Edinburgh is located close to the center of Scotland, where it could be a good starting point for a wonderful trip to Glasgow, Stirling and even the magical Highlands.
HOW TO GET THERE
Fly in to Edinburgh Airport (16km away) with flights from KLM, LUFTHANSA and AEGEAN OLYMPIC AIR with intermediate stops.
Both tourists and residents prefer to travel by foot as most of the distances within the city are relatively small. Nevertheless you can use both buses and taxis. The morphology of the city is not suitable for cycling as there are several hills, although you will see people riding bikes.
Edinburgh’s’ Visitors have a wide variety of museums that they can visit. This includes the Old Town and Edinburgh Castle, Royal Garden, the Royal Museum of Scotland and the National Gallery of Scotland
The most famous cultural event is the Edinburgh Festival which holds a series of events from July to early September. There you can watch theatrical performances and highly developed musicals and movie productions.
ABOUT THE CITY
Edinburgh is the ideal holiday destination for both winter and the summer.
Since 1437 it has been the capital of Scotland and is the second largest city, and is also the second most popular tourist destination in the UK, since it combines the Gothic beauty of the Old Town and the modern impeccable architecture.