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All Bar One

All Bar One (29 George Street, Edinburgh) – this is a old school bar which prides itself on its selection of Scotch, as well as brews and wines. It also has an outdoor dining section, which is assuring for large groups passing through there. This is also a great place for visitors to chat with […]

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CAR RENTALS

  CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Edinburgh: Avis Rent a Car +44 131 555 0555 Budget: +44 844 544 4605 Enterprise: +44 871 384 3453 Hertz: +44 870 844 8844 National: +44 871 384 3406 Thrifty: +44 131 337 1319

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Battle of Bannockburn

Battle of Bannockburn (Glasgow Road, Whins Of Milton, Stirling, Stirlingshire) – in 1314 AD, a battle over the future of Scotland was fought between Robert the Bruce (King of Scots) and the English under King Edward II. Over the two days of battle, Edward’s army was repeatedly thwarted by the Scots stubborn resistance before finally […]

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Antonine Wall

Antonine Wall — the Antonine Wall was constructed in the AD 140s on the orders of the Emperor Antoninus Pius; for a generation it was the north-western frontier of the Roman Empire. Running for 60 km from modern Old Kilpatrick on the north side of the River Clyde to Bo’ness on the Firth of Forth […]

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Braehead Shopping and Leisure Centre

Braehead Shopping and Leisure Centre (Kings Inch Road, Glasgow) — Braehead has more than 100 stores across its shopping centre and retail park and there are plenty of options for dining too. Marks & Spencer, Primark, Apple, Hollister, Gap, Sainsbury’s, Monsoon and IKEA are just some of the stores at Braehead where there are also […]

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About Scotland

Tourists visiting Scotland will surely come across a country with a lot of history. At least some of it goes back to the days of the Roman Empire, which extended as far northwest at England and Wales –then known as “Britannia” (occupying for periods of time portions of present-day Scotland, confirmed by the presence of […]