The Beauty of Scotland Amazes the Eyes...
Nowhere is that clearer than in this video, soaring above the rugged mountain tops of Scotland, with a lone train crossing the distance, making its way among heart-aching beauty. This is a glimpse into the beauty of Northern Britain. And isn't it lovely!
Scotland Is Such a Beautiful Place to Visit!
Scotland is stereotypically known as the country of harsh weather and desolate landscapes. So, we understand if it isn't the first country on your list of places you must visit, but this will definitely change your mind!
The Isle of Sky: Fly Above the Emerald Beauty of Scotland
Scotland always has that old green magic. It feels at times both tamed and untamed, shaped by thousands of years of human hands while also remaining proudly wild, cliffs and hills and vistas seeming immovable.
15 of the MOST Beautiful Places to Visit in Scotland
In fact, everyone who loves nature and history will be thrilled to visit Scotland, even if only virtually. From ancient castles to jaw-dropping landscapes, quaint little towns, and mysterious druid monuments - Scotland has a lot to offer for tourists of all ages and interests. 1.
Only in Scotland Will You See the Following...
Every country has its own quirks and oddities, some more than others, and when it comes to oddities, Scotland is high up on the list.
Visit Scotland in 8K and Prepare to be Totally Amazed!
Scotland is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Whether you like beautiful beaches, rolling countryside, or soaring mountain peaks, Scotland has views that will blow you away. Don’t believe us? This video of Scotland in 8k will certainly change your mind.
Scotland's Wild Beauty Gives It a Semi-Mythical Feel
Join me on this 16 leg tour of whiskey-laden, bonnie, wee Scotland. 1. Glen Coe source Glen Coe is the name on everyone’s mind when they try to recall grand highland valley. Some of the images taken here are among the greatest in photographic history.
Scotland Is One of the Most Beautiful Places on Earth
Whenever someone talks about the 'most beautiful places on earth', one name that always makes the list is Scotland. It is a land of green hills and mountains, high cliffs, and low valleys, a land that often looks as if it has been taken straight out of a fairy-tale.
These Photos of Scotland at Night Will Blow You Away!
No matter the time of day, Scotland's natural beauty will always leave you awestruck. With its spectacular cityscapes and breathtaking vistas, what's not to fall in love with? However, there's something about the Scottish nighttime atmosphere that I find absolutely enchanting.
Glasgow Offers a Fun Look at Scotland's Lively Urban Side
Scotland is known for its magnificent castles, breathtaking scenery, and incredible music. However, an underrated aspect of this beautiful country is Glasgow. The largest city in Scotland, and third-largest in the United Kingdom, offers a unique look at Scotland's lively urban side.
Color Postcards That Show 1890s Scotland in All Its Beauty
These stunning postcards of Scotland during the end of the 19th century were produced by the Detroit Publishing Company using the Photochrom process, a technique used to apply vibrant and surprisingly realistic color to black and white images.
This Flight Over Scotland Will Amaze and Inspire You
From stunning architecture, rich history, and remarkable culture, to the green highlands and valleys, Scotland is a land of phenomenal beauty. Join us on a short aerial tour, and experience the breathtaking scenery of this glorious country.
Welcome to Speyside, the Heart of Whisky Country
Apart from its breathtaking castles and beautiful highlands, Scotland is famous for one more thing – its whisky. Speyside Whisky, in particular, is popular everywhere.
Take This Golden-Eagle Eyed Tour of the Scottish Highlands
We have seen some superlative drone videos recently, but this most incredibly beautiful offering, Wild Scotland, by John Duncan, is the 2016 New York City Drone Film Festival winner, and I can see why.
This Scenic Canoe Expedition Is Beautifully Documented
This stunning 15-minute film documents the journey of two friends, Jamie Barnes and Ian Finch, paddling a canoe through Scotland’s most remote lakes. The scenic shots of the country’s glorious nature and wildlife will leave you in awe.
Why Do Cars Roll Uphill On This Strange Scottish Road?
There’s a road in Scotland where if you place a car in neutral facing downhill, it will begin to roll back up the hill instead of rolling forward. But how?
On Christmas, Fife County Turns Kids' Drawings Into Lights
That's why the small little village of Newburgh, located in Fife County, Scotland, has a fun yearly tradition to welcome in the holiday season . They take the help of children to create the town's decorations!
Joke: What a Scotsman Has Under His Kilt...
A young lad went to a tailor shop in Scotland. He told the tailor, "I'd like ye to make me a kilt with this material here, and if ye don't mind, I'd like ye to make me a pair of matching underwear for it. I hear it gets a might drafty up dem tings."
Come With Us on the World's Shortest Flight
If you hate being on long flights that go on for hours, then you should try the flight between Papa Westray and Westray in the Orkney Islands in Scotland. Known as the world’s shortest scheduled passenger flight, it takes 80-90 seconds and covers a distance of 1.7 miles (2.7 km).
Scottish Highlands Wildcats Are SUCH Fascinating Animals!
There was a time when many wildcats roamed England, Wales, and Scotland. Today, with less than 50 individuals left in the wild, the Scottish wildcat is the rarest cat in the world. The animal is also a symbol of the Scottish Highlands.
48 Hours in Edinburgh: Exploring the Ancient Scottish City
The capital of Scotland is a hilly, ancient city. It has an Old Town district from medieval times, and a New Town resplendant with neoclassical-style buildings and many gardens.
The Most Unbelievable Food is Served In This Nursing Home!
He reveled in every minute of it and found himself saddened to have to return to his home in Perthshire, Scotland. But lo and behold, fate had a card still to play and Kevin found a job as the head chef at a care home only ten miles outside his town!
Up Helly Aa - The Viking Fire Festival!
Scotland's Shetland Islands have a rich Viking heritage to celebrate. Lerwick used to be the home port for many soldiers and sailors, most of which looking for a good time after their trials. It became a so called 'party island', and by the 1840's, that meant setting things on fire.
7 Stunning UK Locations You Just Have to Visit
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