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29th April 2022 by Twins that Travel

How to spend three days in Dumfries and Galloway

Located amongst the rolling hills of the south of Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway offers its visitors a rich tapestry of history, culture and adventure to explore. Situated in the south west of the country, the area proudly celebrates its ‘accessible remoteness’; enabling travellers to hop over the English border and disappear into its captivating landscapes, all without the stress of a long or complicated journey....

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18th April 2022 by The Scrapbook of Life

9 most scenic routes in Scotland – Best roads In the Scottish Highlands

The scenery in the Scottish Highlands is so utterly enchanting that in my humble opinion it is one of the most unique places to visit in Europe. For this reason, it would be difficult to pick just one scenic route to answer this question. There are many wonderful roads in Scotland which meander around intimidatingly tall mountains and lochs which are like sheets of glass (on still days), and each of them are special in their own way. After visiting the Highlands more times than I’ve had hot...

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7th March 2022 by The Scrapbook of Life

10+ useful Scotland travel tips + one you won’t have already read

So you’re off to Scotland? Congratulations! I’m excited for you, because you will find some of the prettiest places there. I’ve been visiting year-in-year-out since well before I could walk and talk. It has been a firm family favourite holiday destination for yonks, and the mountains, lochs, waterfalls and towns hold many precious memories for me. After so many trips, the Scottish Highlands has come to feel a bit like my second home, and I want to share with you some of the 11 must-know...

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1st February 2022 by Kirsty Leanne

A budget-friendly two-day Edinburgh itinerary: Where to stay, eat, and explore

Edinburgh is an amazing city to visit, and there’s so much to see and do that it can be tough to fit everything in during a short trip, especially if you’re on a budget. That’s why I’ve put together this budget-friendly two-day Edinburgh itinerary – so you can make the most of your time in Scotland’s beautiful capital city! In this post, I’ll tell you where to stay, what to eat, and what attractions to explore. I’ll also give you some tips on how to save money while you’re...

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29th January 2022 by Kirsty Leanne

How to do Edinburgh on a budget: The ultimate guide

Edinburgh is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK and after falling head over heels on a recent visit, I can see exactly why more than 2.2 million people visit each year. With its stunning architecture, fascinating (and often dark) history and lively nightlife, I was overwhelmed by just how much I loved the city. Edinburgh, however, can be an expensive city to visit if you’re not careful....

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17th January 2022 by Emma

4 ways to travel from London to Scotland on any budget

Fabled battlefields, crumbling castles, secluded glens and lochs, and gloriously green mountains—these are just a few of the reasons why Scotland is one of the top dream destinations of many travellers. Visitors from all over the world can’t get enough of the country’s historic towns, vibrant cities, and dramatic landscapes.Scotland’s charming villages, rolling hills, and heather-covered moors are a far cry from the bustling streets of London. Although these two places might seem a...

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31st August 2021 by Emily Luxton

Escaping it all with Princess Cruises UK Seacations

Last week, I set sail for a much-needed escape onboard the Regal Princess, on one of the new Princess Cruises Summer Seacations. Four nights at sea on a round trip from Southampton, with an all-inclusive package, three pools to choose from, hot tubs to unwind in, multiple bars to try, and more restaurants than I had time to visit… It felt like a “proper” holiday, and one that was very much needed after so long stuck at home!...