So what is ‘Scottish’ food exactly?

The history of Scottish food comes from centuries of cultural influences and local traditions. Early Scottish cuisine was heavily influenced by the country’s rugged landscape and climate, with a focus on hearty, simple dishes that made use of locally available ingredients such as oats, barley, and root vegetables… The arrival of the Vikings introduced new…

Exploring Central Scotland’s Scenic Railway Walking Track: St Fillans to Comrie

Among Central Scotland’s hidden gems is the railway walking track that winds its way between the charming villages of St Fillans and Comrie. Stretching approximately eight miles along the former Caledonian Railway line, the walking track it offers a delightful trail through some of Scotland’s most scenic countryside. Once part of the Crieff Junction Railway,…

Enhancing Accessibility: Empowering Visitors with Disabilities

Stirlingshire, nestled in the heart of Central Scotland, boasts a rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty. From the iconic Stirling Castle perched atop its rocky outcrop to the breathtaking landscapes of the Trossachs National Park, this region captivates visitors from around the world. However, as we celebrate the wonders of Stirlingshire, it’s essential…

The Mirror Man of Loch Earn

Central Scotland features a diverse array of sculptures and statues, each telling a unique story of the region’s history and culture. From historic monuments to contemporary installations, these artworks showcase the creativity of local artists and invite residents and visitors to explore and connect with the essence of our vibrant community… This leads us to…

Exploring the food of Central Scotland

Trying local food and drink was one of the top activities for people enjoying a break in Scotland last year and for good reason! Scotland’s food and drink has long been a jewel in the tourism crown. The country’s landscape, extensive coastline and history have shaped our incredible larder and made it world renowned. Farmers…