If you’re planing a weekend break in Edinburgh once we’re all free from lockdown and the coronavirus, you’ll have to plan your evening entertainment after your private Edinburgh tour you enjoyed earlier that day.
long with all the whisky distillery tours here in Scotland being cancelled until further notice, with Germany not nearly affected as bad as the uk with the coronavirus, the Oktoberfest in Munich has been cancelled for 2020.
When we go on holiday tour 9 times out of 10 we’re going into the unknown, to a city or even country we’ve never been before.
In the 1950 and 60’s Bute was one of the main holiday destinations for the folks of Glasgow and Edinburgh, it only takes just under an hour by ferry from Wymess bay on the west coast of Scotland to Rothesay, the only town on the Isle of Bute.
Isle of Bute: Richard Gooding an American whisky collector, was the grandson of Caleb Bradham who founded Pepsi cola in the early 1900’s in Denver. Sadly Richard passed away in 2014, but for over 20 years he’d been making trips to Scotland to build up his rare and extensive Scotch Whisky collection.
For anyone planing a private day tour in Edinburgh, the only thing you have to worry about is choosing the attractions you’d most like to visit as I promise you won’t fit everything into just one day!
A single malt whisky distillery on the outskirts of Glasgow in Clydebank, this distillery was built in 1800 and started producing whisky in 1823.
The R&A of golf chief executive Martin Slumber has opted to cancel this year’s British Open that was to be held at St George’s in Kent.
With tourism in Scotland being one of the main economic activities for the country, it generates around £12 Billion a year spent by over 3 million tourists from all over the world. But what does this mean for Scotland for 2021?
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