Tag: edinburgh

  • Cruises

    Scotland occupies the northern part of the UK and consists of over 600 islands and is a very popular cruise destination for not only Britons but many Europeans every year. Most of the major passenger cruise lines stop at the famous city port of Inverness in the highlands or the bustling

  • Aberlady

    Located by the Firth of Forth in East Lothian, Scotland, the charming historic village of Aberlady has a sense of tranquility about it which makes it very appealing to travelers wanting to take a break from the hustle and bustle of modern city living. Designated as Britain’s first Local Nature Reserve in 1952, Aberlady Bay is not only scenic, but is considered to be significant for its ...

  • Canadian Consulate

    Located in Macdonald House, Grosvenor Square, London, the High Commission of Canada in the United Kingdom deals with applications and enquiries related to traveling or immigrating to Canada. It also deals with applications to study or work in Canada, and provides information on doing business with this North American federal state. The Honorary Consul of Canada based in Edinburgh provides ...

  • German Consulate

    The main offices of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany for the United Kingdom is located in London.The Consular District of the German Consulate consists of not only Scotland, but also destinations in North-England. This includes Cleveland, Redcar, Darlington, Hartlepool, Cumbria, Middlesbrough, Durham, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Stockton on Tees, Hambelton, Richmondshire and ...

  • French Consulate

    The French Consulate General in Edinburgh assists with all French citizens living in Scotland. France has another Consulate General in London for citizens living in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The two Consulates General represent France in the United Kingdom, providing essential services to French citizens living out of the country or on holiday.

  • Australian Consulate

    Please Note: The Australian Consulate in Edinburgh closed in April 2014

  • Musselburgh Old Course

    Musselburgh Old Course in Musselburgh, East Lothian, is the oldest golf links in the world still in use. Records establish that golf was played here in 1672, though Mary Queen of Scots is reputed to have played here in 1567. It was the home of several venerable golf clubs such as The Royal Musselburgh, The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, Royal Burgess Golfing Society and the ...

  • Archerfield Golf Links

    Archerfield is a magnificent estate developed between Gullane and North Berwick in a very picturesque part of East Lothian. It offers magnificent views of Fidra Island and the Fife coastline. Set on five hundred acres with an exclusive club, it offers an experience quite unlike any other in Scotland.

  • Luffness

    Luffness New Golf Club is probably the oldest new course in the world. It was created in 1894 by Tom Morris. The original Luffness Links were on the west of the present course. Some members from the original club broke away to form the Luffness New Golf Club. The course includes nine original holes from Luffness Old Club founded in 1867.

  • Rosewell

    If you happen to be traveling between Loanhead and Penicuik you might try making a turn at the small mining village of Rosewell. Situated just 3 miles north east of Penicuik, the village was established in the last half of the 19th century as a place where the men mining Whitehill Colliery could stay with their families. Over the years it has grown into a truly charming little village with a ...