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Articles by Chris Duncan

Exciting times

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Tourism businesses in Edinburgh and the Lothians are preparing for a busy tourism season and VisitScotland’s Regional Director, Manuela Calchini, is looking ahead to a ...

Highland attractions

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A World War II Festival, Highland gatherings and cycle sportives are amongst events due to take place in the Highlands over the summer months. The tourism season will soon be ...

World Heritage

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The Great Wall of China, the Pyramids of Giza and Machu Picchu are at the top of many traveller’s lists – but did you know that Scotland has six World Heritage Sites of ...

Gold celebration

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An Orkney guest house which overlooks the Bay of Eyrland and the hills of Hoy has achieved a coveted gold award from the national tourism organisation. Button-Ben Guest House ...

Wellington, London


Wellington, 351 Strand, London WC2r 0HS It was pre-theatre time on The Strand. It was busy as it had been a good day weather-wise and there were tourists in town. The Lion ...

China Red

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If you are going to China Red at Edinburgh’s New Market then don’t expect haute cuisine Chinese food but there is a massive choice, it’s fun and it is ...

Open for business

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TOURISM businesses in Dumfries & Galloway are gearing up for a busy summer ahead as they open for the tourist season. VisitScotland Regional Director Doug Wilson is ...

Border homes

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A new full-colour, illustrative map has been produced by the Big Houses in the Scottish Borders group to highlight their stunning properties to increase visitor numbers and ...


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Salem, Massachusetts may be known globally as the home of the notorious witch trials in the 17th century however Scotland has had its own share of stories of witchcraft. This ...
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