Planning a trip to Scotland?

Discover our insider travel information about Scotland. With 170 or so information-loaded pages to choose from, you could start with getting an answer to that trip-planning question: is Skye worth visiting? And is Loch Ness worthwhile? And you should check if midges in Scotland are going to spoil your Highland vacation. By the way, there are worse things than midges...they hinted darkly....keep reading this page!

Glasgow or Edinburgh? Which should you see? And what about the best time to visit? Is Scotland in the autumn a good time for a tour? And what is the weather in Scotland  going to be like anyway?

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A trip to Scotland for one week? On that link there's just one suggestion. And you know where the classic Scotland tour goes? We describe it there - though that's not the same as saying you should definitely do it! 

Cities or countryside? Sure, everyone loves the Isle Skye but there are plenty of off the beaten track options in Scotland's islands that are worth discovering. And check out some of our suggestions for where to stay in Scotland.

Cruise Loch Lomond to see just one part of Scotland famous for its beautiful scenery. (Follow that link for some other suggestions of where to see the best of Scotland landscapes.) But here are some (slightly wacky) Loch Lomond facts anyway.  

We have lots of facts about Scotland here to help you with your trip planning. You'll need to know something about Scotland's food. Then there's driving in Scotland. (Though don't even think about it if you are intending to visit Scotland's whisky distilleries.)

See? We told you there was lots to discover. Perhaps you are going to explore Scotland out of doors - so you'd enjoy our Scotland outdoors check-list. Or maybe you just want to see puffins in Scotland - everyone's favourite bird. (Must be that daft beak..) And we haven't even started on some of the questions that clients have asked us...like 'what are neeps?' And as for our views on making porridge...

Anyway - thanks for reading this far - hope you'll enjoy our website.

Johanna & gilbert summers

Johanna & gilbert summers

Enjoy our latest blog posts on Scotland.