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Europe's Best Affordable Hotels

From Athens to Tuscany, stay in one of Europe’s best affordable hotels—all less than $250 a night.

How to Find Authentic Travel Experiences

Dinner with a Tuscan nonna? A pin with an English artist? A cottage industry has sprung up to offer authentic experiences with local residences.

Glengoyne Whisky

The rebirth of a distillery is always worth celebrating. But in the case of Glengoyne this is particularly so because the new ownership is taking...

Scotland’s Two New Beauties

The Castle Course at St. Andrews and Machrihanish Dunes in Kintyre are the best new Scottish courses since Kingsbarns

Golf on the Isle of Arran

Golf on the Isle of Arran is quirky, quaint and charming—the way Scotland itself used to be

Discovering Scotland's Handmade Clothes

T+L carved a route through the Borders region to the Highlands and discovers why—when it comes to tartans, cashmere, and tweed—some things will always be...

World's Strangest Monuments

From a baby-eating sculpture in Switzerland to Mongolia’s giant statue of Genghis Khan, the world’s weirdest monuments display local quirks.

How to Golf Scotland like a Local

How to play historic, world-class golf (including a round on the Old Course at St. Andrews) like a thrifty local

Scotch Rebel | T+L Golf

These are interesting times for Scotch whisky. Two poor barley crops and an unprecedented demand for grain have sent production costs soaring. At the same...

Q+A: Northern Scotland

I’ve heard there are courses in Northern Scotland you can play at midnight in the summertime. True? Actually, yes. During the summer solstice it never...
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