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The RBS 6 Nations or the Six Nations Championship is an international rugby union competitive venue that is held annually in the four nations of the UK (England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales), Italy, and France. For the rugby aficionados and sports lovers, there can be no better time than now to watch the matches live while you tour the cities of London, Scotland, Paris and Rome. Cheer the teams live and sightsee around the cities when you are free. As of the 2012 championship, the games or matches are played in six different venues, one in each of the six countries.

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We all know they like a drop of whisky but where’s the best place to neck one?

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Keeping children entertained on a city break can be a hard task, particularly if they’re the type of kid that would rather be up to their elbows in dirt, hunting for bugs in the back yard.

Scotland’s beautiful countryside has a wealth of amazing opportunities… read full article

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If you’re looking for the perfect destination in which to spoil your partner for the weekend, then you can’t do much better than Edinburgh.

With dramatic scenery, a thriving cultural scene, numerous shopping opportunities and a host of… read full article

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Dear Travel Agony Aunt,
I’m planning for a 6 days visit to UK, with my family (3 of us altogether) some time in the month of September this year. I’m thinking of spending 3 days visiting places in London and the remaining three days in Scotland. Would you please give advice on the places to… read full article

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Culture, history, and picture postcard landscapes abound in Scotland, and there is a broad array of companies that offer tours of this very popular tourist destination in the British Isles.

Edinburgh Castle

Making holiday or vacation arrangements that include one of the historical tours of Scotland… read full article

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Scotland is famous for many things. Braveheart, the Loch Ness Monster and the ruggedly-beautiful scenery all come to mind. But there is one thing above all others that has really put the country on the map: whisky.

Glenkinchie Distillery Tour

A trip to Edinburgh is… read full article

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I planned to write an article on places to hear ‘traditional’ live Scottish music in Edinburgh, but what is ‘traditional’? Scottish music grows in all directions from pipes and drums to contemporary rock bands like Franz Ferdinand.

So, here is a guide to places where you can… read full article

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As the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is very accessible by using public transport.

Many people ‘in the know’ – those who work in the city – choose to leave their cars at home to avoid traffic and looking for a parking space. If the locals… read full article

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Over the years, countless writers have lived and worked in the beautiful city of Edinburgh. If you’re a fan of literature, try our walk around the streets of the city, stopping at all the important sites.

Our tour starts at St Giles’ Cathedral in the centre of town. Find… read full article

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When I first visited Edinburgh, Scotland, I would have appreciated a culinary guide to tell me what was actually in haggis, or that Scottish shortbread is addictive, or to put a little salt in my Scottish porridge.

 

So here’s some help with… read full article

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Imagine attending the world’s largest arts festival amidst the picturesque backdrop of a medieval castle, windy streets and mysteriously inviting passageways. Welcome to the Fringe in Edinburgh.

With over 30,000 dramatic, musical, comedy, children’s and other performances at nearly 250 venues, the Fringe is an easily… read full article

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Edinburgh, Scotland has loads of history and culture, but which attractions are best for children? Here are some options:

1. The Scottish Storytelling Centre

The Scottish Storytelling Centre lets kids experience Scottish culture. There is a permanent exhibit about Scottish tales from William Wallace to Katie Morag – including, of… read full article

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