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Edimburgo Dungeon

Edinburgh Dungeon (31 Market Street, Edinburgh) – this theater production is the ultimate thrill-filled adventure through Scotland’s murky past, going back 1,000 years. Spectators come face-to-face with sinister characters from Scotland’s gruesome past, including murderous twosome Burke and Hare and Scotland’s Warrior Hero William Wallace. Experience the ghostly presence on Mary King’s Close, the fearsome […]

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Cowal Highland Gathering

Cowal Highland Gathering (54 Hillfoot Street, Dunoon, Argyll) – held annually in late August at the Scottish town of Dunoon, the Cowal Highland Gathering is the biggest, most spectacular Highland games in the world. It’s renowned for its unique atmosphere, world-class competitors, beautiful Highland location and spine-tingling salute to the Chieftain. With a mix of […]

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Carnoustie Golf Links

Carnoustie Golf Links (20 Links Parade, Carnoustie, Angus) – this is a historic golf complex that was established back in 1850. It actually has three courses (totaling 54 holes)(par 72). This complex is part of the Open Championship circuit, and other events have been held there, such as the Women’s British Open, and the Senior […]

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Cardiff Castle

Cardiff Castle (Castle Street, Cardiff, Wales) — the Castle that exists here today, in the heart of the capital city, is at once a Roman fort, an impressive Norman castle and an extraordinary Victorian Gothic fantasy palace, created for one of the world’s richest men. In the 19th century, architect William Burges created a medieval […]

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Cardiff (city)

Cardiff (city) — Cardiff is the capital and largest city in Wales and the tenth largest city in the United Kingdom. The city is Wales’ chief commercial center, the base for most national cultural and sporting institutions, the Welsh national media, and the seat of the National Assembly for Wales. Cardiff was made a city […]

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Bristol (city)

Bristol (city) — Sitting beside the River Avon in Southwest England, Bristol, like Liverpool, has a prominent maritime history. The former city-center port has found new life as a cultural hub, called the Harbourside, and the M Shed museum explores the local social and industrial heritage. The harbor’s 19th-century era warehouses are now filled with […]

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Brighton (city)

Brighton (city) – Brighton is one of those English cities that rivals London as one of the best cities to visit in the UK. Filled with its ancient narrow lanes full of quirky shops & bars, Brighton is a great spot to visit on a day trip from London. The Royal Pavilion and Pier is […]

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Birmingham (city)

Birmingham (city) — this major city is in England’s West Midlands region and features multiple Industrial Revolution-era landmarks, as well as an extensive network of canals that is lined with trendy cafes and bars. In the city center, the Victorian Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is well-known for its pre-Raphaelite masterpieces. Other popular attractions include […]

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The Thistles Shopping Center

The Thistles Shopping Centre (Goosecroft Road, Stirling) – located nearly an hour west of Edinburgh (via route M9), this shopping center has 90 retailers, such as BHS, Boots, Clarks, Debenhams, H&M, HMV, River Island, Superdry, Topman, Zara, and others.

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Stirling Arcade

Stirling Arcade (The Stirling Arcade, King Street, Stirling, Stirlingshire) – this Victorian shopping center is located near Stirling railway station (an hour northwest from Edinburgh) and houses 15 local & regional stores. An impressive-looking Victorian shopping arcade that goes back to 1882, the Stirling Arcade has been an important downtown hub in downtown Stirling for […]