From taking in the bright lights of Edinburgh and Glasgow to witnessing the majestic splendour of the Scottish Highlands, Welcome to Scotland will open doors and make your budget go further.
NO ROAMING CHARGES – All Scotland maps and information about more than 16,000 points of interest are pre-loaded so no internet connection is needed.
Whether you live here or are a visitor, our app will help you discover the real Scotland.
Don’t leave home without it!
SAVE MONEY – Take advantage of a wide range of exclusive discounts and special offers from all over Scotland. With cut price entrance to attractions and great offers from restaurants and places to stay you’ll pay for the app in no time.
WHERE TO STAY? – Any place in Scotland – choose from over 9,500 hotels, guest houses, B&Bs, holiday cottages, self catering apartments, hostels and caravan and camping parks. And don’t forget to take advantage of our exclusive accommodation deals.
WHAT’S NEARBY? – With GPS discover things to see and do near you, from attractions and activities to where to stay and the best restaurants, cafes and shops. Whether you fancy golf at St Andrews, a whisky distillery tour, or even a trip to Edinburgh Castle, use our app to find out what is on offer.
WHAT’S THAT? – The latest Augmented Reality function transforms your phone into a virtual tour guide. Identify all 500 of Scotland’s highest hills and find out about Scotland’s historic sites and monuments.
WHAT’S ON? – Check out information on the principal events from around Scotland: festivals; highland games; concerts and theatre. Search by week or month.
INTERACTIVE MAPS – Preloaded zoomable maps cover the whole of Scotland. More detailed regional maps provided with no roaming charges.
FULLY COMPATIBLE – Android 2.2+
TOWNS AND CITIES – Includes information on Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Dundee, Aberdeen, Stirling, Perth, St Andrews and many other towns.
Please help us make our Welcome to Scotland app even more useful and send your comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How the Explore Scotland app makes holiday planning quick and easy:
• Find places to visit and things to do, wherever you are or wherever you'd like to go
• Tailor your search by what you like to do, what's nearby or by name
• Find the best way to get about with our in-built journey planner
• Save places or events to your trip itinerary for easy reference
• Map view to easily find and navigate to places and events near you
• Get contact details for local businesses in a couple of clicks
• Scotland's largest and most comprehensive events, attractions and activities search, updated daily
• Travel planner - find out how best to get to your chosen destination
• Local weather checker
• Restaurant and bar finder
• Accommodation search
* Please note Android 4.0.3 users may encounter some issues with this application, we recommend upgrading to a more recent Android version.
The guides are available here on an Area or Track by Track basis with a descriptive text, whilst the audio content is combined with sponsor generated images into short YouTube videos.
All our guides feature and are sponsored by quality local businesses en-route - representing the most interesting Places to Visit and very best places to Eat, Drink and Stay.
[ From castles to palaces, country house hotels to loch-side inns, farmhouse b&bs
to cosy self-catering cottages, even a couple of private islands!
We also show case independent retailers and farm-shops along with local food producers, distilleries and breweries. Alongside many outstanding artists, crafters and pottery outlets with numerous museums and galleries.]
All these sponsors are listed on the App. by Area and Type and shown along with geo-navigation, live web and phone links, description and images and also displayed in conjunction with extracts from our Audio Guides.
This is a unique and interactive way to Discover Scotland, it’s history, folklore wildlife, outstanding natural beauty; with awe-inspiring mountains, forests and lochs as well as its numerous islands & dramatic seascapes.
Alongside it’s villages, towns, cities and unique culture.
An easy to use and FREE format – putting all the information we have generated over many years of travel and research into one convenient place.
Ideal to help plan a visit or whilst on the go as you discover Scotland!
The app features:
• A journey planner for public transport options between any two locations in Scotland, featuring all bus, coach, rail, Glasgow Subway and ferry routes,
• Departure boards showing next scheduled buses at every stop in Great Britain! Live bus times are shown in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, Angus, Ayrshire, Inverness area and Orkney where available,
• View live rail departures for all stations in Scotland,
• Transport times also shown for Scottish ferry terminals and Glasgow Subway stations, together with local taxi details relevant to your location,
• See full Scottish routes on the map, with all scheduled calling points and stop times displayed,
• News & Notices affecting public transport services,
• Contact details for all Scottish public transport operators.
For the strategic road network, the app provides direct access to Traffic Scotland. This section features:
• Current trunk road incident information,
• Live-Eye Views from motorway and trunk road cameras,
• Current journey times for major routes,
• Details of current and planned roadworks,
• Regularly updated weather and planned events info.
You can also listen to the latest live travel information on the Traffic Scotland Radio player.
+ 'Best New Apps 2015' in Google Play Store +
+ Recommended by 'Die Welt', CHIP and 'Computerbild 2014' +
+ Among CNN’s Top 50 Travel Apps 2013 +
Plan your journey to Scotland with our trip planner, view recommendations from the tripwolf community, and get tips from experienced travel writers. With offline map, free updates, and guides for over 500 destinations worldwide!
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Create your personal itinerary with the trip planner, and organize your journey to Scotland while you're on the road or in the comfort of your own home. Wherever, whenever.
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Thanks to the offline maps you can find your way around wherever you are. Find your location on the map, and you'll never get lost in a foreign place again.
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No matter whether you're traveling with your family, on a budget, or just the two of you want to know what to do in Scotland when it's raining: we've put together the ideal recommendations for every situation especially for you.
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Get genuine recommendations and reviews for the best destinations such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Isle of Skye as well as insider tips for good local restaurants, shops, hotels, nightlife spots, events & festivals, and more.
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The most popular travel guides for more than 10 million travelers, with offline maps, a trip planner, and insider tips for more than 500 cities, countries, and regions worldwide. So you like the new design of our guides, but you feel certain features are missing or you have general feedback on another topic? We'd be happy to hear from you - just e-mail us your comments (email@example.com)!
The following destinations are among those included:
Oban, Glen Coe, Inverness, Stirling, Fort William and around, Portree, Glen Nevis, Bharraigh (Barra), Tobermory, Achiltibuie
This fiercely independent little country on Europe's fringes is so packed with history and charm that exploring it is well worth a few weeks of anyone's time.
Many visitors will already be familiar with many of the classic Scottish set pieces before they arrive: tranquil lochs, heathery glens, hilltop castles and brooding mountains, idyllic beaches, pretty villages and homey pubs with good local whiskies are all fairly easy to find. But of course there's far more besides, particularly in Scotland's two great and very happening cities: Edinburgh and Glasgow.
By using 1184 photos and 24,000 words in 155 entries SCOTLAND'S BEST will help you zero in on the sorts of things you will enjoy most on your trip to Scotland. It does this by listing all the key attractions in several NICHE CATEGORIES and by weaving many of these together into a few ITINERARIES for those simply wanting bit of everything. The itineraries also include suggestions of where you might get a good bite to eat along the way.
★ Fine Dining
★ Golf (WITH extensive background info)
★ Historical Sights (WITH extensive background info)
★ Luxury Accommodation
★ Star Attractions
★ Sports & Activities (including skiing & mountain biking)
★ Whisky (WITH extensive background info)
★ Scotland in a week (6/7 days)
★ Classic Highland Tour (3/4 days)
★ Skye (3 days)
★ Edinburgh (1 day)
★ Glasgow (1 day)
★ Cairngorms & Moray (1 day)
★ Glencoe & Argyll (1 day)
★ Moray & The Great Glen (1 day)
★ Perthshire & Cairngorms (1 day)
★ Trossachs & Stirling (1 day)
✔ Easily SORT entries – by category, name, price, distance (using your device's inbuilt GPS) or region.
✔ Submit COMMENTS easily: give the author a piece of your mind for free!
✔ One-click website LINKS (including Twitter, Facebook & YouTube).
✔ One-click PHONE CALLS (on phones)
✔ Biannual UPDATES
✔ Detailed MAPS
✔ NAVIGATE quickly using the app's global search and hyperlinks between entries.
★ About the Author ★
Christian Williams has been a freelance travel writer since moving into his Edinburgh flat in 1998. He's covered destinations all over the world, but mostly specializes on Germany and Canada. He's lived in Scotland for 15 years and is pleased to finally be writing about somewhere on his doorstep.
★ About Sutro Media ★
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
If you have any problems, comments, or suggestions for improvement, we'd love to hear from you - firstname.lastname@example.org
Scotland is one of the most romantic of countries with its misty heather glens, miles of white beaches, crystal blue waters and lochs that look like mirrors, set against a background of stunning snow capped mountains. However, there is another, darker side to Scotland, with its blood soaked and turbulent history, that pitted clan against clan, that saw Scotland ripped apart in a brutal civil war, with risings and rebellions that ended with the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1746 at the Battle of Culloden. Scotland is crammed full of history with castles steeped in tales of ghosts, torture, dungeons, of sieges, and of betrayal.
From the mystical Isle of Skye to the Highlands and Lowlands, this app will help guide you to some of the amazing sites of interest - from Scotland's most haunted castle, to the battlefields of Culloden, Prestonpans, Falkirk and Bannockburn, to see the oldest stone memorial to Sir William Wallace and the prison where a 5 year old French drummer boy was held. It also contains a wealth of practical and useful information for any traveller including visitor centres, food and drink, opening hours, etc, helping you to plan your tour.
* 220 locations from Highlands and Islands to the Lowlands
* 900 photographs
* Each location has photos, historical info, website links, sat nav coordinates
* Offering an historical guide to Scotland from the Wars of Independence to the Battle of Culloden
* History page with fully researched, concise history on William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots, the Covenanters and Bonnie Prince Charlie
* History of the Clans, their castles, their mottos, their lands
* All locations have also been categorised into 6 colour coded groups:
*Colour-coded pins (showing different location types e.g. Keep, Ruined Castle, Cairn, etc)
Scottish Battles and Castles is packed full of information, facts and stories of the ordinary Scot, the Clan Chiefs, the Generals, the Kings, the Covenanters, and the Jacobites who fought for the restoration of the Stuart Kings. Stories that include the treachery of those who betrayed William Wallace and the Marquis of Montrose, to one of courage with Flora MacDonald helping Bonnie Prince Charlie escape 'over the sea to Skye'. It is a great way to learn about all the history of Scotland, and can be used whether or not you are actually on site. If you are using the app in the local region covered by the pins, it will help you navigate to your chosen locations. If not, the app is designed and produced to give an in-depth overview of the many varied, and interesting sites, giving the remote user the feeling of being there.
-Zoom to specific site locations
-Your current position highlighted on the in-built map
-Each location is colour coded and shown in List view as well as the Map view
-Colour-coded pins (showing different location types e.g.Keep, Ruined Castle, Cairn, etc)
-Favourites list page to shortlist your locations, helping you to plan your tour
-Favourites map page to show your locations, helping you to plan your tour
-Incredibly easy to navigate around the map
-GPS positions included for individual sites
-Cut and paste facility to transfer GPS coordinates to your inbuilt phone Sat Nav or clipboard
Use it as your GPS navigator!
It's free and you don't need an internet connection to see the map!
Search addresses or points of interest.
Get routing to destination.
It includes a detailed list of points of interest for tourists, accommodation, parking, restaurants, bars, clubs, cinemas, theatres, auto services, shops, parks, schools, hospitals, sport areas.
The application has detailed maps of major cities in United Kingdom: London, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Sheffield, Bradford, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol, Kirklees, Fife, Wirral, North Lanarkshire, Wakefield, Cardiff, Dudley, Wigan, East Riding, South Lanarkshire, Coventry, Belfast and others.
This application is based on Osmand project under the GNU GPLv3 license and uses high quality data from OSM.
65,000 summer – and winter tours have been equipped primarily with edited descriptions, topographic maps, elevation profiles, tour data, photos and GPX tracks, are all accessible by mobile devices and can be commented and rated.
Maps: outdooractive.com provides you with topographic maps of all the German-speaking regions. Superb OSM maps with hiking and bike trails, as well as maps in winter style, are made available to you worldwide, on which you can also view the slopes, slope gradient, lifts, winter hiking trails and sledding slopes.
Tour planner: Plan tours in great detail on winter- and summer maps throughout Europe, and particularly in Germany, with bike- and hiking trail overlays, as well as the automatic display of elevation, kilometers and an elevation profile included.
Current conditions: You can easily enter current conditions from underway via the outdooractive-App. Either you determine the position on our map or you simply enter the current condition directly for a tour – including pictures, weather, hazard note and description.
Communtiy: You can edit your online profile via the app, upload a profile picture, add favorite activities or own qualifications. If you don’t have an outdooractive.com-Account, you can register via the app.
Track recording: Record your tracks and obtain important data, such as kilometers, average speed, elevation, elevation profile and the time elapsed. Import a GPX track and use it as a template or export your recorded tour as a GPX file.
Tour scanner: You will find a QR code for each tour in our outdooractive.com portal. After scanning it you will be directed to the mobile version of the tour.
• Inclinometer, with live view.
• Emergency Service.
• Import of GPX files via email, Dropbox or direct download.
• Favorites feature.
• Share content with friends.
• Fullscreen mode.
• Orient maps to display viewing direction.
Warning: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
We are on a mission to create the most comprehensive, free and accessible guide to Scotland which is available in website and mobile format, along with an Apple and Android application all of which are free for the user.
This version of the app comes complete with Location GIS Software to automatically work out your location and bring you the nearest listings and directions to and from anywhere.
Welcome to Luxury Scotland - Gateway to the best of Scotland and a great source of information on Scottish Luxury Hotels, golf course, spa resort and restaurants. With details of country house hotels, city centre hotels, castles, a luxury yacht and a famous luxury train, this is your starting point for discovering Luxury Scotland.
Features of the Luxury Scotland guide include:
Introduction to Scotland
A guide to Spas and Golf Courses
Location Maps for listed properties
Future editions will include offers and new articles
Quote from Jeremy Hawkings, CEO Connoisseurs Scotland:
"The Luxury Scotland app opens up a rich source of travel information for today's discerning traveller to Scotland. This is our first step into the world of mobile apps and we aim to build on this first stage with future editions covering whisky, history, natural Scotland and more interactive features."
MobileReference guides help you get the most out of your vacation. The guides are available for most destinations worldwide and always include FREE offline GPS maps. Over 3 million MobileReference Travel Guides have been downloaded.
The world’s most popular electronic guides developed for your smartphone have the following features:
✔ GPS map loads to your smartphone memory - no network access needed once the app is downloaded.
✔ GPS map displays your location along with nearby sights and attractions.
✔ MobileReference guides use vector-based maps so they load quickly and are easy to zoom and scroll.
✔ Unlike other travel guides, GPS coordinates for attractions have been verified by users on the ground.
✔ Attraction articles can be accessed from both an alphabetical and a categorical index.
✔ Top 10 attractions article features sights that no visitor should miss.
✔ Articles include tips on what to do and see in your destination.
✔ Articles can be added to a list of favorites.
✔ The top restaurants have been individually selected by MobileReference editors. These restaurants are marked by a star in the EAT chapter and are plotted on the GPS map.
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MobileReference Travel Guides provide detailed, practical information about attractions, landmarks, transportation, cultural venues, dining, lodging, history and much more. They are indexed alphabetically and by category, making it easier to access individual articles. Attractions can be viewed on an offline GPS map along with your current location so that you can easily find attractions near you as you explore the city.
This fully-functional guide is absolutely free. The full version (only $4.99) adds Text-To-Speech and expands articles with more information about attractions, history, culture, itineraries, phrasebooks and more. Listen to complete articles on the go with Text-To-Speech: double-tap on a word to start Text-To-Speech from the selected word or select Menu > Start Text-To-Speech.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Essentials: Eat | Drink | Sleep | Contact | Respect | Stay Healthy | Stay Safe | Driving in the UK | Units Conversion
Scotland: Regions, Cities & Other destinations | Get in | Get around | History | Geography | Politics | Culture | See & Do | Buy
Maps: Scotland | Regions | Scottish clans | Scottish Borders | South West | Central Belt | Scottish Highlands | North East | Hebrides | Orkney Islands | Shetland Islands | Edinburgh Districts | Edinburgh City Center | Glasgow | Aberdeen
Edinburgh: History | Culture | Eat | Drink | Sleep | Contact | Cope | Stay safe | Get in | Get around | Airport | Districts | Streets | Hills | Get out
Edinburgh Attractions: Top 10 | Itinerary | See | Do | Buy | Buildings | Hotels | Churches | Parks | Museums | Theaters
Aberdeen: Get in | Get around | History | Talk | Climate | Old Aberdeen | Architecture | Museums | Parks | Do | Buy | Eat | Drink | Sleep | Stay Safe | Get out
Glasgow: Get in | Get around | History | Talk | Geography & Climate | Districts | Culture | Architecture | See | Museums | Do | Buy | Eat | Drink | Gay & Lesbian | Sleep | Stay Safe | Contact | Get out
Inverness: Get in | Get around | History | Geography & Climate | Culture | See & Do | Eat & Drink | Sleep | Get out
Dumfries: Get in & around | History | Geography | Culture | Do & Buy | Eat & Drink | Sleep | Stay safe | Get out
Dundee: Get in & around | History | Talk | Geography | Culture | Buy | See & Do | Eat & Drink | Sleep | Stay safe | Get out
Stirling: Get in & around | History | Geography | See | Do | Eat | Drink | Sleep | Contact | Get out
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- Designation of few thousand peaks
- Handy radar to quickly locate points
- Slider to hide distant points
- GPS for positioning
Find your way back to your Hotel, find Bus Stations, Pub finder, Hotels and local attractions in the area via GPS.
When you get to your Hotel just open up your app and wait for the GPS to find your postion, then simply click on the button to save your location. When you need to find your way back to your Hotel open your app and it will walk you back to your Hotel by satellite and Google maps
You can also use this app to find Scottish Local Pubs, Hotels and other attractions
The map rotates based on the compass orientation, and helps you to navigate to your destination. Use it as a Phone satnav / GPS location finder
Key words: Scottish Travellers
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List of Scottish towns and cities:
Blackburn (W. Lothian)
Bridge of Allan
Bridge of Cally
Bridge of Weir
Charlestown of Aberlour
Ferryden by Montrose
John o' Groats
Kyle of Lochalsh
Milton of Campsie
Muir of Ord
Thornhill (Dumfries and Galloway)
Take a journey to find your ideal course at Abertay University.
- Dynamic course finder
- Add favourite courses for quick reference
- See course details and entry requirements
- Abertay University web links, email and telephone contact.
- Share: Find the perfect course and share with your friends on Facebook
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- Course titles and information are for the 2013 term.
The course suggestions are entirely based on the way in which you have responded to the questions throughout the application. The Abertay University application is strictly an information resource. The application is not meant to be a substitute for the "face to face" advice of a career advisor who can ask additional questions that may arise.
It is essential that you thoroughly research the nature and details of each course, its entry requirements and the likely demands it would place on you personally and academically, before you apply for a place.
Entry requirements, number of places and availability or non-availability of courses may change without notice. Please visit www.abertay.ac.uk for the most up-to-date information.
Your final selection of course must always be your own responsibility. Abertay University cannot accept responsibility for any of your eventual choices.