Edinburgh

Attractions

John Knox House

  John Knox was a writer and Scottish clergyman who was a leader of the Protestant Reformation of Scotland. After joining the movement he was…

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National Museum of Scotland

If you want to discover the full and rich history of Scotland, but don’t quite know where to start – this is a good place.…

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Princes Street Gardens – Edinburgh

  Princes Street Gardens is flanked by the magnificent Scott Monument at one end and Edinburgh Castle at the other. Set in the valley between…

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St Giles Cathedral Edinburgh

St Giles Cathedral dates back to records from 854. St Giles was a 7th century hermit who became an abbot and resided in France. Legend…

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Holyrood Palace

  Situated at the foot of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh is Holyrood Palace – a majestic, striking palace with turrets, gardens and ancient abbeys…

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Forth Rail Bridge – Edinburgh

Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2015, the Forth Rail Bridge was designed by engineers from England – Sir Benjamin Baker and…

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Edinburgh Camera Obscura

The Camera Obscura situated on the Royal Mile of Edinburgh is a fun and fascinating away to learn about the unique history of the city…

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Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Since 1947, for three weeks in August every year, Edinburgh opens its doors to some of the best creative talent in the world. Musicians, comedians,…

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Edinburgh Military Tattoo

  Annually, during the month of August, as Edinburgh comes to life with the famous Fringe Festival – the Edinburgh Military Tattoo begins. Using the…

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Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh Zoo is home to the UK’s only giant pandas, a male called Yang Guang (which means Sunshine) and a female named Tian Tian (meaning…

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Dean Village Edinburgh

  A mere 10 minute walk from the main shopping areas of Princes Street and George Street is Dean Village – a quaint tranquil oasis…

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