Compiling a bucket list for Scotland is not an easy task! This is because, in all honesty, there are just so many possibilities. Whether your preference is for a bustling cultured city or a wild wind-swept island beach, Scotland has it all.
Drumnadrochit is a small rural village about 30 minutes drive south of Inverness, perfectly placed on the banks of Loch Ness. This Loch Ness village is said to have its very own microclimate tucked away in sunny Glen Urquhart, a natural valley which is surrounded by heather and tree covered hills.
Glasgow is Scotland’s biggest city and it certainly has a big personality. It’s edgy, vibrant and bold. As the slogan goes ‘People Make Glasgow’ and I would wholeheartedly agree (most of my family are from Glasgow!)
Whether you’re searching for free things to do in Glasgow for families, couples, groups or solo travellers, we think you’ll be very pleasantly surprised by this list. This stately city by the River Clyde is packed with history and culture, and offers some lovely outdoor spaces to discover too.
Despite its size, Drumnadrochit offers a wide range of food options for visitors and locals alike. Whether you’re looking for an upmarket meal, a quick & easy take-away, an indulgent coffee and cake or a cosy pub, there’s something for everyone. Before delving into our 10 favourite places to eat and drink in Drumnadrochit, here’s a…
The gateway to the Highlands – not to mention the legendary loch and its monster – is a gracious city with a castle overlooking the River Ness. Spending time in this lovely location is always a pleasure. But when you haven’t got too much cash to splash, can you find any free things to do…
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