Travel Information on Scotland
Our guide to Scottish holidays and tours together with information on all parts of Scotland. Lots of Scottish tours to read about and hundreds of Scottish pictures to enjoy. We also provide answers to lots of travel questions that tourists often ask about Scotland.

Clach Leathad from Ba Bridge on the West Highland Way

Exploring Scotland
Part 1
Series celebrating Scotland’s stunning landscape and landmarks from the air. In this first episode, presenter Vanessa Collingridge starts her journey in the capital, exploring Edinburgh from its volcanic beginnings to the building of the glorious New Town. She then travels through the agricultural Borders and follows Glasgow’s mighty River Clyde before arriving at the gateway to the Highlands, Stirling.
Part 2
In this second episode, Vanessa Collingridge starts her journey in Mid-Argyll, visiting Kilmartin to explore the history of some of Scotland’s earliest kings. She then travels to Inveraray and the west coast of Skye before ending with a journey from Ben Nevis to Urquhart Castle
Part 3
In this third episode, Vanessa Collingridge travels across the Cairngorms, journeys along the River Dee to Balmoral, revels in Aberdeen’s granite architecture and ends by taking a look at two of Scotland’s engineering marvels – the Bell Rock Lighthouse and the Forth Rail Bridge.
Scotland Revealed in Winter
Scotland’s stunning landscapes and landmarks as seen from the air in the depths of winter – the Cairngorms, Glencoe, the Great Glen Fault. Vanessa Collingridge presents this breath-taking aerial portrait of Scotland’s beautiful scenery during the winter months, while covered in snow.

Whoever travels to Scotland, meets a beautiful and rich country, rich in beauty and history. The majestic castles greet the visitor in every corner of the country. Witnesses of time ago which remind one rather of plays and dramas, such as Shakespeare or Macbeth which are the most famous example of it. Some parts of Scotland rank among the most thinly settled areas of Europe and offer the possibility of experiencing nearly undisturbed landscapes. Whether lonely lighthouses or postcard picture church ruins, Scotland should be traveled in peace and with time, in order to absorb the un-comparable impressions, of nature and architect, it has to offer.

Scotland’s Towns and Cities
This is a video collection of some of our Towns & Cities all around 24 minutes in playing time.