A Skye tourist hotspot - famed for its connection with fairies, a ruined castle, conical hills and a loch - will get a new car park and wider roads to deal with increased traffic.
The doors of two Inverness landmarks will be thrown open to the public this spring as part to create a "cultural triangle" in the Highland capital.
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“The Northern Lights of old Aberdeen, are what I long to see...”
Shetland’s tourism industry has reiterated its opposition to the introduction of a local tourism tax.
High hopes that Greyhope Bay project will welcome first visitors this summer to see Aberdeen’s famous dolphins
Hopes are high that a wildlife-spotting centre with spectacular views of Aberdeen harbour’s famous dolphin population will open next summer, after years of planning.
Scottish tourism businesses have been forging new links with one of the world's biggest economies - China.
The Highlands and Islands have been identified as the joint top staycation hotspot in the country.
A lucrative contract worth in the region of £1.2 million to transport visitors from cruise liners to Orkney's main town is out for tender.
Banffshire business owners have come together in a bid to boost food, drink and tourism in their area.
A luxury country hotel, seaside fisherman’s cottage and replica First World War trench were among the winners at the Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards (ACSTA) last night.
More visitors from abroad are visiting the Cairngorms National Park than ever before, new data has revealed.
A leading tourism body is appealing for volunteers to help showcase the best of the north-east.
The annual Moray Speyside Tourism conference will take place in Elgin next week.
Councillors will today decide whether to progress plans to future-proof Moray's tourist offering.
A tourist has penned a damning letter to council bosses in Aberdeen over the state of pavements in the city centre.
Scotland’s national tourism body will use attractions in Moray and Aberdeen to spearhead a new £2 million worldwide marketing drive.
Plans to connect two coastal Moray communities with a £2 million cycle path have moved up a gear.
Scotland’s national tourism body has launched a new podcast which celebrates a multitude of features the country has to offer.
A luxury five-star hotel and a double-decker bus cafe are among the venues which have been shortlisted for a top north-east hospitality prize.
In a move operators believe is a world first, a loveable cartoon ambassador for Skye has today launched a chatbot to help visitors.
A former prison has been officially named five-star visitor attraction.
A Skye tourism organisation has come out fighting again criticism the island is struggling with visitors, stating: "We are open for business."
Highland Council and a local housing association yesterday made it clear that if their tenants are found to be offering Airbnb, they could be evicted for breach of their tenancy conditions.
Tourist attractions in the north of Scotland are set for increased global exposure after being named among the UK’s top must-do experiences.
As many of you will know Moray Chamber of Commerce currently hosts Moray Speyside Tourism, the destination marketing organisation for Moray Speyside.
Summertime is here again. Long hot sunny days. (Well mostly).
A pair of north-east brothers have been given permission to transform a disused quarry into a whisky tourist destination.
People travelling on the Caledonian Sleeper rail service will once again be able to visit Oban more easily, with the reintroduction of a direct bus connection to the scenic coastal town.
The first stage of transforming a historic city fortification into a world-class wildlife centre could be completed by next spring.
Golf tourism in the north-east is on an upward curve.
Granted, the weather can be mixed at times, but all that means is that so long as you remember to pack a waterproof jacket, Scotland has everything you would want in a summer holiday, from pristine beaches, delicious food and drink, to a warm welcome.
A tourism chief believes Moray Council's decision to reduce cutting grass will leave visitors with a negative impression of the region.