Outlander, the blockbuster TV series based on the novels by Diana Gabaldon, is set to return for Season Seven on June 16, 2023 – and we can hardly wait! If you’re planning a trip to Scotland and need a dose of Outlander to get you through the last few weeks before the show returns, we’ve got you covered. Here are five locations in Scotland that you can actually visit to make your time-travelling dreams come true!
Formally opened in 1996, the Thames Path is the most riparian of Britain’s National Tails. It’s a walk of 185 miles (297.7 kilometres), from the river’s source in a quiet Cotswolds meadow to the Woolwich Foot Tunnel, closely following England’s longest river for most of the way.
Are you planning a trip along the Thames Path? Here are five beautiful locations that you can visit along the way!
The city of Glasgow began life as a makeshift hamlet of huts centred around a sixth-century church, and was first known as ‘Glenschow’ – meaning ‘beloved green place’ in Celtic. After the cathedral was founded in 1136, and the university established in the fifteenth century, the city was flourishing by the Middle Ages and it became a royal burgh in 1454. Today, what started as a small hamlet has a population of 633,120.