For a fairly small country, Scotland packs in a lot of appeal: an exhilarating history, rich culture, jaw-dropping scenery, and great liquor, to name just a few of its charms.
Nestled among the purple hills and mossy trees of Scotland, whisky distilleries have quietly been turning their attention to that most colonial of spirits: gin.
Edinburgh’s drinks scene goes far beyond whisky and old pubs.
Though phone booths are seemingly obsolete, the red telephone boxes of the U.K. are finding remarkable new uses.
Pamper yourself while taking in Scotland’s stunning landscapes.
Quick, call 20 of your friends. And if you don’t have 20 friends, call me!
This little town is getting lots of attention due to one homeowner's beautifully kept garden.
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A few days spent nosing and sipping this liquid gold in its homeland provides an elegant education on the world of single malt Scotch.
From whiskey tours to border abbeys, Scotland offers terrific experiences that should be on every traveler’s list.