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There are lots of great summer holiday adventures available at NTS properties across Scotland
The National Trust for Scotland is hosting costume parties, puppet shows, teddy bear’s picnics, period events and much more to celebrate sixty years...
Online travel firm reveals bookings for Glasgow and Edinburgh are up by 30% in July.
Edinburgh Zoo commissioned the tartan from local company Kinloch Anderson to mark the bears' arrival.
Sixty athletes and staff from the African country will set up camp in Aberdeen ahead of the Olympic Games.
The Princess Royal cut the ribbon on the building designed by Zaha Hadid to replace Glasgow's much-loved Museum of Transport.
Every local authority in Scotland will be included as the full route of the 8000-mile relay is announced.
The historic site has been voted best heritage attraction at the British Travel Awards.
The flowers will be seen on Scotland's busiest motorway after being painted in West Lothian.
August 2011 sees the highest number of visitors in a month since records began.
Praise for city from film’s producer after zombies and celeb spotters take over George Square.
Sponsorship deal secures Aberdeen Hogmanay celebrations for the next two years.
Glasgow's council leader says the reaction to the city's newest attraction is 'phenomenal'.
Filming begins in Glasgow this week on movie starring Brad Pitt.
The re-enactment at St Mary’s Cathedral is part of a programme to celebrate the large Battle of Prestonpans tapestry.
Chefs and a market will be on the banks of the River Clyde next month.
The annual airshow at the National Museum of Flight will see aerial display teams perform above East Fortune.
Google driver comes face-to-face with an armed policeman outside a high-security nuclear plant in Dunbar, East Lothian.
Kelburn Estate and Country Centre says Edinburgh Zoo can have unlimited free access to its bamboo crop.
The actress will play a leading role at the games next month.