Commonwealth Glory in Glasgow

The Commonwealth Games take place every four years and is considered one of the top three international sporting events in the world.  Glasgow originally decided to make a bid to host the Commonwealth games back in 2002 and, after five years of presentations and assessments, officially won the bid back in November 2007. Now the […]

Glasgow Skyline

Things to Do this May Weekend in Glasgow

Nobody likes Mondays – so make sure you take full advantage of your May bank holiday weekend this year. Glasgow is overflowing with things to do all year round, and workers who’re off on the 6th May have an extra day to enjoy its many charms. Both locals and tourists can revel in the energetic […]

Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh in 2013

As soon as Christmas is over and January hits, it’s time to start thinking about holidays and where you want to visit in 2013. At the top of a lot of people’s list this year is Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh. Here is a breakdown of some of the main events in Edinburgh this coming year: Edinburgh […]

Edinburgh, Scotland

Top 3 Touring Places in Scotland

Planning for touring this year? Then, pay a visit to beautiful picturesque Scotland, which is famous for its fantastic landscapes. Especially for people coming from abroad, touring in Scotland will be quite exciting. The major reason to visit Scotland is that it offers plenty of best views for visitors. The beautiful Scottish landscape of mountains, […]

Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Exciting Places to Go in Edinburgh

If you are planning a trip to the largest city in Scotland, whether it be for business or for pleasure, then here are some fun things to see and do while there. Invest in an Edinburgh Pass Those who are planning on spending at least a few days in the Scottish capital should seriously consider […]

Hogmanay Fireworks in Edinburgh

Visiting Scotland for the New Year’s Celebration Hogmanay

It’s the middle of autumn, and as the weather becomes more miserable and the nights continue to draw in, thoughts inevitably turn to the Christmas and New Year period. While Christmas is all about celebration, the thought of seeing out the end of 2012 in style is something that millions may be planning for. Some […]

Edinburgh Fringe Festival Performers

Things to do in Edinburgh during the Fringe Festival

Even though Edinburgh is quite a relaxed, serene place for most of the year and is still more than worth a visit all year round, there is one part of the year it’s at its liveliest. Edinburgh Fringe Festival time brings a different dynamic to this most English of Scottish cities. The world famous Edinburgh […]

Hellisay, Outer Hebrides

10 Facts About Holidaying in the Outer Hebrides

The Outer Hebrides are located off the west coast of Scotland. They are a chain of 12 islands connected to the Scottish mainland. The islands encompass 150 miles of land between the Atlantic Ocean and the Minch. Some of the most populated islands of the Outer Hebrides are the Lewis and Harris, South Uist, North […]

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The Sound of Music: Excursions and Breaks for Musical Kids

For decades musical vacations have provided kids with a superb way to learn more about their musical interests, develop their singing or instrumental skills, and mature as a person. Whether embarking on band camp, going on an overseas tour with a choral society or joining in with your school orchestra as it plays across the […]

Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland

Comedy Scene in Edinburgh

The comedy scene in Edinburgh is supported by many hotels in this city. Most hotels provide a free shuttle service to Edinburgh City Center. Below is a listing of the top comedy venues to patronize when visiting Edinburgh. Usher Hall Usher Hall is located at Edinburgh City Center. They offer regular Thursday night comedy and […]

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