The new issue of Scotland is out now. We’ve packed it with historic tales, stories of Scottish heritage, age-old traditions and travel inspiration. Find out what’s inside here
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The past couple of months have been a time of much sadness across Scotland, following the death of The Queen at her beloved Balmoral, and so we pay tribute to her in Scotland Says Goodbye by tracing her final journey through the country she so loved.
It’s also been a time of much change, and we now have a new King of Scots as well as a new Duke of Rothesay. You can read all about the shift in roles in Royal Titles.
Before the pivotal news, our editor managed to escape her desk and take a cruise in the Inner Hebrides, where she got up close to lots of Scottish wildlife and visited some of the places most impacted by the Highland Clearances. You can read about her coastal tour in The Isle of Skye: A private cruise here.
And, if you’re looking for some Scottish gifts this Christmas, take a little piece of Scotland home with you our round of up of these trusted Scottish brands. Read more in Scottish gifts: From Scotland with love.
Plus, we’re offering you the chance to win a luxury escape to the Isle of Skye for you and a guest.
We follow Queen Elizabeth II’s final journey through Scotland, from her beloved Balmoral to Edinburgh’s St Giles’ Cathedral.
Following the accession of King Charles III, we look at how this affects royal titles in Scotland.
Sally Coffey takes a private cruise on the Isle of Skye cruise to discover secret anchorages, undisturbed wildlife, and to hear tales of long ago.
Looking for some Scottish gifts this Christmas? Take a little piece of Scotland home with you with one of these trusted Scottish brands.
Your chance to win a luxury escape to the Isle of Skye for you and a guest.
We meet a creel fisherman who fishes sustainably for prawns in some of the UK’s most beautiful waters
Our travel guide visits the ancient Gaelic region of Kilmartin, where mystery and history abound
We tell the story of one of the lesser-known heroes of the Scottish Wars of Independence, Andrew Moray
Connect to Edinburgh’s rich past and feel part of its story with a stay in one of these historic hotels
We discover the tiny island of Benbecula, which played a crucial role in Bonnie Prince Charlie’s famous escape
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Cover information: Picturesque Eilean Donan Castle on the Isle of Skye. © Stuart Mckay. Inset: A portrait of Prince Charles Stuart or ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie’. © National Galleries of Scotland
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Published six times a year, every issue of Scotland showcases its stunning landscapes and natural beauty, and delves deep into Scottish history. From mysterious clans and famous Scots (both past and present), to the hidden histories of the country’s greatest castles and houses, Scotland‘s pages brim with the soul and secrets of the country.
Scotland magazine captures the spirit of this wild and wonderful nation, explores its history and heritage and recommends great places to visit, so you feel at home here, wherever you are in the world.