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Top 10: cities and places to visit in Scotland

1. Edinburgh<p>Linda Macdonald, Telegraph TraveI’s Edinburgh expert, writes: “It is not difficult to understand how local boy Robert Lewis Stevenson came to write Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, growing up as he did in a city of such extraordinary variety. From the history-soaked medieval Old Town to the …

10 Quintessentially Scottish Hotels

There’s so much to do in Scotland that you could spend weeks touring from the Borders to the Highlands. Wherever you go during the day, The Good Hotel Guide recommends ten great hotels where you'll love spending the night.<p>Trigony House, Thornhill, Dumfries and Galloway<p>Explore the lovely southwest …

What to do in Edinburgh: readers’ travel tips

A castle in Edinburgh (but not the usual one), cinema nostalgia, up close with live music, and plenty of historic attractions – even beyond the well-known haunts, Auld Reekie has plenty to offer<p>Stroll up the Royal Mile and, just past the Canongate Kirk, turn into Chrichton’s Close (next to …

Outlander Walking Tour of Inverness City

We put together this blog and ‘Places to visit for Outlander Fans In the Inverness Area‘ to help Outlander fans who are in Inverness and wonder what …

More than the monster: The ultimate guide for your trip to Loch Ness and Inverness

More than the Monster<p>The ultimate guide for your trip to Loch Ness and Inverness<p>Promoted by VisitBritain<p>More than the Monster<p>The ultimate guide for …

Scotland

11 Experiences You Need To Have In Glasgow, Scotland

Glasgow is such a spectacular city, being the largest in Scotland and one of the top five largest in the UK. Like its friendly neighbour Edinburgh, …

The Complete Guide To Travelling The Highlands Of Scotland

Road trips have long since been a mainstay of travel and are always a great way to pack in as many sights as possible.<p>Although they’re quite …

10 Beautiful Villages To Visit In The Scottish Highlands

The Scottish Highlands are one of the more remote places in not just Scotland, but in the UK, to visit but you definitely shouldn’t let that stop you …

Scotland

10 Secret Places To See When Visiting Edinburgh

Edinburgh is one pretty special Scottish city! The sights of Edinburgh, such as; the castle, the Royal Mile and Arthur’s Seat are pretty well-known …

Ireland

<b>Location</b><p><b>Flag</b><p><b>Quick Facts</b><p><b>Government</b><p>parliamentary democracy<p><b>Currency</b><p>euro (€)<p><b>Area</b><p>84,421km²<p><b>Population</b><p>6,378,000 (2011 estimate)<p><b>Language</b><p>Irish (national and …

Top 10 Dublin Spots with a Literary History

Walk into any classic pub in Dublin and there's one thing you won't hear: a television. This is intentional—pubs are for drinking and talking, not …

First time Ireland: unmissable Emerald Isle experiences

Ireland’s reputation precedes itself, so first-time visitors might think they know what to expect – rolling green fields, chatty locals and a pint for each hand – but there’s so much more to Ireland than its stereotypical charms. Skip the bus tours stopping at leprechaun-filled souvenir shops and …

Ireland

Driving Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way

The 'Wild Atlantic Way' driving route neatly packages the abundant attractions of Ireland's west coast, from West Cork to Donegal. The well-signed, easy-to-navigate route includes 157 'Discovery Points', where drivers can stop and learn more about the must-sees and lesser-known diversions of this …

Ireland

The Ultimate Irish Road Trip Guide: How To See Ireland In 12 days

Since you’ve been reading all our Ireland posts you’ve fallen in love with this magical land, right? We certainly did. Well now I’m going to make …

10 of the Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Ireland

Outdoors lovers will find lots to be excited about in Ireland, with acres of wild and windswept countryside, cute-as-a-button villages and hair-raising coastal cliffs making up the country's surprisingly varied scenery. From mesmerizing UNESCO World Heritage sites to unique vistas that beg to be …

Top 10 things to see and do in Dublin

1Take a tour of the city<p>First timers, or short-of-timers should take a tour. Here are three ways to see the city:<p>Hop on Hop off bus tour<p>It lasts …

European Travel

Driving Ireland, Coast to Coast

Forget traveling from Point A to Point B in Ireland. Slow down on a coast-to-coast road trip with some of Ireland's best towns along the way. These are the sights you have to see between Dublin and the Cliffs of Moher.

10 tips for offbeat travellers in Ireland

<i>Here, Annemarie Ní Churreáin recommends ten destinations and accompanying books for visitors in pursuit of Irish history, stories and …

Discovering Dublin’s Coastal Villages

TravelIntelligent Travel<p>I’d been to the Irish capital several times before, but had never ventured from the city center to the seaside towns along the coast. As I came to find out, these aren’t seasonal communities brimming with tacky T-shirt and ice cream shops, but rather idyllic suburbs of …

Look of the Irish capital: 7 reasons you need a Dublin city break right now

You don’t require a degree in Celtic current affairs to understand the tiger has long-since been declawed.<p>The Republic Of Ireland’s economy went from …

This Is the World’s Friendliest City

At least according to voters in our World’s Best Awards.<p>Just three hours from the big city bustle of Dublin, sits the small, lively city of Galway. …

Ireland