Me and my wife are traveling to Edinburgh with my 10 month old baby on the 20th of Dec.
Any tips on what attractions would be feasible for us to visit during our 3 days stay.
Does any one have any tips/anything they would like to share about going around Ireland and Scotland in a campervan?
e.g. good idea or just anything :)
We are going to Great Britain at the end of March '14 to visit our granddaughter who will be spending a semester in college at Grantham. We plan on several days in Scotland and plan on using the train from Grantham to Edinburgh (two night stay) to Kincraig to Inverness. We have booked a B & B in Drumnadrochit but we are wondering what is the best way to travel from the train station in Inverness to Drumnadrochit and back. Our granddaughter has a 5 day weekend and we will travel by train from Inverness all the way back to Grantham in one day.
What public transport is available during the night?
how much is a ticket to the island of mull by airplane
I'll de doing a round trip from Glasgow to Edinburgh somewhere in the next Spring.
I've never been to any of both cities and It seems to me that I don't have any particulary strong reason to choose the train over the bus, and vice versa (time, money, location, etc).
What I'd like to know from you is if any of those itineraries is better than the other in terms of sightseeing.
I'll say it in a different way in case my English is too cryptic: Will I see a nicer Scotland landscape from the bus or from the train, neither or both?
Hey, I am travelling through Scotland at the moment to find the best place to live... At the moment I am in Oban. Who would like to go into a pub, a restaurant, cinema or ding some trips with me?
Hope to hear from you soon!
We are trying to decide whether to take a car to the Orkneys, or hire one there or ?? We want to get off the beaten track if possible, and also see where my forbears came from on Sanday. We are coming from Australia for a week. Any suggestions?
When are the peak and off-peak seasons for travelling to Oban???
what is the most effective way to get to penicuik?
We got tickets! So now we have to find a place to stay and where to park.
(1) Parking: websites suggest Queens Park when Hampden Park has events. Should we take up that suggestion?
(2) B&B: hotels on internet are either fully booked or charging £100s per night. Any thoughts? Any locals know somewhere? Got a spare room? :)
Hope someone can help! Thanks, Steve
Could anybody please tell me what the price is for a bus from aucterarder to perth please
I'd love to go to Scotland. I've never been there but as I heard it's an amazing place to visit. What would you recommend to see? Where to go?
Does anybody have suggestions on what to explore. I will be visiting in early June of 2014 and I'm very interested in visiting the Orkney Island as my great grandfather (maternal) was born there (St. Margaret's Hope) and lived in Kirkwall.
I cannot find an up to date timetable that tells me whether I can get a bus from Kyle of Lochalsh to the Isle of Skye around 20th December and whether it runs regularly or only on some days at certain times? Can anyone point me in the right direction or know what the buses are like?
What is good to see in Edinburgh around November time?
A group of 16 members from our Golf Society is attending the Ryder Cup next year and we require houses to rent. Where will I find the best range of Ryder Cup Accommodation?
I'm about to arrange car parking at Edinburgh Airport. I have been quoted a favourable price for the 8 weeks I require to leave the car. The options are for the long stay car park or the terminal surface parking. The web site states that the terminal surface parking is ideal for short stay parking although it has quoted a price for 8 weeks.
I suppose it would be better for the car in winter if it was parked under cover in a multi story park. I don't know the layout of the parking at Edinburgh airport and would appreciate any advice from fellow travellers.
My friend and I have 5 nights to spend in Scotland on the third week of May 2014. Top of the list is Edinburgh. I am interested in castles, small, quaint old town centers, and the outdoors. Will appreciate suggestions for a 5- day itinerary. am open to taking a tour for one day. would like to keep the cost down to 100 - 110 pounds per person a day including accommodations, food, admission and transportation.
hellow every body ,can any one tell me how to get to Royal hotell 1-3 Bath st from Aberdeen ABZ airport using a bus rather than ataxi?
thanks a lot
what are the pharmacies policies in case i need medication
Are there any B&B's close by that hubby and I can stay for one night? They all seem to be a ten minute drive away..
Im very confused on how to plan my itinerary. I want to spend a day in Edinburgh. Make a fleeting visit of Glasgow. Definitely do the Jacobite Steam train from Fort William to Mallaig. Want to take a day trip of the Highlands as well. Travelling from Dubai. Should I do Dubai-Glasgow-Fort William-Mallaig-Edinburgh? Or should I travel to Edinburgh and then take the individual day trips? I dont mind travelling overnight and want to save up on days as this is a short trip planned.
Thanks for helping me out. Tara
My husband and I (we're from U.S.) will be visiting Selkirk in the Borders in June 2014 for a few days. We want to go from Selkirk to Stirling on Sat, June 28. We need to be in Stirling by 10:00 a.m. for Bannockburn event. We hope to avoid renting a car. What are our options for transportation and about how long does it take to get to Stirling? We'll be in Stirling for a couple of days and then go on to Edinburgh.
We are spending two and one half day in Edingurgh
In one side we think that there are plenty of things to see in town for this short time , but in the other we think that there are many interesting places at a short distance
What do you think about visiting St Andrews or Rosslyn Chapel ?
Which is the best way to reach these places with public transport ?
the best way to visit Islay? Hire a car for 1 week or use a taxi?
staying in Applecross village in Sept 2013. would like to buy food whilst in the area, finding it difficult to see what basic goods are available. Any info would be appreciated?
Can you get a phone signal ( vodafone) at the old man of storr
Do you know if you get a phone signal ( vodaphone) at The old man of storr
We are going to be in Edinburgh on a tour and one of the optional offerings is a dinner with a "traditional Haggis" ceremony. I am not sure this would be worth the price. £60?