From its majestic scenery to historic sites, Scotland has no shortage of things to see and do. Here are our top 10 favorites.
In the remote seas of Scotland’s northernmost horizon, the Shetlands Islands are a world of their own.
I managed to find a paparazzi photo of the Lord and Lady in attendance at a posh party thrown by Tatler magazine. Of course he appeared very dashing and she was the picture of vibrant elegance, which only further intimidated me.
“As a golf architect I like inspiring the average golfer because it’s such a difficult game even at the highest level. Tiger Woods is the greatest player the world’s ever seen. You ask Tiger if the game is easy. No – it’s difficult even for him on a given day.”
“It was her Majesty at the wheel and Prince Phillip in the passenger seat while I was in the back seat. It’s rather remarkable, I suppose, looking back.”
Traveling in the Highlands reveals a different side of Scotland, with craggy rock-strewn mountains and towering cliffs that plunge to the sea below.
A local shares what she loves about the unspoiled Kingdom of the Cats in Scotland – and why you might want to visit Caithness too.
A romantic five-star castle hotel is the perfect base to explore Scotland’s Loch Lomond.
In Scotland’s Whisky Capital, you can learn the art of creating this prized beverage.
A visit to the Scottish capital can be expensive, but here are 10 experiences that won’t cost you a penny.
Traditional teas, rich hot chocolate and the national cuisine of haggis make steep cobblestone streets worth the walk.
You could easily spend a week exploring Edinburgh, but here’s what to see if you only have 24 hours.