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Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Find a hotel in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital and one of the most beautiful cities in Britain

Edinburgh is an intriguing mix of historic and modern, of medieval, Georgian, and cutting edge. It also plays host to the world-famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Read more.

Find a hotel in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital and one of the most beautiful cities in Britain

Edinburgh is an intriguing mix of historic and modern, of medieval, Georgian, and cutting edge. It also plays host to the world-famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Edinburgh Castle and the world’s best festivals

In addition to the iconic Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh is home to some of Europe’s most culturally significant festivals. The Edinburgh International Festival runs through August, showcasing opera, dance, theatre and classical music. Arguably more famous is the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which also runs in August. Here just about anything goes, from comedy and theatre, to burlesque, mime, and puppetry. Fans of history and tradition may be tempted by the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, an extravagant series of military parades and concerts which takes place at Edinburgh Castle, also in August. Hogmany, the Scottish new year’s celebrations, kick off in Edinburgh, with street parties all over the city. Visitors to Edinburgh should check out the Old and New Towns, both listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and together comprising the centre of Edinburgh. The Old Town is the medieval heart of the city, running from the castle down the Royal Mile, and containing some of the oldest buildings in the city. It is also an area that comes alive at night, with many of the vaults converted into bars and clubs. The New Town is Georgian, from the late 18th century, and is comprised of elegant squares and grand neo-classical architecture. This area also contains some of Edinburgh’s best shopping.

Getting around Edinburgh

Edinburgh International Airport is the busiest airport in Scotland, and the 5th busiest in the United Kingdom. It is located just outside the city, and there are direct bus and tram routes into the centre. In terms of public transport, travelling around Edinburgh by bus is to be encouraged, as it is widely regarded as having one of the best bus networks in Britain, offering extensive service in the city centre, suburbs and surrounding regions. Alternatively, as Edinburgh is quite a small city, with only half a million or so inhabitants, visitors may fancy just exploring the city by foot, weather permitting of course.

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