Tag: attractions

  • Cairngorm Mountain Railway

    One of the more popular attractions in Scotland is the Cairngorm Mountain Railway that is located near Aviemore and south of Glenmore Forest Park. The railway runs for two kilometers up the slopes of the Cairngorm Mountains and for this reason it is the United Kingdom's highest railway. Skiers often make use of this service that takes them to the Ptarmigan station. This ...

  • Cairngorm Reindeer Centre

    Bring your family along for a unique experience. The Cairngorm Reindeers belong to Britain's only herd of reindeer found free ranging in the Cairngorm Mountains in Scotland. At the Cairngorm Reindeer Centre you can seperate the facts from the fables about reindeers just by spending some time at the centre.

  • Five Sisters Zoo Park

    The Five Sister’s Zoo Park had its humble beginnings within the Five Sister’s Garden Centre as a side-line to the main purpose of being a garden centre. Their private collection was made up of a variety of animals and was based on the setting of an amusement centre for children, an original and creative idea with educational benefits in helping to make the young generation more ...

  • Crannog Centre

    A popular visitor's attraction is the Crannog Centre on Loch Tay in Scotland. A visit to the Centre is unforgettable and will stay with you for a long time. This is one destination you would not want to miss. Crannog's history goes back many thousands of years. Crannog Centre is a complete example of what life was like 2500 years ago. The shore-based exhibition tells the story of the Crannog ...

  • Beecraigs Country Park

    In the picturesque hills of Bathgate, just three miles south from the quaint historical town of Linlithgow, lies the rustic Beecraigs Country Park surrounded by the unfailing beauty of the natural habitat and enveloped within 370 hectares or 913 acres of tranquil scenery. The Country Park is open throughout the year from dawn to dusk, though times will change according to the summer ...

  • Breaks Holidays

    Scotland might not be the first place that comes to mind when deciding on a location for a romantic break. However, many who have tried it have discovered a most unforgettable and romantic country just waiting to share its splendor with doting couples. There is a lot to do in Scotland. You might take in some of the natural beauty by strolling along the edge of a loch, or walking ...

  • Weddings

    Whether you are planning a small intimate wedding or a large, formal occasion, Scotland has a lot to offer. The magical mountains and moors of Scotland provide the ultimate backdrop to the perfect wedding and what's more, you can have your honeymoon here too! Many famous people have chosen to have their weddings here - obviously aware of what a perfect romantic setting Scotland really ...

  • Visa Passports

    Getting into, out of, and around a foreign country can be a challenge. To avoid unnecessary stress and ensure a smooth trip, travel documents should be up-to-date and comply with the country's requirements. Scotland's well developed tourism infrastructure, spectacular scenery, fascinating history and rich culture, make it a dream holiday destination for visitors from within the United ...

  • Natural Features

    Moors and Mountains The moors and mountains of Scotland are delightfully beautiful and scenic. They views they have to offer change throughout the year and it is really the season that dictates just how much you'll appreciate them. Most of them are wild areas which, when walked or ridden, offer animal sightings and much natural bush and grass. More...