The Scottish capital's long and rich history is brought to life by its majestic cliff-top castle. Home to the Scottish Parliament, the city explodes with festivity during Hogmanay in the winter and the legendary Edinburgh Festival in the summer.
1 George IV Bridge
One of the world's most fashionable hotel.
Gift Experience Scotland 121 Giles Street The Shore
Experience Glasgow by Air
110 West Bow
Prepare to eat traditional Scottish seafood until bursting point.
A haunted pub in Edinburgh's Grassmarket.
Edinburgh is renowned for its summer festival season. Each year thousands of tourists flock to the capital of Scotland for the city’s various performing arts festivals, including the hilarious Fringe Festival and the exquisite Edinburgh International Festival. But while these events are worth the trip... Read more
Summer is here, and you'll probably be looking for interesting excursions to fill your weekends. Why not take a day trip to Stirling Castle? Located 40 miles northwest of Edinburgh, Stirling Castle rivals Edinburgh Castle in magnificence and even importance (Mary Queen of Scots was crowned here in 1543)... Read more
Two rare baby zebras that were born three months ago have now made their public debut at Edinburgh Zoo. The adorable creatures are Grevy zebras, a particularly endangered species of zebra noted for its large ears and narrow stripes. There are only 2,000-2,5000 Grevy zebras left on the planet due to habitat... Read more