Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life. Slow down and breathe in nature by escaping to Scotland’s uncrowded landscapes of Argyll’s Secret Coast
Follow this self-guided tour for some of the best highlights of Edinburgh’s Old Town along with some spectacular hidden gems.
Edinburgh is a city rich in history and culture. The old town, with its cobbled streets and historic buildings, is one of the most visited places in the city. Edinburgh is a city, where you’ll find hidden secrets. Some of these legends are about the ghosts that haunt the underground streets of Edinburgh. There are many tours that explore the area but which are the best underground ghost tours in Edinburgh?
The Nevis Gorge is a remote, stunningly beautiful place, it’s been said, where Scotland paid tribute to the Himalayas. The majority of people who come to experience Scotland’s nature drive to Fort William with a few stops for taking photos. But Nevis Gorge, a popular
The Kintyre Peninsula is such a great destination for a drive! This part of Scotland is well-known for its beautiful coastal scenery and awesome farming opportunities. The area here is perfect for exploring by bike with its single-line road and passing places. If you cut inland, you’ll see sheep and cows grazing on the side of the road, where, patches of mist roll in from the sea
The Black Isle is a peninsula in the northern part of Scotland. It is famous for its natural environment, with spectacular lochs, mountains, and wilderness. Black Isle is home to some of the most beautiful hidden gems of the Highlands. For those looking for things to do on Black Isle, there are many activities they can enjoy right here at the doorstep of the NC500 route wilderness.
Experience an immersive visual story, which celebrates the rich history of Colinton Village’s railway tunnel. As visitors walk through the tunnel, they are presented with a panorama illustrating life in the village to the present day. The mural in Colinton tunnel was created by Chris Rutterford and his team of professional and volunteer artists and over 600 local young and older people contributed along.
Edinburgh is a city of legends and history. The city has a lot to offer and walking tours are one of the most popular activities to explore one of the world’s most culturally rich and beautiful cities. Whether you’re a Harry Potter fan, history enthusiast or on the ghost haunting mission, there’s a walking tour in Edinburgh to suit everyone! Here’s our pick of the best Edinburgh’s walking tours
This is a tale of the Clootie Well. It’s a magical place that has been around for centuries. The well is said to be able to heal all ills, and it’s also been known to grant wishes.
In the old days, people would tie their clothes to the branches of the tree next to the well as an offering. They believed that this would bring them good health and cure their illness.