If you’re interested in Scottish history and heritage you’ll like Historic Scotland features in Scotland Correspondent. We regularly feature stories on clans, castles, ancient battles, genealogy, Scottish memories and even antique collecting.
As the home of golf Scotland has some of the best courses in the world but there’s so much more to explore.
Whether you’re into walking, biking, fishing, surfing and swimming or sailing, mountaineering, exploring and camping we’ve got it covered.
If you’re looking for ideas of what to do on your next visit to Scotland we can help. Check out our features on the country’s spectacular road-trips, cruises and scenic flights along with tips on places to stay, sites to see and properties to rent, buy or visit.
Scotland’s cultural scene is world renowned. We know how to party, and not only at Hogmanay, Burns Night and St Andrews’ Day. Our thriving music, literary and arts scenes are second to none and there’s almost always a reason to celebrate something.
Forget about the bad food stereotypes our nation’s larder is almost embarrassingly bountiful. Read about some of the best ingredients anywhere in the world and get some ideas on where to eat, drink and visit. Whether your passion is for surf or turf and you like a dram of whisky, gin or even rum we’ve got news of the best.
Every month Scotland Correspondent is full of interesting stories about fascinating people, along with our celebrity columnists such as Outlander actor Scott Kyle and television antiques presenter Roo Irvine. We also want to hear your memories of Scotland. so get in touch.
For centuries Scots have been at the forefront of innovation in science, medicine and commerce. Nothing’s changed, we’re still at it! Every month we bring news of some of the latest success stories from the worlds of academia and business.
A Scot is a Scot until 100 generations or more. As an inclusive magazine we welcome anyone with even a hint of Scottish blood (or even Scotch 😉) in their veins. We regularly report on Highland Games and clan events in the USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and elsewhere.
When you live in one of the world’s oldest countries there’s bound to be some mystery - just ask the Loch Ness Monster! We frequently cover tales of the country’s ghosts, ghoulies, witches, haunted castles, paranormal events, UFOs and other strange things guaranteed to give you chills and thrills.
Test your knowledge on all things Scottish and maybe even win a prize or two in our regular competition page. We also try to highlight any special offers, discounted deals and promotions we think our readers will like.
Looking for something to do, see, or experience then check out our regular Date 4 UR Diary page and see what’s happening in Scotland, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the USA and elsewhere. There are always lots of festivals, talks, Highland Games, Clan Societies and other events to choose from.
Check out our news and reviews of Scottish products, crafts, souvenirs, luxury goods, fashion items and accessories. If you see anything you like please consider treating yourself or a friend and support your favourite magazine - Scotland Correspondent - at the same time.
Scotland Correspondent is the world’s only FREE magazine about all things Scottish.
Every month the multi-media mag combines words and pictures with video and audio to give an ever-increasing audience of readers in over 60 countries a taste of Scotland.
We provide an international audience with comprehensive coverage of modern day Scotland, its people, achievements, culture, history and customs.
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