Stirling Castle is arguably one of the most important places in Scotland. It’s an easy day trip from Edinburgh and is a must-see for anyone interested in Scottish history and castles, as it is a very complete castle with very recognisable residents.
A little history: Stirling Castle is known as the dividing point between the Scottish Highlands and the rest of Scotland, but it also has incredible historical significance. The castle dates back to the 1100s and flip-flopped in ownership between the Scots and English (as that area often does in history). However, the oldest remaining part of castle – … Continue reading
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Harry Potter’s Edinburgh
Edinburgh is a great city, and I’ve written about it a few times. But if it’s not a great enough city as it is, it’s also a great place for Harry Potter fans to visit as it’s steeped in Harry Potter history. J.K. Rowling moved to Edinburgh to be near her sister, and the welfare-dependent single mother wrote her first Harry Potter novels in this magical city. It’s easy to see where her inspiration came from.
There are a lot of walking tours to take but everything can easily be seen on your own, so I suggest saving some money … Continue reading
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Day Trips to Loch Ness & Hadrian’s Wall
When I was in Edinburgh, I decided to take a few day trips to get to see Scotland and did so by going on a tour of Loch Ness and Hadrian’s Wall. I actually hadn’t done a lot of research on things to do in Scotland but I knew I wanted to see the famous Loch Ness. Then I chose a Hadrian’s Wall tour because it sounded like a fascinating part of history.
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