Robot butlers, mega-cities, midge haggis and the return of mammoth airships are just some of the novelties to expect in the future of Scottish tourism.
A new and engaging golf campaign, aimed specifically at encouraging more women to travel to Scotland to play golf, has been launched today by VisitScotland.
Tourism businesses across Scotland are being encouraged to tap into dedicated online resources that have the potential to help support their growth.
A new investigation to uncover anything unusual lurking in Loch Ness has begun.
A ground breaking new application (app) that invites the world to step into Scotland has been created in close collaboration with Google as part of the Scotland Is Now global campaign.
Scotland’s national tourism organisation, VisitScotland, is encouraging visitors, especially young people, to travel to the Scottish Borders by train this summer to experience the region’s annual Common Ridings and festivals.
Travel authority, Lonely Planet, picked Dundee as one of its top European destination for 2018, the only UK city to make the list.
Scottish golfer Bradley Neil was joined by children from Crieff and St Dominic’s Primary Schools for a fun putting session to mark Golf Perthshire’s funding boost from VisitScotland Growth Fund.
A new fund designed to help rural areas across Scotland invest into the quality of their tourism offering has begun accepting applications.
Scotland’s national tourist board, VisitScotland, recently welcomed new figures from The Association of Leading Visitor Attractions, revealing that Scotland has seen the biggest visitor rises than any other UK destination.