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Today the largest city in Scotland - and, throughout the Victorian and Edwardian eras, the 'second city of the British Empire' - is abuzz with cultural initiatives, refurbs and hip hotels.
There's the Blythswood Square Hotel, which made it onto our Hot List, age-old classic and Gold Standard eatery Ubiquitous Chip, and fantastic events, such as the huge 'free house party', music-food-arts festival, Glasgow Green Live Zone.
This month sees the country's first ever Terra Madre Scotland event, the focus of which is to celebrate Scotland's 'good, clean and fair' homegrown foods, as well as to promote the rise of 'slow foods' in the country. There are no less than 15 restaurants with Michelin stars north of the border to add to your to-eat-at lists.
Check out our Where to Eat guides for Edinburgh, Glasgow and the Highlands for dozens more restaurants worth the trip alone.
Many Brits believe skiing is a sport reserved only for the well-heeled (well-skied?The low, rounded peaks are ideal for beginners finding their snow legs, yet the views are still impressive - these are the highest, coldest and snowiest peaks in the UK (as we currently know it).For more info, see our guide to the Cairngorm Ski Area, along with plenty of other ideas for things to do in the Highlands.Witness the most northerly dolphin colony in the world on a Dolphin Cruise from Inverness, or Scottish wildcats at Highland Wildlife Park, for starters.Scotland is famed throughout the world for its haggis, neeps and tatties, fried Mars Bars, shortbread and Irn Bru, but there is so much more on its menu than that.
Not only does the Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition Experience offer a truly immersive museum tour, complete with seven different rooms, eerie music and light shows and vintage newsreels and diving vessels, but it is located in a fearsome Gothic building that's likely to send shivers down even cynics' spines before they set foot inside.