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    Visit Edinburgh

    Edinburgh CastleIf you’re looking for a city break that has culture, history, traditions and a vibrant nightlife then Edinburgh is the city for you. Scotland’s capital city is located on the east coast and is a fantastic place! With so many great sights and things to do you may be tempted to stay a few extra days!

    Edinburgh listed as a World Heritage site has a great mix of tourist attractions that will suit all tastes. Here are our top four tourist spots to give you ideas on what to see:

    1. Edinburgh Castle – Built on volcanic Castle Rock it is one of Scotland’s most famous landmarks.
    2. Scotch Whisky Experience – Learn all about the whisky making process. You get to taste the whisky so be sure to leave the car at the hotel for this one!
    3. Royal Museum – A fantastic collection of artefacts from around the globe, including Ancient Egypt and Elton John’s extravagant suits!
    4. Forth Road Bridges – These three iconic bridges are a striking landmark situated just next to the charming coastal village of South Queensferry. Think San Francisco - times three!
    5. Edinburgh Dungeons – Edinburgh is full of history - visit the Edinburgh Dungeons for a scare, or take a tour through the spooky, very much haunted, closes (alleyways) of the Old Town!
    6. The Water of Leith – Hire a bike or take a stroll down this inner-city river, past the quant old mill area at Dean Village, through stylish Stockbridge village and down the the edgy docks at Leith, home of Trainspotting's author, Irvine Welsh.
    7. 3D Loch Ness Experience – Decide for yourself if Nessie really did exist, or maybe still does!

    Just a stroll around the beautiful, old city itself is a delight. Admire the architecture, or perhaps you fancy a walk along the sand. Edinburgh has that too! Only a short drive and you can be on the shores of Cramond, a small beach where, at low tide, you can cross the causeway to Cramond Island.

    Edinburgh is also well known for its festivals. Visit in August and you can be entertained by arts and cultural events from around the world.

    Some say that New York is the city that never sleeps, we think Edinburgh could soon take that title!

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