Touch down in Edinburgh International Airport and lose yourself in the second largest city in the UK, known for its narrow cobbled streets and beautiful sunsets Edinburgh is a glorious place to visit all year round.
The Scottish capital is built on to of a range of extinct volcanoes and surrounded by glorious lochs, forests and hills providing fabulous walks and cycle paths.
But stunning views are only some of the attractions that could lead you to Edinburgh. The Edinburgh castle atop the volcanic castle rock dominates the skyline with its turrets and walls. The national museum of Scotland exhibits more than 20,000 objects to be viewed including a complete tyrannosaurus rex skeleton.
Edinburgh could be called the Scottish capital for food as well, boasting an array of Michelin starred restaurants, and you’ll be hard pressed to find a street without a traditional Scottish café or tearoom for a spot of lunch. Here you can also find the country’s largest farmers market, and the taste of Edinburgh, which showcases Scottish food bringing over 100 producers together, and creating a vibrant atmosphere.
The Edinburgh festival is held every year over four weeks in early august which holds an enormous amount of smaller festivals throughout Edinburgh, including the hugely popular: Edinburgh fringe, military tattoo and the recently added Edinburgh comedy festival.
Edinburgh also hosts the Edinburgh international film festival, in June, which was established in 1947, and is renowned for discovering excellent films such as: ratatouille and the hurt locker.
Edinburgh is also home to glorious hotels, modern and traditional, so why not book one today and enjoy the wonders of Edinburgh.
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