The 10th of March has been chosen by The Bagpipe Society to be a day to celebrate the world’s bagpipes and piping traditions when, since 2012, on International Bagpipe Day – Great Bagpipe Convergence – pipers anywhere are invited to go out at noon local time, play their pipes, and then post a photo or video on the Society Facebook page.
SCOTLAND’S FOOTBALL FANS ARE READY FOR ‘EURO 2020’ ‘Euro 2020’ kicks off, at last Scotland’s men’s team qualified for Euro 2020*, the international football tournament featuring Europe’s top teams. Their their kick-off is set for 14th June 2021 against the … Continued
Tour and Discover LGBTQ+ Scotland Celebrating Scotland’s diverse history is what we Scottish Tourist Guides do best! And with the aim of not confining certain groups’ stories to particular days or months of the year, here is a glimpse into … Continued
Jacobitism was a largely 17th- and 18th-century movement that supported the restoration of the House of Stuart to the British throne. The name Jacobite is derived from Jacobus, the Latin version of James. When James II and VII was forced … Continued
¿Puedo viajar a Escocia después del Brexit? ¡Por supuesto! Si estás pensando en visitar Escocia, pero no sabes qué cambios se han producido después del Brexit, te recomiendo que leas este post. Aquí encontrarás todas las claves que te ayudarán … Continued
Scotland is famous for its many castles, ranging from the palatial and stately – some still inhabited by their owners – to remote, romantic ruins by the sea. Blue Badge Guide David Tucker selects ten Scottish castles open to visitors. Each carries … Continued