Tag Archives: Scotland

North Coast 500 Itinerary: Comprehensive, Honest & Free

Stunning views from Stac Pollaidh hill in Ullapool on the North Coast 500 in Scotland

Explore the 516 miles of Scottish Highlands for turquoise beaches, fresh fish from line to lips, and friendly locals looking to share a sing-song with you. Our extensive North Coast 500 itinerary reveals everything you need to know from routes, attractions, accommodation and tips. And it’s entirely free. Scotland’s Route 66 is a ring road, […]

Outlander Tours Scotland Review For 2024

Outlander Tours Scotland Outlander Locations in Scotland

Get transported to your favourite Outlander locations! Outlander tours (Scotland) will whisk you away to walk in the footsteps of Jamie and Claire at the grand entrance of Castle Leoch, maybe pick herbs in Claire’s herb garden, and stroll the cobbled streets of Cranesmuir. Our guide to Outlander tours in Scotland includes day trips and […]

One Day in Glasgow | A Local’s Kick-Ass Itinerary

Statue of Wellington on horse with cone on head in Glasgow

Glasgow is a Scottish city with sass. Every visitor’s itinerary features the capital, Edinburgh, and rightfully so, as it is beautiful and steeped in history, but Glasgow is real, and Glasgow is raw. It’s a big city with contrasting neighborhoods, deadly music and art scene, and most importantly, people with banter. Edinburgh is Paris, Glasgow […]

50 Gifts From Scotland Recommended By a Scot For 2024

Nessie Tea Strainer

Affectionately known for its tartan, Tunnock’s teacakes and tots of whisky, gifts from Scotland are an obvious choice for friends and family who pine for Pitlochry or go gaga over Glencoe. Here is a jam-packed guide to gifts from Scotland and Alba-themed gifts for homes, wardrobes, bellies, and bodies. It features gifts for women, men, […]

Two Nights on the Isle of Skye, Scotland

Skye Scotland

The Isle of Skye is one of Scotland’s most popular tourist destinations and it’s easy to see why when you experience the raw nature of Cuillin Mountains and the lochs which penetrate every nook and cranny of the island. It’s disheartening that the Inner Hebrides’ biggest island is only six hours away from Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, yet […]