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  • Glasgow Earns Title of UNESCO City of Music

    As part of UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network, Glasgow has been named as a UNESCO City of Music in recognition of its musical history as well as the significant role the city plays in ...

  • Touring People’s Palace & Winter Gardens

    Sitting regally on the north east side of Glasgow Green, the majestic People’s Palace & Winter Gardens is a fascinating place to visit and is a popular tourist attraction for people visiting ...

  • Olympic Dreams Come True

    Chris Hoy was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, on 23 March 1976 and has always had the ambition and the drive to become an Olympic champion. His fascination with bicycles started at the age of ...

  • An Inspiring Tour through Haddo House

    Situated about twenty miles north of Aberdeen in Scotland, Haddo House welcomes visitors to explore its many fascinating features, including the surrounding terraced gardens, stables, tea ...

  • Entertainment Galore at the Loopallu Festival

    Approximately fifty-seven miles from Inverness lies the small town of Ullapool, Scotland. Between the 19th and the 20th of September 2008, Ullapool will again come alive with festive ...

  • A Visit to Tranquil Vatersay

    Most of the outer islands of Scotland are uninhabited, lying silent in their isolation, except for Vatersay, the Western Isles’ most southerly populated area. Due to the small size of the ...

  • Glasgow International Piping Festival

    The Glasgow International Piping Festival is known as one of the most energetic and entertaining festivals in Scotland, and this year Glasgow will come alive with sound of music between the ...

  • Experience the Rugged Beauty of the Cape Wrath Trail

    The Cape Wrath Trail that runs for about 200 miles along the west coast of Scotland and through the Scottish Highlands, is considered by even the most seasoned hiker to be one of the most ...

  • An Intriguing Visit to a Macabre Museum

    The Surgeon’s Hall Museum, under the jurisdiction of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, Scotland, houses one of the most significant, and possibly the oldest and most macabre, ...

  • A Family Outing to Satrosphere Science Centre

    The Satrosphere Science Centre in Aberdeen, Scotland, was established in 1988 and forms a part of the scientific centers network in Scotland that includes the Glasgow Science Centre, ...