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.
Scotland can be an expensive place to visit and unfortunately the price of everything from admission tickets to petrol seems to be reaching new wallet-destroying levels with each passing year.
In this article you’ll discover tips and tricks to save money on a trip to Scotland whether you’re travelling by car or train, staying in a top-notch hotel or a budget hostel, and eating in a posh restaurant or snacking on a takeaway burger.
There are many things that can disrupt a winter tour of Scotland, with sub-zero temperatures, short daylight hours and treacherous icy roads causing mayhem for the unwary traveller.
In this article you’ll find a collection of useful travel tips and advice that will help you tour Scotland in winter whether you’re going on a Highland road trip or a weekend city break.
A holiday in Scotland can be expensive. There are flights, accommodation each night, meals every day, attraction tickets, and travel between destinations. See how much it all costs in this comprehensive guide.
Travel in Scotland without a car is certainly do-able, but you need to make sure you know your public transport options, where you’ll be heading to each day and how long you can expect to take to get there.
There’s something special about travelling through Scotland on a train. I don’t know if it’s the sounds, the smells, or maybe just the fact that someone else is doing all the work, but taking the train always feels more enjoyable than using other forms of transport.
Scotland isn’t alone in the world for having midges but we do seem to suffer from them more than most, mainly due to the fact that our climate offers them the perfect breeding conditions.
Ah, Scotland in summer. Swathes of purple heather on serene grassy hills. Sun glinting off mirror-faced lochs. Golden beaches on secluded islands, and Highland glens bathed in the gentle hues of the evening sun.