Why A Mythical Creature Became a Nation's Symbol
Scotland is famed for its mythical creatures and legends, so it’s no surprise that we have the unicorn as our national animal. You will have noticed it on flags, coats of arms, as statues and even on a UK passport; but what is the significance of the unicorn in Scottish history and culture?
A fun day of tree planting at Kinclaven Bluebell Woods
On Thursday 14th March 2019, we were invited to take part in a woodland conservation day in Perthshire.
Premier Paper and the Woodland Trust have combined forces to create a Carbon Capture programme, designed to counteract our CO2 emissions by planting woodland right
Tourist Attractions in Inverness and the Scottish Highlands
Regarded as the capital of the Highlands, Inverness is a rapidly expanding city at the mouth of the River Ness. Inverness became a focal point of travel and trade in the Highlands and has a rich and diverse history.
These days, it is a compact and busy city, with lots of attractions bringing
Scottish Folklore - Cat Sìth & Cù-Sìth
There are many spectral creatures from Scottish folklore but few bring terror like the Cù-Sìth or wariness like the Cat Sìth. Both are avoided as much as possible as both seek the souls of
Scottish Folklore - Kelpies
You may recognise and associate the name kelpie with the 30m high metal equine structures near Falkirk (shown below) however we’ll be discussing what inspired them, the malicious kelpies from Scottish folklore. Kelpies are malevolent aquatic
Scottish Folklore - The Loch Ness Monster
Throughout October we will be looking at some of the various creatures from Scottish folklore on the run up to Halloween. You may have heard stories and myths about Scotland, almost every castle is haunted and nearly every loch has some kind of spirit or monster story
Corporate & Private Hire Reviews
Over the past year we have received some great feedback for our Private Tours which include corporate event transfers, educational trips for colleges & universities, city tours and more!
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5 Reasons To Be Excited For Our 4 Day York Tour
1. The Viking History
York as well as the rest of Northumbria has an interesting Viking history from the attacks, invasions and occupations in the mid 9th and part of the 10th centuries. York was one
Game of Thrones and Scottish/British History
WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FROM THE SHOW
Game of Thrones is based on the “A Song of Ice and Fire” series of books written by George R. R. Martin with the first of book of the series published in 1996. Fast forward