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Exploring Edinburgh

There’s a reason why Edinburgh is one of the most visited cities in the UK. In fact, there are several. Whether you want history, intrigue, festivals or good food, this Scottish city delivers it all in abundance. It’s also one of the most striking settings in Europe, with the dramatic castle, twisting cobbled streets and looming 300 year old tenements. Into this vibrant mix Edinburgh adds the world-famous Fringe festival every summer, and the notorious Hogmanay to chase in the New Year. Come and be amazed.


Accommodations in Edinburgh

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Edinburgh is the A Room in the Country, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Winter Cherry Bed and Breakfast in Edinburgh as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Edinburgh

- Old Town


Encompassing iconic areas such as the Royal Mile and Grassmarket, Edinburgh’s Old Town is the medieval heart of the city, with grand old tenements and twisting cobbled alleyways to explore. Here you’ll find the magnificent Edinburgh Castle, St. Giles’ Cathedral, the Royal Museum of Scotland and the atmospheric ruins of Holyrood Abbey.


- Haymarket


This area of Edinburgh is another charming district of Georgian streets and crescents. Perfect for shoppers looking for quirky boutiques nestled along the cobbled streets, and the nearby historic jewel of Edinburgh Caste, built on an extinct volcano, crests the skyline. The National Gallery of Scotland and the Royal Lyceum Theatre are close too.


Transportation in Edinburgh

Edinburgh International Airport is the main gateway into Edinburgh, and situated just 10 miles west of the city. Visitors can take a dedicated bus service from airport to town, spending an average of 25 minutes per trip. Those coming in by train will be alighting at Waverly Railway Station, which is in fact an attraction by itself. If you’re driving, then the M8 motorway, M9, A90/M90, A1 and A702/ M74 are major entryways you can use to reach Edinburgh.


Edinburgh travel guides

Edinburgh travel guides