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Scottish tourism news

Visitor numbers to Scottish attractions rose “dramatically” in 2017, with an overall total of 30 million visits being made to leading museums, theme parks and ... More
The Scottish Government has been urged to create a register of accredited dementia-friendly attractions in the country to provide a boost to tourism and help ... More
Scottish tourism chiefs are hoping a film adaptation of Compton MacKenzie’s 1947 novel Whisky Galore will help to boost visitor numbers in some of the ... More
Scotland’s tourism sector is outshining the rest of the UK when it comes to employment, with worker numbers increasing at more than twice the rate ... More
A number of visitor attractions located around the Scottish border have seen tourist numbers surge following the opening of the Borders Railway 12 months ago. ... More
Inverness Castle in Scotland could become a free-to-visit museum, with £8m (US$11.5m, €10.3m) plans to transform the heritage site into an attraction winning approval at ... More
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Plans for a £300m five star hotel and championship golf resort at the site of Loudoun Castle in East Ayrshire have been scrapped in favour ... More
The Glasgow Commonwealth Games contributed to £282m worth of Scottish tourism revenue in 2014, according to a study carried out on behalf of Scottish government, ... More
Hundreds of businesses across Scotland have signed up to a training programme designed to make tourist services and attractions more accessible, according to tourism minister ... More
Holiday bookings from England to Scotland increased by four per cent in the immediate aftermath of the 55 per cent to 45 per cent referendum ... More
Being a part of 'Brand Britain' is essential for Scotland’s tourism sector, according to Labour MP and current representative for Edinburgh South West Alistair Darling. ... More
An online training portal aimed at those working in Lanarkshire’s tourism and hospitality industry has launched today (19 May), designed to provide education on the ... More
Delegates from the Scottish tourism industry have overwhelmingly voted against the prospect of a split from the UK as a result of the upcoming independence ... More
Scottish tourism businesses are being encouraged to take advantage of the ancestral tourism market in the run up to 2014, when Scotland will host several ... More
While visitors to Scotland have decreased over the past year, spending has seen a sharp increase, according to official figures. According to the Office of ... More
The inaugural Accessible Tourism Conference will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland next month as part of efforts to attract more disabled visitors to the country. ... More
Image: Nature is one of Scotland's selling points A new national tourism strategy - designed to establish Scotland as a "destination of first choice" over ... More
New research from the Moffat Centre at Glasgow Caledonian University has found that visits to Scotland's main tourist attractions increased by 4 million last year. ... More
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The Scottish tourism industry is expected to receive a boost worth more than £20m through VisitScotland's flagship trade show, which is taking place this week ... More
Scottish tourism minister Fergus Ewing has announced £3m will be invested in the events industry as part of efforts to mark the country's Homecoming celebrations ... More
Scottish tourism minister Fergus Ewing has announced details of a new strategy designed to help increase visitor numbers to Edinburgh from 3.27 million to 4.39 ... More
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has reported that the total number of visitors by overseas residents to the UK grew by 2 per cent ... More
More than 260 accredited museums and galleries across Scotland are in line to benefit from support totalling in excess of £1m from the Scottish Government's ... More
Schemes to promote sailing and improve infrastructure along Scotland's west coast as part of a wider collaboration involving Northern Ireland and Ireland have been handed ... More
New research has found that more Scottish residents opted to holiday at home in 2010, with staycationers' visitor expenditure worth £1bn to the country's economy. ... More
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