The central belt of Scotland lies between the Scottish Borders and the Highlands, where it combines the best of both regions with some of the country’s finest mountains, lochs, and forests.
You’ll find the pick of Central Scotland’s top attractions in this article, along with an overview of each one and 360° photographs that put you in the centre of each location.
The Scottish Highlands is one of the most-visited tourist destinations in Britain.
Covering 10,230 square miles, this region is famous for its natural beauty that includes Britain’s highest mountain (Ben Nevis) as well as its largest body of fresh water (Loch Ness).
Discover a collection of Highland attractions in this article with an overview of each one and 360° virtual tours that let you look around each location from all angles.
The North Highlands offers some of the wildest, most remote, and most scenic landscapes of anywhere in Europe. From John O’ Groats to Ullapool, you’re guaranteed to become smitten with the beauty of this extraordinary region of Scotland.
Discover the North Highlands in this article which provides an overview of the top attractions as well as immersive 360° photos.
East Lothian is an often-overlooked county in Scotland that offers visitors a combination of open countryside, golden beaches, dense woodlands and some of the best nature reserves in the country.
Discover East Lothian in this article which gives an overview of several top attractions with interactive 360° virtual tours.
The second-largest island in the Inner Hebrides – the Isle of Mull – is one of Scotland’s most popular tourist destinations thanks to its wide range of attractions that include dramatic mountains, lush forests, historic buildings, golden beaches and stunning coastlines.
Discover the top places to visit on Mull in this guide, which features a selection of visitor favourites alongside detailed 360° photos.
With a country as beautiful as Scotland you might find yourself struggling to choose the perfect destination for your next date.
In this article you’ll discover a collection of fun, exciting and slightly unusual date suggestions that are guaranteed to be a memorable experience for both of you, whether it’s winter or summer in the cities or the Highlands.
Summer in Scotland is one of the best times of the year to visit, whether it’s for a hike up the mountains, scenic walks around the coastline or island-hopping on the west coast.
This article offers suggestions for places to visit in summer in the main cities, the Highlands and the islands.
A guided tour on a bus means you can sit back and relax while the driver whisks you around a pre-selected list of amazing Scottish attractions.
You’ll never get lost, you’ll be able to take the scenic route, you’ll be able to freely enjoy the magnificent views from the windows and you’ll be able to sample the occasional dram of whisky when you de-bus at each destination. Seriously, what’s not to like about that?!
Discover the best small-group bus tours in this comprehensive guide.
The TV show Outlander has created a whole new generation of tourists who are keen to explore its filming locations in Scotland.
That in turn has lead to a number of Outlander tour operators springing up around the country. In this article I’ll show you where Outlander’s Scottish filming locations are and offer suggestions for the best Outlander tours you can join to see them.
There are so many things I like about Scotland it’s an almost impossible task to say which is my favourite, but I think if I was pushed I’d put the dramatic mountains of the Cairngorms and the stunning forests of Perthshire at a joint number one, closely followed by the single malt whisky’s.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past five you’ve probably heard of Outlander – the time-travelling TV series that begins in 20th-century Scotland before taking a detour 200 years into the past.
In total, there are over 1,500 castles in Scotland, ranging from tiny lookout towers in the far northern Highlands to immense royal palaces in the south-east of the country.
Some of the best Scottish castles are; Edinburgh Castle, Stirling Castle, and Eilean Donan Castle. Discover more about them and many others in this ultimate visitor guide to the best castles in Scotland.