For budget travelers, Glasgow makes an affordable alternative to Edinburgh and there are plenty of free things to do in Glasgow. Here are a few ideas.
It might be best known as the capital of the Scottish Highlands and the gateway to the North, but Inverness is also a lively destination in its own right and the city boasts a busy schedule of seasonal events. From Celtic sporting traditions to summer music festivals, here are some of the best festivals and events in Inverness.
Summertime might be the city’s busiest time of year, but visiting Glasgow in autumn is an ideal time to avoid the crowds, experience some of Scotland’s most unique arts and cultural events, and bag a bargain.
Scotland might be better known for its windswept peaks and rugged coastal cliffs, than its sunny beaches and holiday resorts, but the northern half of the UK is still an idyllic place to spend the summer months. From joining the festivities at the world’s biggest arts festival to island hopping around the coast, these are some of Scotland’s best summer destinations.
It had been a lifelong dream of mine to visit the Isle of Skye in Scotland. So, when I found myself in Inverness, Scotland for a few days, I was so excited to find Viator’s Isle of Skye Day Trip from Inverness.