Beginners Guide to Bothies
We can all agree that some of the most amazing and remote Scottish accommodation can often be the most expensive one. What would you say if I told you there a way to get one for free? Forget 5* hotels. Forget cosy B&B’s. Forget the hostels. Forget about Glamping and sleeping in the tents in wildness. Think BOTHIES. New trend and way of travelling is coming to Scotland with a premiere of “Scottish Bothy Bible: The complete guide to Scotland s bothies and how to reach them” written by Geoff Allan
The Essential Pictures from Scotland
When scrolling through an Instagram tag or looking through Visit Scotland’s Facebook albums, there’s always a short list of things which pop up very often, because they are so photogenic, symbolic and widespread in Scotland. What ‘little things’ do you often see in pictures from Scotland? Here’s our list.
Edinburgh Castle Survival Guide
Every single tourist that visits Edinburgh has the same idea on their minds. The Castle. You approach the beautiful Scottish capital and from afar you can see the proud castle towering above the rest of the city. It’s got amazing views, and is one of the world's most iconic places; It’s on the top of your to-do list so you hop off the bus or the train and run up the historic Royal Mile to enter the castle and then…
Top 5 Oldest Places In Scotland
Scotland is a country of pioneers and innovators, and so it’s no surprise that Scotland has its fair share of ‘firsts’ that still exist to this day - the oldest items of Scotland’s history. And with 2017 being the Visit Scotland Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology, what better time to look at Scotland’s oldest places? The Oldest Pub in Scotland…
Aviemore Cairngorms National Park
Not long ago I had the pleasure of promoting the start of ScotSpirit campaign with one of my photos. In exchange, we received a month ASVA pass from The Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions which enabled us free entrance to over 400 hundred tourist attractions across Scotland. That was a perfect excuse to go wild and plan a nice weekend getaway for me and my family to Aviemore. Why there? I never visited the place before and we heard a lot about it.
Inspiring Must See Places In Scotland
Scotland is one of most beautiful places on earth which is attracting millions of tourists every year. People are drawn in by the multicultural, vibrant cities, lovely views, remains of turbulent past and hundreds of breathtaking castles. Below is our ultimate, must see Scottish Bucket List divided into four categories: cities, landscapes, castles and monuments. More than fifty golf courses, hundred green spaces and neoclassical architecture in amounts so great to justify its name “Athens of the North” with majestic Edinburgh Castle like a jewel in the crown.