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The Complete Guide to Visiting Culross in Fife

The historic village of Culross is situated on the banks of the Firth of Forth where it overlooks the petrochemical works of Grangemouth to the south and the Longannet power station to the west.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting Ben Lawers in Perth & Kinross

Scotland’s 10th-highest Munro is one of Central Scotland’s most popular tourist hotspots, famed not only for the fantastic walks to the massif summit but also for the wonderful views visitors get to enjoy along the way.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting Schiehallion Mountain in Perthshire

Schiehallion mountain lies between Loch’s Tay, Rannoch, and Tummel roughly 10 miles north-west of Aberfeldy in Perthshire, and it’s renowned amongst Scotland’s hillwalkers as being one of the easiest Munro’s to ‘bag’ in the country.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting The Hermitage Forest in Perthshire

There are over 200,000 acres of woodland in Perthshire so you’re pretty much spoilt for choice if you ever visit the region and fancy taking a walk, but in my opinion one of the best forests is Tay Forest Park, home of The Hermitage.

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Edinburgh’s Outlander Filming Locations – The Ultimate Guide

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.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting The McManus Museum in Dundee

The McManus museum and art gallery in Dundee is one of the city’s foremost tourist attractions, and it’s most notable for the beautiful building that houses the fascinating collections exploring the fields of fine art, natural history, modern industry, the local landscape and more.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting the V&A Gallery in Dundee

Think of Dundee and what springs to mind? Images of Desperate Dan scoffing down a cow pie perhaps (Dundee is home to Scottish publisher DC Thomson), or maybe a big fat dollop of marmalade on your morning toast (Dundee is also the birthplace of the first commercially-made marmalade in Britain).

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The Complete Guide to Visiting the Falkirk Wheel in Central Scotland

This impressive example of Scotland’s world-leading engineering skills lifts boats over 115 feet into the air between the Forth & Clyde and Union canals, and since opening in 2002 it’s seen over 1.5 million people take a boat trip on this extraordinary lift.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park in Central Scotland

Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park located near Stirling is the only safari park in Scotland, and it’s also one of the country’s busiest tourist attractions.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting the Birks of Aberfeldy in Central Scotland

The Birks of Aberfeldy, located near the town of Aberfeldy in Perthshire, offers a beautiful short walk that takes visitors on a circular route through mature woodland that’s covered this part of Central Scotland for over 8000 years.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting Dunfermline Abbey in Central Scotland

It’s here at this impressive 900-year-old abbey where some of Scotland’s greatest kings and queens were buried, with prominent figures including Saint Margaret (wife of Malcolm III) and Robert the Bruce buried beneath the abbey grounds.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting Castle Campbell and Dollar Glen in Central Scotland

For an afternoon walk that includes meandering rivers, rushing waterfalls, deep gorges, towering trees and a castle with one of the best views in Scotland, the trail around Dollar Glen is hard to beat.