Being invited to a red carpet event was a first for me.
Many people discount Norway as a holiday destination because of a perception of high prices and an unpleasant climate.
Airbnb has named the Outer Hebrides as one of the world’s top travel destinations to visit in 2019.
Plans to transform a historic Aberdeen artillery battery into a “world-class” dolphin visitor attraction have made a splash with business leaders and the RSPB.
It has proudly stood at Aberdeen’s harbour mouth, defending the Granite City from invaders and bombardment since 1860.
Tourism in Northern Ireland is more vulnerable to Brexit than any other region because it relies on the British market for the majority of its income from the sector, it has been claimed.
Aberdeen Christmas Village will reopen to the public today.
Aberdeen Christmas Village has closed today due to bad weather.
A £30 million harbour plan has been announced to serve major energy projects and attract hugely valuable tourist cruise liners to the Highlands.
A majority of businesses in Edinburgh support the introduction of a tourist tax, according to a study.
Hotel reveals list of bizarre guest requests from cage dives with the Loch Ness Monster to afternoon tea with the Queen
Cage dives with the Loch Ness Monster and afternoon tea with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh are just some of the bizarre requests a hotel chain has received.
The Flow Country of Caithness and Sutherland could be set to join the Taj Mahal in India, the Grand Canyon in the USA and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia as a World Heritage Site.
A Moray distillery and visitor centre has been given a five-star rating from VisitScotland.
Skye today will get its own answer to Postman Pat and Noddy as Donald welcomes visitors to the misty isle, acting as a friendly face and offering advice.
For most brides, rain on their wedding day would be a disaster - especially for one who had travelled across the Atlantic to tie the knot.
Scotland’s booming cruise liner industry has sailed to new passenger number and vessel visit records this year, with north ports again proving the most popular for sea-borne holidaymakers.
A tourism chief has hailed ambitious plans for a cable car service stretching above the Aberdeen skyline as a potential rival for San Francisco’s world-famous trams as a unique visitor attraction.
Ambitious plans to promote tourism in Moray have been given a boost after winning the backing of businesses.
The transformation of Union Terrace Gardens, a giant statue of a bull for the side of the AWPR and a New York-style “Highline” have all been mooted as ways to reinvent the region.
Crunch talks to tackle anti-social behaviour on Inverness High Street were held yesterday in a bid to stop drunks and drug addicts from “killing off tourism and trade” in the city centre.
Record numbers of golfers have travelled from across the globe to the North of Scotland to sample one of the top Links courses in the UK, in a welcomed boost to the local economy.
A former north-east jail has been nominated for a tourism award a year after claiming another major industry gong.
A new £1 million plus visitor centre has been built to tell the story of the “cultural icon” Tennent’s Lager.
Anyone who has enjoyed a stroll through Inverness of late can’t fail to have noticed there’s a buzz about the place.
Gaelic could add more than £82 million per year to tourism, Visit Scotland revealed yesterday.
Developing a national “Gaelic spoken” badge as well as ambassadors for language are some of the measures in Scotland’s first Gaelic tourism strategy.
VisitScotland have launched a new ghost trail at Crathes Castle - just in time for Halloween.
The Highlands and Islands has been named one of the top regions in the world to visit next year by a leading travel guide.
Tourists have ranked V&A Dundee only 40th on a list of the best things to see or do in the city.
Ambitious plans for a multi-million pound tourism and leisure project in Lochaber – including the construction of a 120-bed hotel – have been unveiled, providing hope of a jobs boom in the area.
Proposals for an artificial ski slope at CairnGorm were resoundingly thrown out by the Cairngorm National Park Authority planning committee yesterday, against planners’ recommendations.
Controversial plans to build a budget hotel in a prominent gap site in Thurso are to go before Highland Councillors next month.