Edinburgh – Scotland’s capital city, Photo Tour
Scotland’s capital city has everything that a major city should have and more, including a Royal Palace, A Castle, fine arts collections, museums and great shopping.
However, make sure you have comfortable walking shoes because Edinburgh is very hilly.
Edinburgh is at its liveliest in August at The International Arts Festival, founded in 1947 this three week Festival for visual and performing arts is now the world’s premier Cultural event. From opera, ballet, dance and theater, attendees Should book in advance.
The city capital has two distinct parts the Old town, south and east of the castle is full with amazing history.
A must is a picnic in Holyrood Park right behind Holyrood house Edinburgh’s largest park is a little bit of countryside in the city.
The new town is an architectural delight of Georgian stone town Houses clustered among courtyards and crescents.
Edinburgh has Many other things to enjoy, if planning a spring or summer trip Book way in advance.
Edinburgh Castle, 01314 / 73200
Tourist Information: 01314 / 733800
Edinburgh Festival Fringe: 01312 / 265257
Edinburgh Book Festival: 01312 / 285444
Theater Festival: 01316 / 621112
Edinburgh Film Festival: 01312 / 284051
Boness Hamilton Cottage: 01506 / 826626
Scotch Whisky Heritage Center: 01312 / 200441
Old Craighall: 01316 / 536172
Kings Theater: 01315 / 296000
Royal Mile: 01315 / 567371
Musselburgh, Brunton Hall: 01316 / 656597