Outlander author Diana Gabaldon has been with a special honour in recognition of her contribution to tourism in Scotland.Read more
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Situated in the centre of Edinburgh, among the historic terraced houses of one of the capital’s most graceful Georgian crescents, the Royal Scots Club is a living memorial to the memory of the fallen of the First World War.Read more
A £1million investment in a new visitor attraction and a predicted drop in the value of the pound are just two factors forecasted to help boost the future of Scottish tourism.Read more
A bed and breakfast made famous by TV drama Dr Finlay’s Casebook has won a top award for quality from Scotland’s national tourism organisation.Read more
Visitors on a budget looking to spend time in one of the most spectacular areas of the Scottish Highlands can now do so in even greater comfort than before.Read more
Scotland’s whisky tourism industry enjoyed its best year ever in 2017 as more than 1.9million people from all over the world visited distilleries across the country.Read more
Hostelling Scotland is to open four summer youth hostels in Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh for travellers on a budget looking to explore Scotland.Read more
At the turn of the 19th century literary giants such as Sir Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge ventured north to explore the Highlands and raw beauty of Scotland’s spectacular scenery.Read more
The first ever direct flight between Scotland and China landed at Edinburgh Airport today (12 June) on what was described as a momentous day for Scotland’s busiest airport.Read more
The University of Glasgow will carry out an extensive assessment of the economic value of Robert Burns to Scotland.Read more