Continuing the Perthshire fairy tale the next stop is in Scone at the Scone Palace. The palace is a Category A listed historic house and 5-star tourism attraction with Georgian Gothic style architecture and it has been the crowning place of Scotland’s kings. Also, it is an important religious spot for the Picts and it… Continue reading Perthshire fairytale (part 2)
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Glenshee is located in the eastern part of Perthshire and is the largest ski center in Scotland. Its name comes from the Gaelic word “sith” which means fairy. Therefore, this is the perfect place if you are looking for a peaceful and fairy tale inspired holiday. The main settlement is the Spittal of Glenshee where… Continue reading Perthshire fairy tale (part 1)
Continuing the journey in Edinburg, just outside the Castle you will find the Old Town, an area that is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site due to the many Reformation-era buildings and the medieval street plan. There are lots of notable museums and buildings that deserve your attention if you have the time. These… Continue reading Wandering in Edinburgh in less than a day (part 2)
Edinburgh is the second largest city and the capital of Scotland. You can find a very diverse architecture comprising of an Old Town and the extensive Georgian New Town, built in the 18th century with gardens and neoclassical buildings. Both the Old and the New Towns are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It only takes an… Continue reading Wandering in Edinburgh in less than a day (part 1)
“Hello, it’s me… I was wondering if after all these years you’d like to meet?” After almost one year of thinking, I finally decided to start my own blog. My name is Veronica and here goes nothing! This blog will be all about my travels, photos and travel ideas. What will you find on… Continue reading To start with…
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