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Celebrate light and warmth at events across the country, including Hogmanay, Burning of the Clavie and Up Helly Aa
From St Andrew's Day to Burns night, Scotland is brimming with great events, unique entertainment, shopping experiences and festive cheer to warm up winter nights and show the world how to party!
Get into the festive spirit with Christmas celebrations in Edinburgh.
Discover festive treats galore at Perth's three-month winter festival celebration.
Enjoy a great programme of events across Inverness this festival season, including markets, concerts and more.
Glasgow is the perfect place to pick up some christmas shopping, browse winter markets and attend family friendly events.
Enjoy nine days of exciting festive events in the run up to St Andrews Day during Oban Winter Festival from 21 - 30 November
This year sees Stirling again hosting an amazing Hogmanay party in the shadow of impressive Stirling Castle.
Experience Aberdeen during its annual Winter Festival and enjoy a fantastic programme of festive events and entertainment alongside excellent Christmas shopping.
Celebrate St Andrew’s Day in the ‘Home of the Flag’ at East Lothian Council’s Saltire Festival from 24 - 30 November 2014
Discover a winter wonderland, full of events and activities including illuminations and Christmas markets, in Scotland's ancient capital, Dunfermline.
Scotland shows the world how to welcome the new year in style at Hogmanay.
Burns Night commemorates the life and works of Scotland's greatest work with a supper of haggis, whisky and poetry recitations.
Celebrate St Andrew's Day in style with traditional Scottish music, dining, dancing and much more on 30 November
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