Fall in love with autumn in Scotland and find out why it’s a perfect time for visiting Scottish cities and the countryside. Continue reading “Autumn in Scotland – 10 reasons to visit Scotland in autumn (with photos)”
What to pack for Scotland and what to wear during your trip? Check my ultimate 4 seasons packing list for Scotland with all the necessities you need for different conditions and activities. I threw in some useful information about the weather, climate, and the landscape too!
The Isle of Mull is a perfect place for a short break in Scotland and one of my favourite weekend gateways in Scottish isles. There are so many great things to do on the Isle of Mull, from island hopping to the nearby Isle of Iona, Staffa and Ulva, to looking for puffins, relaxing on the white sand beaches or hiking in the mountains. Have a look at this full guide for a perfect short break in Scotland on the Isle of Mull!
Scotland is well known for its wild nature, historical castles and whisky trails. However, it also has a more exotic side. Find out more about the unique side of Scotland and beautiful places to visit, not known by many.
If you like off the beaten path places and you’ve already seen the main sights with Big Ben and Tower Bridge, try travelling more east to visit different London’s neighbourhood. Dive into the chaotic mix of great food places, pop-up designer shops, hidden cafes and colourful street art in the Brick Lane in London’s East End.
Is finding Aurora on your bucket list? Do you dream about watching Northern Lights dancing on the sky? I have you covered! Check those 7 tips that I used to increase my chances to see Aurora several times in different locations, which will help you to see Aurora, too!
Called the happiest place to live in the UK, the most popular seaside destination for tourists on the island, and also a “UK gay capital”- Brighton is definitely an interesting city to visit and perfect for a day trip. What is the best Brighton one day itinerary?
How to spend London New Year’s Eve on a budget and not to break a bank? Find the best winter activities in London, budget accommodation and places to eat, as well as where to watch the New Year’s Fireworks in London for free!
Red brick houses, rich history, local Ale and sun – this is how I see England, and this was exactly how it welcomed us last weekend. In the need of city break – we booked spontaneous trip to Salisbury. This small town is mostly known as a stop on the way to the best known pre-historic monument in Europe – Stonehenge and home of the Magna Carta in Salisbury Cathedral – but it’s not only this.
Small cottage hidden in the mountains. Fire sparkling in the darkness. New Year’s Eve in Scotland can be great. But New Year’s Eve in the Scottish Highlands can be even better!