21 Best Things To Do in Edinburgh Updated March 29, 2022 When you think Edinburgh, you might conjure up images of grassy hills, rowdy pubs, a sea of tartan – but this ancient city has so much...
Edinburgh is a wonderful city to explore. Climb a volcano, see where JK Rowling got her inspiration for the Harry Potter series, tour a castle, and learn all about whisky. If you have 2 days in Edinburgh, you have enough time to visit the best spots in the city.
Day 1: Evening. Courtesy of The Kitchin. 7 p.m.: Reserve a table at Michelin-starred eatery The Kitchin, run by chef Tom Kitchin. The restaurant, opened in 2006, is located on the Edinburgh waterfront and serves seasonal, local dishes that highlight the best of Scotland.
Edinburgh Gin Distillery Located on Rutland Place at the west end of Princes Street, the Edinburgh Gin Distillery produces a delectable range of gins and gin liqueurs. Book a tour of the distillery to learn all about the history of gin and how it's made.
Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and it is located in central eastern Scotland, near the Firth of Forth, close to the North Sea. Thanks to its spectacular rocks, rustic buildings and a huge collection of medieval and classic architecture, including numerous stone decorations, it is often considered one of the most lively cities in Europe.
Icons on the Edinburgh interactive map. The map is very easy to use: Check out information about the destination: click on the color indicators. Move across the map: shift your mouse across the map. Zoom in: double click on the left-hand side of the mouse on the map or move the scroll wheel upwards. Zoom out: double click on the right-hand side ...