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Win a luxury cabin break with Forest Holidays
Win a luxury cabin break with Forest Holidays

This competition is now closed. Check back later to find out the winner. Camping in the UK can be a gruelling affair, what with the high chance of rain and often low temperatures – not to mention the rocket science-like fiasco of constructing your nylon home for the night. So, we’ve teamed up with Forest…

The world’s best speakeasies
The world’s best speakeasies

Why party with the masses when you can steal away with others in-the-know at an underground speakeasy, or find yourself a key to the best secret bar in the city? We know them all, but luckily for you, we’re not very good at keeping secrets; here is a BarChick rundown of the best places for…

Things not to miss in Scotland
Things not to miss in Scotland

Tartan kilts, whisky, shortbread, and loch-dwelling mythical creatures are not all Scotland has to offer. Think cultured cities, ruined castles and deep lush valleys, surrounded by a scattering of quaint little islands famous for wildlife and snow-tipped peaks. These are the top things to do in Scotland: Music: Latha Math by Mánran from the Rough…

The friendliest countries in the world
The friendliest countries in the world

Whether it’s a smile exchanged with a stranger, a quick chat with a tuk-tuk driver or a night out on the town with a group of newly made friends, interactions with local people often shape our view of a whole country. So which places offer tourists the warmest welcome? This list counts down the friendliest countries…

Travel news: AirTHC, tuk tuks, and new flights to Vegas
Travel news: AirTHC, tuk tuks, and new flights to Vegas

Holiday homes for stoners, electric tuk tuks, and the website that promises to freeze airfares solid: it’s the latest travel news briefing from Rough Guides. Finding fair fares Have you ever held back from booking a flight, only to check again later and find that the fare has shot skywards? Well check this out: a…

A guide to the best Scottish islands
A guide to the best Scottish islands

If asked to guess, how many islands would you say there are in Scotland? A few dozen perhaps, or a couple of hundred? Would you raise an eyebrow if we told you it’s actually more than 700? And that Scotland has more than 10% of Europe’s entire coastline? That’s a lot of islands to explore –…

7 places to eat in the Scottish year of food & drink
7 places to eat in the Scottish year of food & drink

There is no doubt that Scotland offers up some of the finest produce in the world and, no, we are not just talking about all that glorious whisky. It wasn’t too long ago that the best of it was always spirited off to be enjoyed on the fine dining tables of London, Paris and Madrid. That…

Ten great British B&Bs on a budget
Ten great British B&Bs on a budget

Taken from the Best Places to Stay in Britain on a Budget guide, here are ten of the best places to stay across England, Wales and Scotland on a budget. Old Red Lion, Norfolk There’s something magical about this simple, welcoming spot. Painted deep red and covered in Virginia creeper, the Old Red Lion sits just outside…

18 Gorgeous pictures of Scotland
18 Gorgeous pictures of Scotland

Scotland boasts an abundance of beautiful white-sand beaches, fascinating prehistoric ruins and cities with a wealth of culture. To get your wanderlust going, here are 18 gorgeous pictures of Scotland. Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven Durness, north-west Highlands Isle of Skye, Inner Hebrides Ben Nevis, Lochaber Glenfinnan Viaduct, Lochaber Glasgow Jarlshof prehistoric archaeological site, Shetland Glen Coe, Lochaber Loch Ness,…

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