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Key information on the practical aspects of moving to Scotland and where to get advice. Plus read about the experiences of people who have moved to Scotland from all over the world.
Scotland is renowned across the globe for its rich culture and heritage, and its contribution to the world past and present. From its thriving contemporary arts and music scene to its achievements in industry, medicine, science, law and literature, Scotland's story is one of immense achievement
January 25th marks the annual celebration of Scotland's national poet Robert Burns. Find out about his life and poetry, the Burns supper, and this year’s festivities.
Scotland plays host to an impressive list of events and festivals during the winter months. Use the fields below to search for free and discounted events and to find out what's going on in your area.* Although all...
Enjoy your Burns Supper on January 25 with this free iPhone and Android app from Scotland.org, offering you more than 550 poems and love songs complete with a useful glossary of terms to help interpret the Scots words....
Celebrate Burns Night in style with a Scottish dinner for all the family & friends. A selection of Scottish recipes have been provided by Nick Nairn, a self-taught Scottish celebrity chef, who became the youngest...
Robert Burns is Scotland's national poet. Born in Ayrshire in 1759, his poetry has survived as testament to the proud literary heritage of Scotland. Here is a selection of his greatest works. A Man's a Man for A'...
Address to a Haggis is one of Robert Burns' most famous and regularly performed poems. Here, the first two lines are translated into 25 global languages....