Winter in Scotland. Stunning sunsets and sunrises. Crisp days allowing frosty walks with both cities and rural areas sparkling in the winter sunshine in a light that is truly atmospheric. Long nights with a dram beside the fireside. Winter is increasingly becoming the time of year to visit Scotland so for this month’s Scotland Hour we thought we would celebrate winter wonderland.
We are also delighted that Amber Park are joining the Scotland Hour team and will be hosting this month’s Scotland Hour. By day Linda is an administration manager and Colin is an chartered civil engineer. However, they are also keen travellers and bloggers travelling world wide and particularly Scotland. So, they are a fantastic addition to the Scotland Hour team.
Scotland Hour’s Winter Wonderland takes place on the 27th February on Twitter from 9pm to 10pm.
Q1. With the numbers of off-season visitors increasing every year, how can we encourage more tourism operators to open for business in the #winter months? Question from @1Eileandonan #scotlandhour
Q2. What’s the best place to get in out of the cold in Scotland? Question from @gbc123 #scotlandhour
Q3. “What Winter travel tips would you give to holidaymakers? #scotlandhour
Q4. What places or experiences in Scotland help you enjoy the magic of winter? Question from @gbc123 #scotlandhour
Q5. If you could visit only one place in #Scotland during #winter where would it be? Question from @amberparkcouple #scotlandhour
Q6. Share with us your pictures of Scotland in the winter. #scotlandhour
Please include #scotlandhour and #scotfood and add A1 to answer Q1, etc. in each tweet.
We look forward to tweeting with you on Wednesday 27th 9-10pm and there is no sign of the “Beast from the East” or even a “Pest from the West”, so no excuses!