A night to celebrate Scotland
This guide details 60 places to visit in Scotland associated with writers and their works: writers' homes, birthplaces, graves, locations vividly described in novels and poems, theatres, writers' museums and more.
Scotland's gearing to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, so it's an exciting time for sport, whether you're a spectator or a participant.
Want to see Scotland at its best this Autumn? Here are a ten great locations to inspire.
This is Barra Airport – one of the world's most spectacular and beautiful airports, located on the Hebridean island of Barra.
In Scotland, we never get tired of boasting about our country's beautiful landscapes. With rolling green hills and windswept mountain ranges, there's no shortage of magnificent hikes and walks in Scotland.
After Queen Victoria and Christopher Columbus, Robert Burns has more statues dedicated to him around the world than any other non-religious figure.
Dundee has always been a place with vision. The City of Discovery comes from the Royal Research Ship Discovery, which was captained by Robert Falcon Scott on his first journey to the Antarctic.
Founded in 2004, the Edinburgh Art Festival is the UK's largest celebration of the visual arts.
From giant bubbles to world record-breaking glow sticks, climbing inside a giant nose into a set of lungs to dispelling the 'myths' of swinging a golf club, and of course some serious science thrown into the mix.