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A holiday to Scotland is always amazing thanks to our #ScotSpirit - quite simply it is everywhere you go. But this year, we're combining our unique landscapes, enriching culture and famed warm welcome with a celebration of our built heritage, ingenuity and bold designs in the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design.

So, if you're looking for the fun of a ceilidh, the mystery of Nessie and the wonder of the Northern Lights, then Scotland's for you.

For more information visit: www.visitscotland.com



HEADQUARTERS:

HEAD OFFICE
Ocean Point One 94 Ocean Drive
Edinburgh, EH6 6JH

United Kingdom
telephone +44 131 472 2222
fax +44 131 554 4583


CONTACT PERSON 1:

Lee McRonald
International Partnerships & EU Engagement Manager

telephone 0131 472 2036 / 07833 441 297
lee.mcronald@visitscotland.com


CONTACT PERSON 2:

Lynne Ross
EU Policy Executive Scotland Europa
Scotland House. Rond Point Schuman 6
1040 Brussels
 

News

NECSTouR shares good practices from its members and the CHARM project on Rural Tourism in Galicia

Nov 06, 2019

NECSTouR was invited by the Galicia Region, a NECSTouR member, to take part of their conference about the future of the rural world, including agritourism, taking place in Santiago de Compostela, from the 5th to the 8th of November. Sandra de Puig, head of policy and knowledge at NECSTouR permanent secretariat, presented the CHARM project and the initiatives on rural tourism from different NECSTouR members.

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NECSTouR Recommendations to the EU Committee of the Regions on how to Address the Impact of Brexit on Tourism

Jun 26, 2019

 

Mr José Luis Wagner, Head of Tourism Competitiveness at the Government of the Valencia Region presented on behalf of NECSTouR the network's cases and recommendations on the Impact of Brexit on EU Regional Tourism and the perspective from Scotland, on the occasion of a specific hearing organised by the Brexit Intergroup of the European Committee of the Regions on the 27th of June 2019.

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St Andrew's Lecture "Sustainable Tourism Growth in a Changing Climate"

 

As part of the celebrations marking its the 20th anniversary, Scotland House Brussels is delighted to invite you to our annual St Andrew’s Lecture, in honour of Scotland's patron saint. St Andrew's Day is a celebration of Scotland as a diverse, innovative and welcoming nation with a rich heritage, warm heart and inclusive spirit. Our lecture is an annual opportunity for us to reflect on Scotland’s place in Europe and the world.