Around the world tributes to the life and works of Robert Burns are held through the ritual of the Burns Supper. What started as a way to honour Scotland's national bard by a group of his friends a few years after his death, is now a tradition celebrated annually on January 25.
Celebrate Scotland's patron saint every 30 November on St Andrew's Day. Find out more information about this wonderful tradition, what's involved and where best to source produce to make the most out of this celebration.
Scotland has a fantastic selection of events throughout the summer, from foodie festivals and your chance to taste the very best culinary delights, to special whisky trails which uncover how Scotland's national drink is made.