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  • The Great Scottish Castle Trail – Part Two

    --A Battlemaster's Guide to Doing Scotland Right-- (Continued from Part One) A short jaunt east of Edinburgh near the coastal retreat of North Berwick sits Tantallon Castle. Its towering ...

  • The Great Scottish Castle Trail – Part One

    --A Battlemaster's Guide to Doing Scotland Right-- Scotland is the land of castles. With arguably the greatest concentration of them in Europe there is something to appeal to everyone - ...

  • History and Culture at Mull Museum

    Visitors to Tobermory on the Isle of Mull in the Scottish Inner Hebrides will not want to miss a visit to the Mull Museum. Run by volunteers and dependent on donations for financial ...

  • Celebrate the Arts in Perth

    Set to take place on 22nd May to 1st June 2014, the Perth Festival of the Arts has grown from the proverbial humble beginnings in 1972 into an international celebration of a wide range of ...

  • Epic Migration of Shetland Island Birds

    Advances in modern technology are helping researchers track migration patterns of birds and other animals in a way that has never before been possible – with some mind-boggling results. It ...

  • The Kelpies – Monuments to the Past and Future

    Standing alongside the Forth and Clyde Canal as a tribute to the significant role played by horses in the development of Scotland's industry, The Kelpies are two 30m tall horse-head ...

  • Glasgow to Host XX Commonwealth Games

    Set to take place in Glasgow from the 23rd of July through to the 3rd of August, the 2014 Commonwealth Games will feature 70 teams participating in a total of 261 events in 17 different ...

  • Discover Scotland’s Elusive Otters

    With their dense fur, webbed feet, and ears and noses that can close when underwater, Otters are well adapted for living in and around water. While European otter (Lutra lutra) populations ...

  • Explore the Great Glen Canoe Trail

    Stretching over a distance of sixty miles between Fort William and Inverness, the Great Glen Canoe Trail is the first of its kind in Scotland. Winding its way through natural lochs and ...

  • Visit the Island of Ulva

    With its history of human habitation going back to prehistoric times, the island of Ulva in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, and has some ...