No matter where you’ve traveled you are unlikely to find a place that is quite like Stromness, Scotland. With incredibly narrow streets, undeniable charm and an ever-present sense of history, Stromness truly is one of Scotland’s more outstanding destinations. This unusual little town is situated in an inlet of Scapa Flow and it stretches out for roughly a mile along the shores of Hamnavoe. ...
Though there are many small villages and towns in the Scottish Highlands, there is only one city - Inverness. This city is situated in North-East Scotland at the mouth of the River Ness from which the city derives its name. This city is quite old and has many attractions and - being the only city in the Highlands - it is a great starting point.
Glasgow and Clyde Valley
Glasgow is as popular among tourists as it is among locals. It boasts magnificent scenery and many leisure and cultural attractions. Glasgow was properly established in the 6th century by Saint Mungo who was a Christian missionary. He built a church on the site where the present Glasgow Cathedral stands today, causing Glasgow to become a religious centre. Prior to this, the area ...