Touring the United Kingdom for the first time can be a bewildering experience, as not only do visitors travel between different countries, they also have to use an unfamiliar currency.
Trying to work out exchange rates is confusing enough, and four countries means four different currencies, doesn’t it?
Discover the answer to that question and everything else you need to know about using money in Scotland in this helpful guide.
One question that’s frequently asked by visitors to Scotland is, is bathroom tap water safe to drink?
Most visitors will find themselves staying in a hotel where the only source of water is the bathroom tap, but many people are unaware of Scotland’s water regulations.
Discover the answer to this question along with lots of facts about drinking water in Scotland with this information-packed resource.
Bears once thrived in Scotland, and remains have been found everywhere from the Borders to the far north, but are there any still living in the wild today?
Discover the story of Scotland’s brown bears in this article, which includes information about where you can see them, as well as other wild animals that still live in the remotest regions of Scotland.
For hundreds of years, Scottish people spoke a mixture of Gaelic and Scots, but after the union with England in 1701 the country quickly adopted English as the primary spoken language.
Today, 99% of people living in Scotland speak English and 1% speak Scottish Gaelic. Of the English-speakers, 30% use the dialect known as Scots.
Discover more fascinating facts about the Scottish language in this information-packed article.
Arran Sense of Scotland is a premium beauty and body care manufacturer that creates luxury fragrances inspired by the natural elements of the Isle of Arran.
Discover a collection of Arran Sense of Scotland’s top products in this article, which includes unbiased reviews and in-depth product descriptions.
Scotland isn’t exactly world-renowned as a tourist destination where you need sunscreen, but with Scotland’s high latitude meaning we enjoy long summer days (1-3 hours longer than London) your skin will be exposed to more harmful UV rays than you might expect.
Discover a collection of highly-rated sunscreens in this article which all offer superb protection against UV, as well as helping to moisturize skin and offering protection against visible skin ageing.
Blisters are a potential problem for anyone that enjoys hiking in Scotland as they can turn an enjoyable walk into a pain-filled nightmare. They are caused by a number of reasons, but the most common is friction to the skin of the foot from parts of the shoe that constantly rub against toes, heels, and soles.
Discover five top-rated anti-blister products from Amazon in this guide, along with tips to help you reduce the likelihood you’ll get blisters the next time you go for a walk in Scotland.
Travel insurance is something that all travellers need, but most people either forget about it or decide not to get it due to the costs involved.
However, this is one insurance that’s an absolute must-buy, and over half a million individuals and families have to make a claim while on holiday every year.
Discover the facts about the travel insurance you need while visiting Scotland in this ultimate guide.
The dancing, skipping, multi-coloured lights of the aurora borealis are caused by charged particles from the sun colliding with the earths magnetic field, and they are most visible in northern countries like Scotland.
In this article you’ll discover the best places to view the northern lights in Scotland, as well tips to help you see them and information on Scotland’s fabulous dark sky parks.
Munros are mountains in Scotland that are over 3,000 feet in height. They can be found in the Scottish Highlands as well as the Western Isles and Central Scotland.
Discover the best Munros to climb, the easiest, the highest and advice for Munro bagging in this ultimate guide.
The Scottish kilt is one of the most recognizable items of traditional clothing in the world. This warm, smart and durable garment is frequently worn at weddings and it’s the only national dress in the UK that’s worn for ordinary purposes as well as special occasions.
Discover the history behind Scotland’s kilt as well as its modern-day use, and learn exactly how to wear it and which accessories to wear with it in this handy all-in-one guide.
There are more than 30,000 lochs in Scotland and the majority are located in the Scottish Highlands, including the tourist-favourites of Ness, Lomond and Shiel.
Discover a collection of wonderful Scottish lochs in this article that delves deep into what makes each one such a special place, along with details of what you can expect to find when you visit them.