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They don’t come much bigger and stronger than Pete Hart, but the Highland Games athlete finally met his match when he faced off against Hamish the Highland Coo Van in a tug o’war. The 6ft 6ins, 25 stone strongman was at the Royal Highland Showground in Edinburgh to help VisitScotland promote the work...

The Round Tower The 17th century tower and observatory Rundetaarn, or the round tower, is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe. When Christian...

Photo: © Visit Reykjavík / Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson Despite the relatively short history of Iceland, modern Reykjavík is home to an impressive collection...

Photo: © Truls Tiller The Arctic city of Tromsø is a base for adventures and adventurers. Tromsø is located right in the realm of the Midnight Sun and...

Walking down the cobbled streets between the quaint rustic buildings, it’s easy to imagine you have been transported back in time. By Shanie Dover. York...

Scotland’s Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design in 2016 shines the spotlight on our greatest assets, icons, and hidden gems and there’s...

Magasinsgatan A laid back, trendy, cobbled street and home to several of Gothenburg’s independent designer-shops as well as the ‘in-café’ Da Matteo...

Originally Lisnagarvey, Ringfortort of the Gamesters, Lisburn City is vibrant and ever-changing, yet steeped in tradition and heritage. From Maori rights...

2016 will see Northern Ireland celebrate its fantastic Year of Food and Drink. Epic landscapes, time-honoured traditions, people and producers make our...

Carcassonne is where Disney meets a thousand years of French history. Fantasy and reality mix with fairytale castles revealing stories of a citadel full...

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