Travel Tuesday – Scotland

Scotland is the vision of your imagination and more. The rich history of Scotland gives us haggis, bagpipes, castles, folktales, Robert Burns, the kilt, the Loch Ness Monster, whiskey, Macbeth and porridge. This history is interlaced into everyday life and can be celebrated by touring the surprising landscapes of Scotland. Visit any of the dynamic cities, however, and you will also see Scotland soaring ahead in its modern art and culture scenes. The vibrant mix of modernity and history makes Scotland a country of diversity and infectious spirit.

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Munich Mini Break

Rooftop bar, Munich University.

Munich is a unity of tradition and modernity. Spend your days cycling the historical sights, wandering the soul of Marienplatz, or sipping beer in the oldest of Munich’s beer gardens. Fill the gentle nights in bustling, quirky restaurants and hidden rooftop bars. Certainly you’ll enjoy the authentic Bavaria but another pleasure of Munich is discovering all its hidden surprises that drive the city forward.

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Copenhagen

A laidback, contemporary city overflowing with creativity and culture; Copenhagen is racing its way up everyone’s lists of desirable destinations. If the moreish Danish pastries aren’t enough to have you begging to return, then the royal history, vibrant arts scene and dreamy architecture certainly will. Hire a bike to fit in with the locals and follow your senses through this Nordic gem.

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