Discover the Scottish Capital
We’re proud to stand in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town. By turns sensational and sublime, the centuries-old wynds traverse a city that’s unabashed in its charisma and style. It’s a stage set for the beautiful – where the warmth, wit and humour of its people abound.
Other Edinburgh attractions include the beautiful Royal Botanic Garden, the Royal Yacht Britannia, St Giles’ Cathedral and Dean Village. There’s also the National Museum of Scotland, which hosts a diverse range of collections. The famous statue of Greyfriars Bobby can be found just opposite the museum. This Skye terrier was known for guarding his owner’s grave for 14 years in the 1800s.
Food, Entertainment and Parks
For those seeking pastoral escape, walk through the spacious Holyrood Park and climb up to Arthur’s Seat, where you can take in spectacular views of Edinburgh’s crooked skyline. Calton Hill also offers exceptional views, with a more accessible ascent. Another popular Edinburgh park is The Meadows, which is just a short walk from the Royal Mile.
More Sightseeing in Edinburgh
Welcome to a city of remarkable character and colour, where we’re delighted to be your guide.