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  • Annual Scottish Food Fortnight

    Good food and drink is inextricably linked to the good life in Scotland. While the whisky of Scotland is well known around the world, the traditional foods are also gaining popularity ...

  • The Swirling Waters of Scotland’s Corryvreckan Whirlpool

    Little can match the unusual adventure in Scotland of a trip to the Corryvreckan Whirlpool. This legendary maelstrom or whirlpool lies off the west coast of Scotland between the islands of Jura ...

  • Rural Scotland at the Royal Highland Show

    The Royal Highland Show which has been held at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, Scotland for nearly fifty years is a most eagerly awaited annual event. If you think this is only about the ...

  • Fishing in the Lochs of Northwest Scotland

    The Northwest highlands of Scotland are largely pristine regions that have countless lochs and rivers. Fishing here is excellent and there are many lochs where no one has ever fished. In ...

  • Golfing Vacation in Scotland

    Playing golf in Scotland is the ambition of many die hard golfers from the US. But traveling in Scotland and playing golf in Scotland can be very different from what you may be used to at home. ...

  • Breakfast time in Scotland

    Scotland has numerous attractive Bed and Breakfast places which are part of the charm of traveling through the country. A substantial breakfast which keeps you going all through the day is a ...

  • Scotland: The Scottish Highlands

    Few areas of the world provoke a sense of pride in its people as the Highlands provides for the people of Scotland. The mountain range that is the Highlands runs through the north and west ...

  • The Tay River in Scotland

    The Tayside area of Scotland has over six thousand miles of river offering excellent fishing throughout the year. The River Tay is one of the most important, though there are lesser known rivers ...

  • The Population of Urban Scotland is Aging

    The population of Scotland is on the increase according to latest records and is now 50,94,800. The reasons are slightly more births, slightly fewer deaths and more people coming to Scotland ...

  • Peterhead Hosts the Last Scottish Week in Scotland

    Scotland had a tradition of promoting its produce with 'Scottish Weeks'. These were held all over the country but sadly only one city organizes a Scottish Week any more. Peterhead, the most ...