Category: Edinburgh


Princes Street Gardens

If you tire of sightseeing and shopping, there’s no better place to rest up than the beautiful green space of Princes Street Gardens. Located adjacent to the famous shopping district […]

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Princes Street

If the beating heart of Edinburgh is its historical buildings and monuments then, the central vein feeding that beating heart would be Princes Street. Like so many famous European boulevards, […]

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Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle is consistently ranked as a must-visit location for those seeking an authentic experience of Edinburgh. The Castle is steeped in history and has a settlement heritage dating back […]

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The Palace of Holyroodhouse

The Palace of Holyroodhouse was built in the late 1600s although there is architecture present dating as far back as 1128. Situated opposite Edinburgh Castle at the bottom end of […]

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Arthur’s Seat

Hidden below Scotland’s capital is a long-extinct volcano. The peak of this Volcano forms what is called today, Arthur’s Seat. Thought to be named after the Legendary British King, Arthur’s […]

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Calton Hill

No Scottish adventure is complete without a 10-minute walk up the famous, Calton Hill. A brisk climb to the top will reward visitors with the most incredible 360 degree, panoramic […]

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National Museum of Scotland

In the far southern corner of Edinburgh’s Old Town are the two different but connected buildings that make up Scotland’s National Museum. With exhibits covering a range of themes, there’s […]

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Edinburgh Old Town

No trip to Edinburgh would be complete without a visit to the Old Town. This fascinating area dates all the way back to Edinburgh’s medieval past. Edinburgh’s Old Town is […]

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St Giles’ Cathedral

Standing tall and proud amidst the incredible architecture of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile is the magnificent St Giles’ Cathedral. Home to the presbyterian movement and with a rich and colourful history, […]

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Scott Monument

Author Walter Scott, who wrote many classic works including Ivanhoe is a Scottish national treasure. Lots of visitors to Edinburgh will see The Scott monument, few will take the time […]

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