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  • City Snapshot:  Edinburgh in Summer
    City Snapshot: Edinburgh in Summer There’s no denying it – city breaks in Edinburgh are always a treat. During the summer, the city transforms into an atmospheric hive of activity, with festivals and new experiences aplenty.

    Wandering around the hilly city is a great way to start, with many things to do in Edinburgh built upon ancient geology, including the imposing Edinburgh Castle, Calton Hill and Salisbury Crags, each offering incredible panoramic views.

    Boogie the night away at the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival in July, or wander up the Royal Mile whilst the Edinburgh Festival Fringe is in full swing in August. Don’t miss the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, an unforgettable spectacle which unfolds every year on the castle esplanade.

    Of course, there are plenty more fabulous Edinburgh attractions to enjoy. Sip on some tasty drams at the Scottish Whisky Experience at the top of the Mile. Meet the exotic animals at Edinburgh Zoo, or see Edinburgh’s own favourite pet, the statue of Greyfriars Bobby.

    Be mesmerised at Camera Obscura and World of Illusions, or chill out amongst beautiful flowers and vibrant plant species in the Royal Botanics Gardens Edinburgh. Finish off the weekend with a hearty meal at the cosy Sheep’s Heid Inn in Duddingston.

    With so much going on, one thing’s for certain – you’ll be glad you made the time for Edinburgh!

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  • City Snapshot: Edinburgh in Winter
    City Snapshot: Edinburgh in Winter Winter in Edinburgh is a magical time. Wrap up warm and explore the historic streets, visit the twinkling Christmas markets – where delicious food, mulled wine and beautiful crafts await - take a turn on the dazzling star flyer, cosy up at an unforgettable event and enjoy some delicious, leisurely meals with your loved ones – it’s the festive season after all!
  • Rick Steves - Edinburgh
    Rick Steves - Edinburgh In this program we explore the cultural heart of Scotland. After rambling through Edinburgh Castle, we experience Scottish literature and Scotch whisky, savor the new Scottish cuisine with a local friend, stow away on Her Majesty's yacht Britannia, and check out the new Scottish Parliament.
  • 10 Things To Do For FREE in Edinburgh
    10 Things To Do For FREE in Edinburgh The Edinburgh Fringe and International Festival 2019 is almost here! SUBSCRIBE to keep in the EdFringe loop: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4AqHL8LvKrwQw1VOYNBHnQ?sub_confirmation=1

    In today's video, I'm giving you my top tips of things to do for FREE in Edinburgh, Scotland's beautiful capital, as we head to August and our Festival month when hundreds of thousands of people move in to the city. I'm going to be doing a few videos on this theme over the coming weeks. The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is a great time of year to get to know Edinburgh and as well as all the many Festival activities, there are so many amazing things to do and see for free, while everything else in the city becomes expensive.

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    Outlander filming location tours: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atGUo4rB3W4&list=PLvHMy_OWSWrtfjEYkzr86k2X52P5TInt1

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  • Locals who LOVE the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
    Locals who LOVE the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Did you see that video: There's No Edinburgh In The Festival ? Well, here's a video about three Edinburgh locals who LOVE the Fringe and festival time! SUBSCRIBE to find out more: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4AqHL8LvKrwQw1VOYNBHnQ?sub_confirmation=1

    In today's video, I take a walk through the Royal Mile and the Heart of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. I'm joined by one half of the Broonfords and the Millenial Musician as we seek out good comedy that's free and about to start! There's a video doing the rounds about the Edinburgh Festival called 'There's no Edinburgh in the festival' by Discontent, and while I TOTALLY get a lot of the points he's making and say they are valid and true about the festival, I believe it also does good for the city and also enjoy the atmosphere in town, though perhaps that makes me selfish?

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  • A Day in Edinburgh - A Timelapse through Scotland's Capital
    A Day in Edinburgh - A Timelapse through Scotland's Capital Want to see what a day in Scotland's capital is like? We spent a day taking time-lapses around the city and had such a fun time!

    The sounds are a mix of recordings we took of the city and some were used from freesound.org.

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  • Edinburgh, Scotland | 360º Video
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  • Edinburgh in 4K
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    Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland is located in Lothian on the Firth of Forth’s southern shore and is a center for education especially in the fields of medicine, law, literature and engineering. The city was the first city in the world to have fire service in 1703 and is currently the greenest city in UK, even though its nickname is “Old Smoky” due to an era when the air was full of smoke because of the amount of coal being burnt for heat.

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  • Edinburgh Drone Video Tour | Expedia
    Edinburgh Drone Video Tour | Expedia https://www.expedia.com.au/Edinburgh.d6069845.Destination-Travel-Guides

    Check out the best sights and attractions Edinburgh has to offer through aerial drone footage of the city.

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  • Edinburgh Royal Mile 360 Video (Ricoh Theta S)
    Edinburgh Royal Mile 360 Video (Ricoh Theta S) Experience the sights and sounds as you walk towards Edinburgh Castle along the famous Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland. It's amazing what you see and hear on this historic street. 360-degree video compatible with smart phones via YouTube and Facebook or via Virtual Reality headsets. Low resolution sample.
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  • See Edinburgh from the Summit of Arthur’s Seat | 360 Video
    See Edinburgh from the Summit of Arthur’s Seat | 360 Video Not all city breaks involve scaling the summit of an extinct volcano. At the top of Arthur’s Seat you’ll get panoramic views of the breathtaking Edinburgh skyline, from the Pentland Hills to the Fife coastline. Sound good? Well, now you can experience it all right here with our 360° video.

    Careful planning should be of the upmost priority when it comes to climbing Scotland's peaks - as majestic and beautiful as they are, hills and mountains can be very dangerous places in certain weather conditions or if you aren't adequately prepared.
    Get advice and tips from the Mountaineering Council of Scotland, plan your route carefully, and make sure you check out the Mountain Weather Information Service to ensure that conditions are suitable.

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  • Walk up Arthurs Seat l 360 video
    Walk up Arthurs Seat l 360 video Not many cities boast an extinct volcano on its doorstep. But then again, not many cities are quite like Edinburgh. Experience the climb to the top of Arthur’s Seat in this 360 degree video. Simply click and drag the video to look around. At the summit you’ll enjoy panoramic views of the breathtaking Edinburgh skyline, from the Pentland Hills to the Fife coastline.

    Head to http://360outdoors.visitscotland.com for the full experience and get a feel for more iconic Scottish hills and mountains, including Ben Lomond in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, the Cuillin Ridge on the Isle of Skye and Ben Nevis near Fort William (coming soon).

    Safety first! Although relatively small, you should still be prepared when climbing Arthur’s Seat. Changes in weather, light conditions and visitor numbers can sometimes make the climb quite tricky. Check the weather before you go and follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.

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  • 360 VIDEO: Edinburgh Sunrise Aerial 360
    360 VIDEO: Edinburgh Sunrise Aerial 360 Fly like a bird over Edinburgh, Scotland. Experience the view from above and look around the historic skyline. Filmed at sunrise and within a controlled cordon at St Andrew Square.

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    Move the scene around with your mouse, your smartphone or for the best viewing experience try out a VR headset!!

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  • AMAZING 360 VIDEO (REMIX VERSION)!! Edinburgh Hogmanay Fireworks (Full Midnight Show - Watch in 4K)
    AMAZING 360 VIDEO (REMIX VERSION)!! Edinburgh Hogmanay Fireworks (Full Midnight Show - Watch in 4K) Join the 75,000 people lined along Princes Street in Edinburgh and enjoy the full 9 minute Hogmanay firework display bringing in New Year 2018. SELECT 4K and TURN UP THE VOLUME!!!
    Featuring the music of Niteworks in collaboration with Dan Jones.
  • Edinburgh Castle | 360 Video
    Edinburgh Castle | 360 Video Dating back to the 12th century, Edinburgh Castle has dominated the capital city’s skyline for generations. Dramatically perched above the city on Castle Rock, you can wander up to the landmark from the atmospheric, cobbled Royal Mile. Take an interactive flight with us over the castle - how many landmarks can you spot from here?

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  • 360 VIDEO: Drive over The Forth Bridges
    360 VIDEO: Drive over The Forth Bridges 360 VIDEO - Experience a drive across the Queensferry Crossing in awesome 360-degrees!
  • Edinburgh - Forth Bridges: Spanning Three Centuries of Engineering
    Edinburgh - Forth Bridges: Spanning Three Centuries of Engineering How the Forth Bridges – the first completed in the 19th century, the second in the 20th century and the latest in the 21st century – each represent the engineering pinnacle of their day.
  • 20 Things to do in Edinburgh, Scotland Travel Guide
    20 Things to do in Edinburgh, Scotland Travel Guide Come along with us as we explore the top attractions and things to do in Edinburgh, Scotland city tour. Our 20 things to do in Edinburgh travel guide features the best activities, museums, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, food and entertainment venues in the city along with numerous suggestions for tours that will make your stay in Edinburgh unique and memorable.

    Edinburgh has a highly underrated food scene with plenty of traditional Scottish foods (such as Haggis) and many contemporary style restaurants to tickle your fancy. A suggestion we recommend higly is to take a Edinburgh food tour and also partake in Scotch Whisky and Gin tours.

    Your visit wouldn't be complete with visiting Edinburgh Castle, walking along the Royal Mile and enjoying some of the legendary nightlife the city has to offer in both New Town and Old Town.

    20 Things to do in Edinburgh, Scotland Travel Guide:

    1) Edinburgh Castle
    2) Scotch Whisky Experience (suggestion)
    3) Royal Mile Old Town for souvenir shopping
    4) Edinburgh Walking Tours (Ghost Tour, Literary Tour, etc)
    5) Eat Traditional Scottish food: Haggis, neeps & tatties (suggestion: Whiski Rooms)
    6) Holyrood Palace (Official resident of British Monarchy)
    7) Holyrood Abbey and Garden
    8) Edinburgh Gin Distillery (suggested tour)
    9) National Museum of Scotland
    10) Princes Street Garden
    11) Dean Village (underrated place to visit)
    12) Calton Hill and Arthur's Seat
    13) Scott Monument for great views of Edinburgh
    14) Royal Botanic Garden not far from New Town
    15) Food Tour (suggestion: Eat Walk Edinburgh)
    16) Wynds and closes in the Old Town of Edinburgh
    17) St. Giles Cathedral
    18) Scottish National Gallery Museum
    19) Scottish National Portrait Gallery Museum
    20) Nightlife in Edinburgh (pubs, live band or a ceilidh)

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    Our visit Edinburgh travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (best restaurants and street food), top museums and the city by day. We also cover off-the-beaten-path activities you won't find in a typical Edinburgh tourism brochure or Edinburgh, Scotland city tour.

    20 Things to do in Edinburgh, Scotland Top Attractions Travel Guide Video Transcript:

    Our week in Edinburgh was action packed! We sampled gin and Scotch whisky, wandered down tiny closes, braved the crowds along the Royal Mile, ate our fill of haggis, and even visited a castle, a palace, and an abbey. So, if you’re looking for things to do in Edinburgh on your visit, this video guide will show you all of those attractions and then some!

    Edinburgh Castle is hard to miss as it dominates the city’s skyline. The first thing you should know about the Castle is that it’s not just one single building, so once you’re inside there’s quite a bit to see and do; you can tour the Royal Palace, see the Crown Jewels, watch the firing of the one o’clock gun, step inside St. Margaret’s Chapel, visit the National War Museum and so much more, so give yourself plenty of time.

    We also made time to visit the famed Royal Mile, which is the busiest street in Edinburgh’s Old Town. There’s quite a bit to see along here, so we first popped into the Royal Mile Market, which is set inside a former church, and from there we continued down the street, visiting little souvenir shops along the way. You’ll have no trouble finding a kilt here!

    Another activity we really enjoyed was taking a food tour with Eat Walk Edinburgh. We got to try a lot of delicious bites and beverages along the way, and one of the highlights was visiting the Fugde House.

    Another fun way to explore Edinburgh on foot is by wandering down the tiny closes. These small alleys were often named after a memorable occupant, and the Old Town is full of them.

    And that’s it for our visit to Edinburgh, Scotland. We hope you enjoyed following our travels and that this video gave you a few ideas of things to do, foods to try, and places to visit around the city. As always, if you have any other suggestions of things to do in Edinburgh, feel free to share those with fellow travellers in the comments section below. Until next time!

    This is part of our Travel in Scotland video series showcasing Scottish food, Scottish culture and Scottish cuisine.

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  • Scotland from Above: Edinburgh to Fingal's Cave Route (HD)
    Scotland from Above: Edinburgh to Fingal's Cave Route (HD) This journey goes coast to coast across Scotland. We start in Edinburgh and fly up the Forth River visiting historic landmarks, including its famous bridge.

    We then travel the lowlands to the Falkirk Wheel, the only canal boat left of it's kind.

    We visit Glasgow, and move on to Faslane Naval Base, home to Britain's nuclear submarines.

    We then end our journey crossing islands of the Hebrides to reach the inspirational Finglal's Cave.

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  • Going around Glasgow City, SCOTLAND
    Going around Glasgow City, SCOTLAND Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland, with a population of about 600,000 in the city itself, or over 2 million if the surrounding towns of the Clydeside conurbation are taken into account. Located at the west end of Scotland's Central Belt on the banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow's historical importance as Scotland's main industrial centre has been challenged by decades of change and various regeneration efforts. The third largest city in the entire United Kingdom (by population), it remains one of the nation's key economic centres outside London.

    In recent years, Glasgow has been awarded the European titles of City of Culture (1990), City of Architecture and Design (1999) and Capital of Sport (2003). In 2008, Glasgow became the second Scottish city to join the UNESCO Creative Cities initiative when it was named as a UNESCO City of Music (joining Bologna and Seville). In preparing its bid, Glasgow counted an average of 130 music events a week ranging from pop and rock to Celtic music and opera.

    The city has transformed itself from being the once mighty powerhouse of industrial Britain to a centre for commerce, tourism, and culture. Glasgow was the host city for the Commonwealth Games in 2014.

    Glasgow has become one of the most visited cities in the British Isles, and visitors will find a revitalised city centre, the best shopping outside London without a doubt, excellent parks and museums (most of which are free), and easy access to the Highlands and Islands

    he City Centre (known as "town" or "the toon" to locals) is bounded by the M8 motorway to the north and west, High Street to the east, and the River Clyde to the south. This is the area where most visitors will start, and the most notable elements are the grid plan of streets and the lavish Victorian and Edwardian buildings and civic squares which give the area much of its character. The main arteries of the City Centre are Argyle Street and Sauchiehall Street which both run on an east-west axis. They are linked by Buchanan Street which runs north-south. Together, these three streets form the main shopping thoroughfares.

    The eastern side of the City Centre is a sub-district known as Merchant City, which contains Glasgow's original medieval core, centred around the Glasgow Cross (the junction of Trongate, Saltmarket, High Street, Gallowgate and London Road). Merchant City extends up to George Square, with many ornate buildings that date back to Glasgow's emergence as an industrial city. High Street north of the Glasgow Cross is the main artery of Old Glasgow and leads uphill to the Glasgow Cathedral and the Necropolis cemetery.

    The western area of the City Centre contains the city's core commercial and business district and is dominated by Blythswood Hill, which is centred around Blythswood Square. Running parallel to Sauchiehall Street, Bath Street is the main route into the neighbourhood and has a rich mix of independent shops and bars, as well as distinctive Georgian town house style architecture. South of Blythswood Hill is the city's financial district, with many modern glass and steel office buildings which stand alongside their classical counterparts. Further south, on the north bank of the River Clyde is the district of Anderston, formerly a dockland area, badly scarred by the city's industrial decline and the urban regeneration schemes of the 1960s but now being redeveloped as a residential and commercial area.


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  • City Snapshot:  Glasgow in Summer
    City Snapshot: Glasgow in Summer A true culture capital, city breaks in Glasgow are always glorious; but summertime is an especially sublime time to visit.

    Glasgow attractions are second to none, with spellbinding architecture and history around every corner. Learn about the Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and admire his designs on a Glasgow School of Art walking tour, or take in the panoramic views of the city at the Lighthouse, one of his most famous works. More inspiration beckons at Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, where you can view fascinating collections, paintings and artefacts.

    Glasgow’s also something of a shopper’s paradise, with designer shops and high street favourites dotted along Buchanan Street, as well as top-notch restaurants and bars nearby. Explore the iconic statues and monuments in George Square while you’re here.

    When the sun shines, the magnificent Glasgow Botanic Gardens is the place to be with beautiful brightly-coloured plant species everywhere you look. Top off a lovely afternoon with a delicious ice cream at Crolla’s!

    Time to turn things up a notch? Don’t miss the electrifying World Pipe Band Championships, dance the night away to live music at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, or have a night of seafood and gin at the Finnieston Bar.

    With all these choices, you’ll never be stuck for things to do in Glasgow!

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  • City Snapshot: Glasgow in Winter
    City Snapshot: Glasgow in Winter There’s never been a better time to visit Glasgow than during this stylish city’s annual winter festival. Walk along streets surrounded by twinkling lights, shop for gifts and treats at the Christmas markets, pull on your ice skates and enjoy the open air ice rink, catch a world class gig and cosy up with a drink beside a real log fire.
  • Rick Steves - Glasgow and Scottish Passions
    Rick Steves - Glasgow and Scottish Passions Glasgow, once an industrial powerhouse, offers a fun look at Scotland's vibrantly gritty urban side — full of edgy street art, trendy dining, and the striking architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Leaving town, we'll tap into Scottish passions as we tour historic Stirling Castle and nearby battlefields, sample a dram at the land's most beloved distilleries on the Speyside Whisky Trail, watch a sheepdog demonstration, and struggle to lift the Manhood Stone at a Highland Games.
  • Glasgow, Scotland: Graffiti Street Art - Rick Stev...
    Glasgow, Scotland: Graffiti Street Art - Rick Stev... Glasgow's rough urban-scape — with its many blank walls — provides an inviting canvas for city-approved street artists.
  • Glasgow by Air  by Phantom 3 Pro Quadcopter Drone (4K UHD)
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    Starting on the river Clyde, then flying around the Glasgow Tower, then over towards the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, then flying with seagulls down the river Clyde, then around the Riverside Museum and Tall Ship, then next to the Waverly and some happy canoeists, flying past BBC Scotland then back along the Clyde past the armadillo, then over the squinty bridge, around the clydeport crane, then the Glasgow Hydro, over the city centre, the next to Glasgow Uni, then flying back down the Clyde towards the squiggly bridge, then over the merchant city and finishing back on the clyde.
  • Glasgow - a time lapse of Scotland's biggest city.
    Glasgow - a time lapse of Scotland's biggest city. This is a time lapse, the first of 3 over the next month or so, perhaps even 4, shot across Scotland's biggest city ... Glasgow.
    It features, a spectacular sunset, traffic trails, giant moon rises, the moon setting, the city at night as well as day time, light shows, historic & modern buildings captured as static, hyperlapse and movement time lapse.
  • Discover Aberdeen in 2019!
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    A list of things to see and do when visiting Aberdeen.
    Since I recently visited Aberdeen (for the third time!), I cannot deny the fact that I’m truly fascinated by this place. It’s absolutely remarkable and I do not mean all the attractions it contains, but also its beauty.

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  • Aberdeenshire Coast
    Aberdeenshire Coast The Banffshire coast is “one of the world’s outstanding coastlines” - National Geographic.
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    Aberdeen; Scots: Aiberdeen, ; Scottish Gaelic: Obar Dheathain ; Latin: Aberdonia) is Scotland's third most populous city, one of Scotland's 32 local government council areas and the United Kingdom's 37th most populous built-up area, with an official population estimate of 196,670 for the city of Aberdeen and 229,800 for the local authority area.
    Nicknames include the Granite City, the Grey City and the Silver City with the Golden Sands. During the mid-18th to mid-20th centuries, Aberdeen's buildings incorporated locally quarried grey granite, which can sparkle like silver because of its high mica content. Since the discovery of North Sea oil in the 1970s, Aberdeen has been known as the off-shore oil capital of Europe.The area around Aberdeen has been settled since at least 8,000 years ago, when prehistoric villages lay around the mouths of the rivers Dee and Don. The city has a long, sandy coastline and a marine climate, the latter resulting in chilly summers and mild winters.
    Aberdeen received Royal burgh status from David I of Scotland (1124–53), transforming the city economically. The city's two universities, the University of Aberdeen, founded in 1495, and Robert Gordon University, which was awarded university status in 1992, make Aberdeen the educational centre of the north-east of Scotland. The traditional industries of fishing, paper-making, shipbuilding, and textiles have been overtaken by the oil industry and Aberdeen's seaport. Aberdeen Heliport is one of the busiest commercial heliports in the world and the seaport is the largest in the north-east of Scotland.
    Aberdeen has won the Britain in Bloom competition a record-breaking ten times, and hosts the Aberdeen International Youth Festival, a major international event which attracts up to 1000 of the most talented young performing arts companies. In 2015, Mercer named Aberdeen the 57th most liveable city in the world, as well as the fourth most liveable city in Britain. In 2012, HSBC named Aberdeen as a leading business hub and one of eight 'super cities' spearheading the UK's economy, marking it as the only city in Scotland to receive this accolade. In 2018, Aberdeen was found to be the best city in the UK to start a business in a study released by card payment firm Paymentsense.

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  • City Snapshot:  Stirling in Summer
    City Snapshot: Stirling in Summer There’s no better place to spend a long summer’s day than the city of Stirling. A wee city with a huge history, when it comes to city breaks Stirling is an unforgettable destination.

    A unique pocket of Scotland, there is plenty of things to do in Stirling at this time of year.

    With an impressive castle perched above the skyline and magnificent buildings dotted across the town, the city has been the backdrop to many important historical moments.

    Visit Stirling Castle itself and witness the former residence of the Stewart kings and queens, listen to tales of ‘Scotland’s National Hero’ at the Wallace Monument, or go to the Bannockburn Visitor Centre and discover the site of one of Scotland’s most significant battles.

    For a perfect family day out, meet all the exotic animals at the Blair Drummond Safari Park. You’re also right on the cusp of the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.

    Walk around the beautiful Stirling University campus, with its excellent views of the surrounding hills, and stop for a delicious bite to eat in the city centre with a selection of cosy pubs and restaurants.

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  • City Snapshot: Stirling in Winter
    City Snapshot: Stirling in Winter It might be cold outside, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying everything Stirling has to offer. With its mighty castle overlooking the cobbled streets of its clustered Old Town, and the magnificent Wallace Monument looming in the distance, Stirling is a compact, cosmopolitan gem bursting with medieval character. Historic landmarks, charmingly old-fashioned stores, breath-taking views from the top of Dumyat Hill, and live music at the Tolbooth are all in a day’s visit to this great city. You’ll love the place, trust us.

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  • City Snapshot:  Inverness in Summer
    City Snapshot: Inverness in Summer Ah, Inverness. A city of culture and history mixed with a big dose of Highland charm. With its fabulous location astride the River Ness, Inverness is an absolutely perfect destination for summer city breaks.

    An array of Inverness attractions awaits, from the beautifully ornate Inverness Cathedral, to the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, which explores the fascinating history, geology and archaeology of the Highlands. Go even further back in time and explore the well-preserved Bronze Age cemetery at Clava Cairns, which is thought to be around 4,000 years old.

    Walk or cycle along the banks of the river, or take a boat trip along Loch Ness and try and spot Scotland’s favourite monster, Nessie!

    Browse for a unique purchase at the Victorian Market and sample some of the city’s fine dining options, before spending a night out at Eden Court, which has a busy programme of performances.

    Grab your wellies and dance the night away at a music festival. Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival promises a weekend to remember, every August. One thing is for sure, you won’t be short of things to do in Inverness!

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  • City Snapshot: Inverness in Winter
    City Snapshot: Inverness in Winter Inverness is the Highland city which holds many treasures. Get lost in the emporium of words that is Leakey’s, Scotland’s largest second-hand book shop, or be transported to exotic climes as you explore Inverness Botanic Gardens. Not far from the city you can behold magnificent Loch Ness, see the tumbling Plodda Falls, and afterwards, warm up with a fine Highland malt. When night draws in, dine out in the city and take in the twinkling lights reflecting off the River Ness.

    Find out more about amazing city breaks in Inverness at www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/inverness/.
  • City Snapshot: Perth in Summer
    City Snapshot: Perth in Summer Perth really shines in the summer! This vibrant city offers plenty of things to see and do, with fantastic attractions including Perth Museum and Art Gallery and the Black Watch Museum. The bustling high street with its range of stores begs to be explored, while the pretty banks of the River Tay are perfect for a gentle stroll. Pair a dash of culture with some delicious ice cream and enjoy a cone whilst following the River Tay Public Art Trail.

    Out with the city, summer is alive in the countryside, with the chance to see breeding ospreys in quiet nature reserves, or cast your line and try fishing in a nearby river. Want to take the pace up a notch? Then turn up the fun, see world class music acts and experience the unique atmosphere of T in the Park, Scotland’s biggest music festival.

    Perth city centre has got plenty going on too, with a busy programme of performances at the Perth Concert Hall, as well as other quirky events taking place, such as the Southern Fried Music Festival. One thing is for sure, you won’t be short of things to do on a city break in Perth!

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  • City Snapshot: Perth in Winter
    City Snapshot: Perth in Winter There are plenty of things to do in and around Perth in winter. Get your heart racing with an exhilarating bungee jump at Highland Fling in Killiecrankie, enjoy the mouth-watering treats on offer at Perth Farmers’ Market, stretch your legs on the River Tay Art Walk, see expert glass making at the Caithness Crieff Glass visitor centre or head to Scone Palace where a fairy tale palace and towering maze awaits you.

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  • Perth - City of Culture
    Perth - City of Culture A promotional video filmed and produced by Airborne Lens for Perth and Kinross Council to support their bid to become UK City of Culture 2021.
    Thanks to local community groups and cultural attractions for their support: Pitlochry Theatre, Birnam Arts Centre, Scone Palace, Perth Museum, Horsecross Arts, Ad-Lib Theatre Arts, Perth City Operatic Group, and the bands at Southern Fried. #PerthIsThePlace
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  • Perth City Centre, Scotland
    Perth City Centre, Scotland Perth is a city in Perthshire, which sits on the banks of the River Tay.

    A former capital of Scotland, Perth was made a city again by the Queen as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 2012. It is a large provincial area and the main administrative and cosmopolitan centre for the beautiful and primarily rural surrounding 2,000 square miles of Perthshire.

    Perth is located around 50 miles north of Edinburgh and enjoys a beautiful position on the banks of Scotland's longest river, the Tay, at 119 miles. With a rich and influential history that stretches back over 800 years, Perth has served as its country's capital and has always been one of the most important political, judicial and commercial centres in Scotland.

    Many of the Scottish kings were crowned on the Stone of Destiny at Scone Palace, while there are many famous historical figures who left their mark on this royal burgh.

    Today, Perth is a bustling city of around 50,000 inhabitants. It offers a range of entertainment, shops, cafés and restaurants and is recognised as one of Scotland's premier culinary centres.
  • City Snapshot: Dundee in Summer
    City Snapshot: Dundee in Summer Summer in the City of Dundee is something really quite special. Cosmopolitan and pleasingly compact, when it comes to city breaks Dundee is wonderful place to visit at this time of year.
  • City Snapshot: Dundee in Winter
    City Snapshot: Dundee in Winter Light up your winter months in Dundee, a city packed with one-of-a-kind attractions. Pop into a cosy local café and fill up on a hearty breakfast, climb aboard the HM Frigate Unicorn (the sixth oldest ship in the world!), splash around at the Olympia swimming pool, see unique treasures at the McManus and enjoy a live show once darkness settles at the Rep Theatre – brilliant!
  • Dundee is Now - Scotland is Now
    Dundee is Now - Scotland is Now Situated on the River Tay, the city of Dundee is synonymous with many iconic brands and industries. From the world-famous Dundee Marmalade that you spread on your breakfast toast, and the classic comic books every British kid grew up with, to ground-breaking life-sciences research, and many of the world’s most popular computer games, we have Dundee to thank for all these – and more.

    The city’s relatively small size is one of its strengths; people know each other, so networking is easy. The people you work and do business with are the same people you meet in the city’s busy pubs, clubs and restaurants. Dundee also boasts the highest number of students per head of population of any city in Scotland. This means that there is a constant stream of graduates looking to make their mark in the city, to reinvent and reshape it for tomorrow.

    The new V&A museum, the first outside of London, is expected to attract an extra half a million visitors to Dundee in the first year and 300,000 each year after that. Perhaps it’s time you discovered Dundee for yourself: it’s not just an attractive city to visit, but also to live, work and study in.

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  • 360 VIDEO: Inveraray
    360 VIDEO: Inveraray Experience a 360 drone flight along the banks of Loch Fyne and down through the town of Inveraray. With iconic black and white buildings, Inveraray is a traditional county town of Argyll and ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, who founded the town in 1745, alongside his new dwelling, Inveraray Castle.

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