This has to be Arthur’s Seat which is the main peak found in Holyrood Park. It provides excellent views of the city and is relatively easy to climb
If you walk towards Grassmarket along Victoria Street you have a great shot of the old town. This street is lined with mutli coloured traditional shops and pubs. Perfect!
Check out listings before you visit for comedy stand up events. The Scottish have a great sense of humour and this city is home to the Fringe comedy festival in August
Hire a care and spend the day out of town to visit the beautiful countryside and if you’re feeling super adventurous you can have an exhilirating experience in Killercrankie, home to the UK’s first static bungee jump. They offer quad biking and other activities aswell (Highland Fling)
Something to drink..
Well where do we start. With pubs on every corner Edinburgh is friendly, lively and perfect for a few beers, or whisky tasting. For an inventive evening cocktail in a grand, ornate setting check out the Voodoo Rooms.
Something to eat..
Timberyard is a very special spot on the Edinburgh restaurant scene. It’s a family-run business, who operate a team of local growers, breeders, producers, suppliers and foragers to create a unforgettable meal and experience.
It has to be Edinburgh castle, the most beseiged place in Britain providing sanctuary for many of Scotlan’s kings and queens. The fortress has dominated the skyline for centuries and with crown jewels to marvel at it’s difficult to think of a more interesting experience.