Situated in eastern Scotland near the North Sea, Edinburgh offers spectacular panoramic views, a hub of entertainment and rich history, so keep an eye out for the medieval relics you might find along the way.
Home to the world’s largest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe, it’s easy to see why the capital of Scotland attracts over 3 million visitors each year. But the reasons why people go to Edinburgh don’t just stop there. With Edinburgh Castle built at the top of an extinct volcano and Authur’s Seat just a 2-mile ramble away, it’s safe to say that there’s something for everyone.
This full-day tour will take you through rolling hills, mountainous regions, freshwater bogs, untouched moors, expansive waters and more. You’ll stop off at picturesque villages, come across Highland cows, visit historical site Glencoe, take a boat trip through Loch Ness, or visit Urquhart Castle to venture through its ruins.
If you’re planning on visiting Edinburgh in June and August, then you’ll be amongst many other tourists as this is the peak time, where it’s more likely to shine than rain. However, if you want to save a few pennies and the hassle of large crowds, there are deals to be had in the months Nov & march.
Either by foot or using their tram system. You can purchase day tickets, day and night tickets and family day tickets, where you’ll be able to jump on and off as you wish.
It is the same as the rest of the UK, Pound Sterling, but you may be issued slightly different banknotes. This is all legal tender and can be exchanged at the bank after your visit.
Come for the dramatic history, the nightlife, or the beautiful architecture, stay for the healing thermal waters and the world-class food.
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