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  • Uri Geller’s Scottish Island

    Although controversial, and certainly unproven, some historical researchers believe that the Scots royal lineage may have its roots in ancient Egypt. The story goes that around 1400 BC, an ...

  • The Peaceful Isle of Kerrera

    Visitors to Oban who may be seeking some solitude or a slightly different sort of adventure should certainly consider boarding the ferry and heading to the Isle of Kerrera. Home to some 40 ...

  • Explore Orchardton Tower

    Located in the Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland is a fascinating structure known as Orchardton Tower. Although there are numerous free-standing tower houses throughout Scotland, ...

  • Get Aff Ma Land

    Reports suggest that certain streets in Glasgow and Edinburgh are among the most dangerous in Europe, with stabbings, shootings and slappings at an all-time high. One way to eliminate the ...

  • Exclusive Dining at Edinburgh Festival

    The Edinburgh Festival is an annual event that is keenly anticipated by thousands of festival goers, and each year the festival grows in popularity, with greater numbers attending. Bringing ...

  • The Beauty of Geilston Garden

    From April to October the Geilston Garden welcomes visitors who come to marvel at the beauty of their floral displays and seek its tranquility. Located just outside of Glasgow, in Cardross, ...

  • New Nessie Discovery in Archives

    In the year 1933 a sighting took place that would forever change the public view of Loch Ness. Located just outside the city of Inverness, the deep and dark waters of the Loch Ness have ...

  • M&D’s Scotland’s Theme Park

    The Strathclyde Loch was constructed in 1965 and is an artificial lake that is located in the Strathclyde Country Park, in Lanarkshire. It is known as one of the most popular parks in ...

  • Visiting Stranraer

    The region of The Rhinns of Galloway is located in the most western area of Scotland, and is the location of the fascinating town of Stranraer. For years the town has been viewed as nothing ...

  • Sueno’s Stone in Forres

    In Forres of Scotland is a wonderful attraction that is a significant historical site. The Sueno’s Stone was found buried, and its discovery has opened new doors into the past of Scotland. Its ...