Locomotion Scotland is a Glasgow based travel advisory service and travel blog that specialises in organising travel itineraries for Scotland.
Scotland is one of the most naturally beautiful countries in the world. From powerful peaks to untouched beaches, glorious food and drink to spectacular golf courses, I like to think it has something for just about everyone. The only hard part is taking these great assets and putting them all together in a way that ensures you get the very best experience possible.
As a proud Scot myself, I want to make absolutely sure that you have a simply amazing time in my country. It’s been said many times that local know-how and input is invaluable to the world traveller and ours is a country that can present plenty of planning challenges. Whether it’s being pre-warned of hazardous Highland road trips or a top tip of a hidden urban delight, this is where I come in. With my local knowledge and experience of constantly travelling around my homeland I’m all about making your travel here easier, more economical and, of course, even more memorable. And to show I’m serious about value, my itinerary prices start at just £5.
To support my itineraries I’m also a travel blogger as Travels with a Kilt. With my ever-expanding Scotland travel blog I provide Scotland-wide coverage with my writing, photography and videos. Working with some of the country’s best brands, big and small, I also aim to find the very best standards for my readers and itinerary followers. My current follower numbers are 12,000+ across the seven social media networks that I use.
My latest collaboration sees me working alongside five of my fellow bloggers and videographers as one of the Scotlanders. All fiercely proud of our homeland, we look to raise its profile even further by unearthing its lesser-known treasures. You can follow our journey with #scotlanders on social media.
A look at the top things to do in Stirling
Things to do with a weekend in the Trossachs
A curry masterclass with Scotia Spice
A weekend in the Scottish Borders