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 Amy Robertson

Amy is a content executive at VisitScotland. Hailing from the west coast of Scotland, she's rather fond of music festivals, coastal walks, whisky and coal fires.

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Get an appetite for love at romantic picnic spots in Scotland

A picnic for two is one of the most romantic activities a couple can do. It’s the perfect way to...

6 Places to Discover Mary Queen of Scots in the Scottish Borders

You might have already been captivated by her incredible story on the big screen – but have you followed in...

18 Places to Stay When You Tour South Scotland

As the saying goes, ‘it’s not the destination, it’s the journey’ – but when it comes to touring South Scotland,...

11 Utterly Instagrammable Places near Edinburgh

The camera LOVES Edinburgh and that’s no surprise to us; it’s justifiably one of the most beautiful cities in the...

7 alternative Easter activities to try in Scotland

In Scotland, we reckon there’s a few ways to shake up your Easter celebrations. Bypass making an Easter bonnet, give...

Scotland for Kids: Family Days Out for Half Term & October Break

With October half term fast approaching, it can sometimes seem difficult to pick the right activities to keep the whole...

Victoria & Abdul: new film shines the spotlight on Scotland’s royal connections

We’re pretty sure you’ve probably heard of Victoria and Albert, but it’s less likely that you’ll have seen the names...

Ancestral journeys: connecting to your past in Scotland

Every ancestral journey is a truly personal story. When you embark upon yours, you can never be quite sure where...

7 Amazing Things To Do Around John O’Groats

John O’Groats may be best known for  its jaw-dropping location at the top of mainland Britain, but that’s not the...

6 Famous Film Locations on Skye

The BFG © Entertainment One The camera really loves the Isle of Skye. The largest of the Inner Hebrides, it’s...

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