One of the most iconic cinematic scenes has been included in a drive to bring Scotland to life.
It goes without saying that this week’s 145th Open Championship at Royal Troon is a crucial week for Scottish golf. Every Open staged on this soil, it’s always the same.
Trolls, fairies and a dragon will return to an Angus spectacular this autumn.
Tourism chiefs in Fife have hailed the significant progress in growing the region’s tourism economy in recent years – despite claims more could be done to boost the sector.
Michael Alexander scaled the iconic Forth Bridge to find out how ambitious £30 million plans for a visitors centre and bridge climbing experience are being showcased as part of VisitScotland's Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design 2016.
Tourism spending in Scotland has risen to its highest level in more than a decade despite a drop in visitor numbers in the last year.
An award-winning Dundee restaurant is going full steam ahead with an ambitious £500,000 expansion.
Every dog has its day and Manny the Border Collie could be about to have hers.
Glamis Castle is brimming with confidence over the prospect of a bumper 2016 season after a flood of global spring visitors to the 600-year-old Angus landmark.
An historic ship which stars in television drama Outlander has helped to showcase Scotland to North American tourists. The Reaper, berthed at Anstruther’s Scottish Fisheries Museum, was the venue for afternoon tea for tour operators during VisitScotland’s expo trade show.