take a ski holiday. Scotland has 5 great ski resorts and in recent years there has been superb winter conditions, in many cases beating some Alpine ski areas for snowfall and coverage.
Scotland has some fine ski areas and when the snow is here, there are plenty people take skiing holidays in Scotland. Read more
Things to do in Glasgow. As Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow is stuffed with attractions and things to do. We probably won’t manage to mention all of Glasgow’s best things to do, but drop us a line if we’ve missed your Glasgow tourist attraction and we’ll get you added. Read more
1. Visit Edinburgh Castle
If you’ve never seen it, Edinburgh Castle is one of the finest castles in the world, and is truly one of the best things to do in Edinburgh. Sitting at the highest point in the old town Edinburgh castle has lorded it over the city for hundreds of years. Walk up the Royal Mile (High St) to soak up the feeling of history as you approach the castle. Read more
At the time of writing, it’s only a week to go now until the start of the Crieff & Strathearn Drovers Tryst – the walking festival around Crieff and Strathearn. This year’s Tryst runs from the 8th-15th October 2011.
The Tryst is now 10 years old but is celebrating the drovers who converged on Crieff with their cattle for hundreds of years in days gone by. Read more
Some of the best of Scottish products and shopping in Scotland. These are some of the great Scottish products you should look out for when shopping in Scotland. Read more
Christmas in Scotland is an amazing time to visit. Whether you are coming for a city trip or a visit to the country you’ll find a warm welcome in Scotland at Christmas. You might want to come for a pre-Christmas break or to stay in a Scottish hotel over Christmas. If you prefer self-catering, there are plenty of beautiful cottages and lodges available at Christmas. Read more
If you are looking for a different activity to try or new things to do in Scotland, Balloons might provide the answer. There are a number of companies offering hot air balloon flights in Scotland to the general public. Read more
Highland Print Studio is an artists’ workshop with facilities for printmaking and digital imaging, including etching, relief printing and screen-printing. The Studio is used by people ranging from professional artists to complete beginners and provides art classes and activities for individuals, schools and community groups throughout the Highlands and Islands. Read more
As Scotland’s fourth largest city there are plenty of things to do in Dundee. Dundee lies in a beautiful location on the east coast on the north shore of the Tay estuary. It is a vibrant town undergoing a rennaisance recently after some disasterous planning decisions in the 60’s and 70’s. The town has a lot of new architecture and public buildings that are cutting edge. Read more
The Granite City is a fantastic bustling place and a great city to visit for a shopping trip, a bit of sightseeing or the nightlife. There are loads of great things to do in Aberdeen. Read more