Adrenaline-pumping activities, exciting events, wildlife, history and so much more. Scotland has an abundance of amazing experiences to offer, from traditional local festivals and laid back pursuits such as fishing and golf, to a huge array of historic sites and cultural highlights. There is so much to do it’s hard to know where to start. Well, why not let us guide you through some of the top things to do in the area. On our blog you can read about Scotland’s many attractions, activities and events.

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Beer hunting across Scotland

Whisky is and always will be Scotland’s national drink, but did you know that this country also has a history of brewing beer that dates back 5,000 years? Machinery and techniques might have changed over the centuries, but the population’s love for the cold, refreshing drink remains the same. In this day and age, smaller…

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Edinburgh Fringe: A Survival Guide

The biggest, most highly anticipated festival of the season is here. Crowds of locals and international visitors will be flooding the streets of Edinburgh over the next four weeks, trying to make the most of the entertainment provided. But heading to the capital without a plan might not be the best idea. You will walk…

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Celts are Coming! at the Crannog Centre

Do you ever wonder how people lived 2500 years ago? Do you ever wish you could travel back in time and walk among your ancestors? Now you can. Sort of. Celts are Coming!, the 2-day festival organised by The Scottish Crannog Centre, allowed guests to learn more about local history through different activities, workshops and…

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A day in… Rob Roy Country

Rob Roy Country is the name given to the area around Lochearnhead, Balquhidder, St. Fillans and Strathyre. Taking its name from the local folk hero, this location is rich with history, breath-taking scenery and numerous activities available to visitors. One of the most recent additions to it is the BLiSS Trail, a series of art…

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October Break inspiration

Post-holiday blues? There is nothing worse than getting back to your daily routine after a nice trip, but we have a solution. The best way to survive this change is… to book your next getaway! After all, October break is only a few months away and if the Scottish countryside is your destination, we have…

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Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre

Located in Comrie, Auchingarrich is the perfect place to spend a day with the little ones. Rain or sunshine, the wildlife centre provides its guests with lots of different fun activities. While walking along the paths on these stunning hills in the Perthshire countryside you will have the chance to see a variety of animals…

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Film locations in Central Scotland

It is no wonder many directors choose Scotland as a backdrop for their films: the green hills, clear lochs and fairytale castles seem straight out of a movie set. If you are looking to do something slightly different during your holiday, it could be a good idea to visit the places where your favourite actors…

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The Haunted POW Camp

Last night we enjoyed a tour around the Cultybraggan Camp just outside the village of Comrie, formerly used as a World War Two Prisoner of War camp. The Nissan huts used as lodgings and officers quarters were later re-purposed for British Army cadets so many of the buildings dating back 70 years remain remarkably intact.…

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Lochearnhead Highland Games 2018

Lochearnhead hosted its 2018 Highland Games last weekend, Saturday 21st July. Every year locals and tourists gather together in different towns all over the country for a day of fun, games and Scottish pride. The Games are a tradition that dates back to the 11th century, an event that brings communities together while celebrating Scottish…

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Callander Summerfest 2018

Callander Summerfest is back for its fifth edition, and we could not be more excited. Last Saturday we decided to visit the small town on the first day of celebrations. Needless to say, we were soon wrapped in the lively atmosphere and greeted by the local volunteers working the stalls and exhibitions. St. Andrew’s Church…

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