Premier Inn Dundee - Centre

Discovery Quay, Riverside Drive, Dundee, DD1 4XA, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Dundee

TUG OF WAR

by globetrott

" Tug of War " is one of the standard-competitions of each Highland game.

This pic was taken in Falkirk, where a less traditional Highland game took place.
It was rather something like a high-school-competition, but called and announced as a " Highland Game "

The lovely city of Stirling...

by margaretvn

The lovely city of Stirling and its castle.This castle is built on rocky crag and is one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture in Scotland. According to legend King Arthur won the original castle from the Saxons but there is no evidence of a castle before 1124. Today’s castle dates from the 15th and 16th centuries. And was last defended in 1746 (against the Jacobites). Seven battlefields can be seen from the castle and Stirling held a key position in Scotland’s struggles for independence. The 67 metre high Wallace monument can also be seen from the castle. This monument at Abbey Craig recalls William Wallace’s defeat of the English at Stirling Bridge in 1297, fore shadowing the victory by Bruce in 1314. The Great Hall, the James IV Gatehouse, the Chapel Royal (remodelled by James VI) and the artillery fortifications of the 16th to 18th centuries are all of outstanding interest. The Great Hall has been restored recently and is now how it would have looked like about 1500. There is a good café for a welcome cup of coffee after all that history.
Location: On Castle wynd Stirling. There is parking for castle visitors on the castle esplanade.
More Info: Tel: 01786 450000 Open April – September 9.30 – 6 pm daily Open October - March 9.30 – 5 pm daily Closed 25,26 December and 1-3 January

Killiecrankie

by margaretvn

Even if it was not the the site of a famous Jacobite battle this area would still be very worth visiting - it is lovely. The green wooden glen of the River Garry is a great place for walking.
It is in fact the place where the Highlands and Lowlands meet and the site of the great jacobite victory in the battle of Killecrankie on 27th of july 1689. Then General John Graham of Claverhouse, Viscount Dundee engaged the Government army (some 4,000 men)of General Hugh Mackay of Scone. The difficult terrain of the gorge of the river Garry gave General Mackay great problems and soon 'Bonnie Dundee' led his men to victory - a short but bloody battle.
It was while on the retreat that a government soldier came to his only way of escape .... and it was a 18 feet leap across the fast-flowing river Garry. He really had no choice and leapt to freedom and into the history books as the man who made the famous Soldier's Leap. The detour in the walk along the river to see the rock is worthwhile.
Just north of Pitlochry.

Scotland

by b_dedekind

"Reborn as a traveller"

Scotland is the first place I visited in the world. What a great place!

"Chilling in the Highlands."

The Highlands. What a place of beauty! I went "hiking", which was funny, because the Scots take it so seriously. Now, if you've been in the highlands, you'll notice that there are no snakes, or scorpions or anything potentially dangerous that might come your way... except a sheep or two. So it really surprised me to see a few group members show up in very professional hiking gear. (Makes me wonder what they'd bring when they attempt this in Africa...if they dare). Still, it seemed good because there were a lot of waterpuddles to tread through.

ermy's new Dundee Page

by ermy

I do not live in Dundee,my dad came from there. I live in Perth 22 miles away but VT has no Perth Scotland site. I came across VT by accident but I will update as soon as I get to grips with the digital camera I got for Xmas. I travel alot in Scotland so feel free to ask any questions you may have. I probably can give you up to date info on Tayside and the surrounding areas.

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