Experience Transat


Scotland is a land of rugged beauty, warm hospitality, and a rich cultural heritage that’s waiting to be explored. With flights to Glasgow, it’s easier than ever to discover the charm and magic of this incredible country. From the misty hills of the Highlands to the quaint countryside villages, Scotland offers endless opportunities for adventure, from exploring ancient castles to hiking through stunning landscapes. And let’s not forget about the world-renowned whiskey and friendly locals that will certainly make your trip unforgettable, which may or may not be intricately linked. So pack your bags, book your flights, and get ready to experience the wonder of Scotland!

There are hundreds of Harry Potter locations across Britain worthy of a visit, but here’s a selection of the most accessible and magical.
At the Scottish Festival & Highland Games in Kincardine, Ontario, I decided to try on a kilt. Here is how I ended up with living kilts.
There are those golf holes that stir up a fascinating mixture of pure anticipation… and sheer dread. These are some of them in different destinations.
To truly experience Scotland at her best you should try a ramble across a moody moor, dipping your toes into an emerald blue loch or walking to an ancient castle on an island. Here are three awesome hiking adventures in Scotland that will get you out and exploring in the land of Braveheart.
Scotland may be best known as the land of kilts, bagpipes and sexy highlanders but we think a perfect active travel trip should include lots of time outdoors on the water; paddling on a loch, canal or along the coast. Here are our top picks for a fun kayaking in Scotland adventure.
Here are four folk tales from Ireland and Scotland. These myths from Gaelic traditions have been entertaining tourists and locals for several centuries
Believe it or not, Scotland has a lot of haunted places. Here is a few places that have been tested for you in Edinburgh, where you should get your load of chills!
As far as chatty residents go, you’d be hard-pressed to beat the Glaswegians, residents of beautiful Glasgow and Scotland’s underrated gem.
A list of the five most significant and beautiful castles in Europe, from Switzerland to Scotland and why they are worth a detour, no matter how big.