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 third largest of the Scottish islands, with the colorful Tobermory town, stunning white sand beaches, great mountain hikes and trips to the historic Isle of Iona and the out-of-this-world Isle of Staffa, is not to be missed from your Scottish itinerary. Don’t mull over it and just go to 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.
Eleven visited countries (including five brand new ones!), exploring England and Scotland, solo travelling, travelling as a couple, amazing people, great memories, freedom, love and happiness. But also difficult decisions, people’s bad intentions, disappointments, changes. A lot of changes. What a year!
There is one Polish Charity organization called Kadry ze Świata. Every year, they organize photo contest “Kadry ze świata – Podróże okiem Polaków” (“Photos from the world – Travels in the eyes of Polish people”), where 20 best pictures are chosen and granted the title of “Photos of the year”. This year, one of my photos was among the chosen ones!
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!
What is the weirdest place that you had a beer in? I guess, that during teenager years, they could have been quite extraordinary 😉 But have you ever had a beer in the church?