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4 Wheelchair Accessible Attractions in Scotland

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It’s been in the news a lot recently with the recent referendum on independence, but people often forget that Scotland is also a fantastic tourist destination. This beautiful country in the north of the British Isles might be known for a lot of things, from its haggis to its bingo halls.   Edinburgh Castle Located in the Scottish capital atop an extinct volcano, Edinburgh Castle forms part of the Edinburgh World Heritage Site. Visitors to Edinburgh Castle can admire the Scottish Crown Jewels and the world famous ‘Stone of Destiny’, both of which can be found on site. Courtesy...

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Glasgow, Scotland: Accessible Travel Tips

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Glasgow is not Scotland’s Capital City but it is its largest and most cosmopolitan city which provides the traveller with a vivid contrast to the stunning historical townscape of its near neighbor, Edinburgh – a mere 40 miles away. Prior to the European City of Culture accolade the city received in 1990, Glasgow was tarnished with its reputation as No Mean City, rife with crime and a spiraling level of deprivation as the city’s industrial roots – ship building, once the heart-beat of the city has all but disappeared from the River Clyde – made way for exactly what,...

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