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Edinburgh

This is your guide to some of the best places to visit in and around one of the most beautiful and vibrant cities in Europe. Using this Guide... We’ll give you the lowdown on some of the things to see and do; shops, attractions, restaurants, bars and cafes, and plenty more - all you have to do is explore and enjoy them! For simplicity, we’ve split the Guide into seven sections; getting around, attractions, tours, speciality shops, eating & drinking, museums & galleries, and nightlife.

Contents 6-9 Maps 10 Getting Around 14 Attractions 20 Tours 22 Speciality Shops 26 Eating & Drinking 28 Museums & Galleries 30 Nightlife

To make sure you don’t get lost in Edinburgh’s warren of loans, wynds and closes, everything listed in the Guide is included on the maps on pages 6-9.

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Your Essential Edinburgh Edinburgh Castle

Key Fortress One of the strongest fortresses in the kingdom, Edinburgh Castle has been at the centre of Scottish life for more than 900 years. It has served as a royal palace, arsenal, gun foundry,

Small in size, the Old Town was contained on three sides by a wall and to the north by the waters of the Nor Loch, now Princes Street Gardens. With a rapidly increasing state prison, place of population and nowhere new safe-keeping for the Crown to build, houses grew higher Jewels, and more recently and higher. By the late 1600s some were reaching nine as an infantry barracks. storeys or more. Before you reach the Castle, pause on the esplanade, Gladstone’s Land, at the upper laid out in 1753 as a parade end of the Royal Mile, is one of ground for troops. This was the few old houses remaining the spot where in the 16th from this period. Built in and 17th centuries more than 1550 and recently restored, 300 women, accused of being it will give you a good idea as witches, were burned to death to how people lived and worked in overcrowded 17th at the stake. century Edinburgh.

The Medieval Town

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World’s First High Rise Housing

Well established by 1100, Edinburgh was recognised as the capital of Scotland by 1350. The Old Town stretches, like a herringbone, down the ridge below the Castle with just one major street and a host of narrow closes (alleys) leading directly off it. Try walking down any of the closes and you’ll soon realise how steep this ridge is!

Gladstone’s Land

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St Giles Cathedral

A New Town West Bow Well

Public Wells Living in the Old Town had its problems. Water had to be collected from public wells, two of which you can still see, and carried up many flights of stairs. With no flush toilets, residents used to open their windows in the evening and, after shouting ‘Gardyloo’, tip their ‘foul nuisances’ into the closes below. Venture into a close and you’ll get an idea of how hazardous it could be to get back to your lodging in the evening! Georgian House

House in Charlotte Square with its large drawing room The big improvement came and dining room to get an in the late 1700s. The town excellent idea of how people council bought farmland to once lived and entertained. the north and announced a competition to build a The Heart of Edinburgh new town there. This was Stop outside St Giles’ won in 1766 by a 26 year Cathedral, Edinburgh’s old architect, James Craig. principal church for over The Georgian New Town a thousand years. This is that you see today, with its the heart of Edinburgh. wide straight streets, large Beside St Giles in Parliament open spaces and individual houses, is much as he Square are the original Scottish Parliament Building, designed it. completed in 1639 and in use By the end of the 18th century until the Union with England most well off residents had in 1707, the Law Courts moved north from the Old and the burgh’s Mercat or Town to the spacious New Market Cross. Town. Visit the Georgian If you are a birder, look up at St Giles. This is the only place in Britain where white storks have bred. A pair built their nest on the tower in 1416. If you are a dog lover, gaze in awe at the statue of the 5th Duke of Buccleuch in front of the main entrance. He was the first person to import Labrador dogs into Britain from Canada.

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Visit Visit the the world-renowned world-renowned

Royal Botanic Garden Garden Edinburgh Edinburgh Glorious 70 acre Garden | Guided Walks | magnificent Ten magnifi cent Glasshouses | Family events | Award-winning John Hope Gateway Visitor Centre | Exhibitions Plant sales, shopping and restaurant || Exhibitions

10 am | Free admission (charges apply to Glasshouses) Open daily from 10am Glasshouses) Local buses 8, 23, 27 & Majestic Tour Bus West Gate, Arboretum Place, EH3 5NZ East Gate, Inverleith Row EH3 5LP Tel 0131 248 2909 www.rbge.org.uk Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is a charity registered in Scotland (no SC007983)

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Edinburgh Bus Tours

Attractions Getting Around Edinburgh has a great value, modern, reliable public transport network which makes getting around the City very easy. As the main bus operator, Lothian is dedicated to delivering an outstanding customer experience offering a City-wide network with regular travel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Another great way of getting from one end of the city to the other is by tram. Edinburgh’s tram runs from Edinburgh Airport to York Place in the east end of the city centre, with regular stops on popular places such as Princes Street and Haymarket Train Station.

Edinburgh Waverley with trains departing every 15 mins. Or take a ride on Scotland’s newest railway line, the Borders Railway. Stop off at Newtongrange for the nearby National Mining Museum, alight at Galashiels for bus and taxi connections to the surrounding Borders Towns, or stay on to the end of the line at Tweedbank and visit Abbotsford House. The beautiful, historic city of Stirling (with its own castle to rival Edinburgh’s) is 50 mins away by rail, or Falkirk (for the Falkirk Wheel and The Kelpies), Linlithgow, North Berwick and Dunfermline are all within 30/ 35 mins.

If you fancy travelling further afield, Glasgow, a lively, bustling place, distinctive and full of character, is less than an hour away from

Edinburgh Train Station

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Edinburgh Trams

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GETTING YOU AROUND

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EDINBURGH AIRPORT BUS CONNECTIONS 24/7 Express linking you to the

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Quality Assurance Tourism businesses are inspected by the national tourist board, VisitScotland, and are graded on the quality of service and standard of facilities provided.

Useful Telephone Numbers Tourist Information 0845 225 5121 ‘Airlink’ Airport Bus 0131 555 6363 Police Non-Emergency 101 Emergency 999 Mobile Phone Emergency 112

Taxi City Cabs Central Taxis

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Theatres The Usher Hall Festival & King’s Theatres The Queens Hall Traverse Theatre Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh Playhouse

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St Giles Cathedral during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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Dynamic Earth

Attractions The Edinburgh area boasts a myriad of amazing attractions, so whether you’re aged 4 or 104, you’re in for a treat! After a visit to iconic Edinburgh Castle, there is endless fun at the nearby Camera Obscura and World of Illusions. At The Real Mary King’s Close, join an expert guide to explore past lives deep beneath the historic streets. Or have a dram at The Scotch Whisky Experience.

with exploding volcanoes and freezing icebergs, and royal residence the Palace of Holyroodhouse. For a fun filled day not far from the city centre visit Edinburgh Zoo. In the Borders explore Abbotsford, home of writer Sir Walter Scott, on the banks of the Tweed.

It doesn’t matter if you’re here with family, friends, or on your own, you’ll soon discover that At the other end of the Royal Mile are Dynamic there’s plenty to entertain everyone. Check out Earth, Scotland’s geological attraction more of what’s on offer over the next few pages. 5

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Home to the world’s largest collection of Scotch whisky with a range of tours and tastings to suit every level of interest. Next to Edinburgh Castle Si l v e r T o u r

( I dea l f o r f a mi l i es and f i rs t t i m e rs ) A L L D A Y , E V E R Y D A Y . Duration 50mins. G o l d T o u r ( Get a rea l ta ste f or whiskies) ALL DAY, EVERY DAY. Duration 90mins. P la t i n u m T o u r ( A w h i sky l o ver ’ s d r eam ) ONCE A DAY. Duration 90mins.

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7 d ay s , 10am - 6.30pm ( l a st si l v er t our 5. 30p m ) E x t e n d e d h o u rs du ri n g su mmer. P l e as e c h e ck o u r w ebsi te f o r sea sonal t imes, or call us on 0131 220 0441. T o b o o k o n l i n e v i si t www.scotchwhiskyexperience.co.uk Find us on: Follow us on:

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CITY OF THE DEAD TOURS Underground City & Haunted Graveyard walks featuring sole access to the Covenanter’s Prison & the world-famous ‘Mackenzie Poltergiest’ Winner: ScareTour’s ‘Britain’s Best Ghost Tour’ Recommended by TripAdvisor, Lonely Planet, Virgin Media, Yahoo! Travel, Scare.com, Luxury Tour Awards & Screamie Awards

Opening 2019, Holyrood Distillery is bringing single malt distilling back to Edinburgh after almost 100 years. We will do so with FLAVOUR at the forefront. Unconstrained by heritage, category and tradition, we will be a distinctively different spirits company. Expected to open in July 2019, but please check the website for further information and booking details. #FLAVOURMATTERS

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John Knox House Step 500 years into Scotland’s turbulent past and explore the stories of John Knox and Mary, Queen of Scots 0131 556 9579 43-45 High St, Edinburgh EH1 1SR

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A visit to Dynamic Earth is like nothing else on Earth. It’s a chance to experience the primeval forces of nature as they shaped our planet, to journey through space and time and even go on a 4DVENTURE around the world. You’ll embark on the adventure of a lifetime. - the lifetime of our planet!

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Wildlife wonders Zoom in on the amazing wildlife in the Firth of Forth with our interactive live cameras. www.seabird.org 01620 890202 Images © Rob McDougall / Scottish Charity number: SC025837

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LOCAL HERO, SCOTTISH LEGEND Only one hour from Edinburgh, Abbotsford is the extraordinary home of Scottish legend Sir Walter Scott, the man who gave us the historical novel, popularised tartan and rediscovered Scotland’s Crown Jewels.

Trains every 30 minutes Edinburgh Waverley to Tweedbank. Free minibus connection with Tweedbank – check Abbotsford website for daily timetable.

Abbotsford Melrose TD6 9BQ t. 01896 752043 www.scottsabbotsford.com

EXPERIENCE THE ‘SOFTER SIDE OF THE HIGHLANDS’ AT TOMATIN DISTILLERY WITH OUR RANGE OF TOURS & AWARD-WINNING MALTS AVAILABLE. APR TO SEP: 9.30 - 17.30, MON - SUN OCT TO MARCH: 10.30 - 16.30, MON - SUN TOMATIN, INVERNESS-SHIRE, IV13 7YT TEL: 01463 248 144 VISITORS@TOMATIN.COM WWW.TOMATIN.COM/ABOUT

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Mercat Tours

Tours With so much to see and do in and around Edinburgh, taking a tour can be a terrific way to cram in as much sight-seeing as possible, especially if your time here is limited. Guided tours are ideal for finding out more about the history of Scotland’s Capital, and the City serves as an ideal base from which to explore the rest of Scotland too. Let Edinburgh Bus Tours help you discover Edinburgh, on board its five star tours. Discover Edinburgh’s Old Town with your Mercat Tours guide, then explore the infamous Blair Street1 181221_Landmark Press RET Half Page.pdf Underground Vaults.

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1-9 DAY GUIDED MINI-BUS TOURS OF SCOTLAND DON’T JUST SEE. EXPERIENCE. LOCH NESS HIGHLANDS ISLE OF SKYE WHISKY ROSSLYN CHAPEL STIRLING AND MUCH MORE!

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History Walks & Ghost Tours

Outlander Tour • Harry Potter Tour • Braveheart Tour

CITY TOURS Edinburgh City Tour • Edinburgh Walking Tour

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SAIL UNDER ALL THREE FORTH BRIDGES. ACCLAIMED WILDLIFE SIGHTSEEING CRUISES. EXPLORE INCHCOLM ISLAND. EVENING CRUISES WITH LIVE MUSIC AND BBQ.

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Speciality Shops Shopping in Edinburgh isn’t like most other cities, thanks to a mix of big brands, top designers and one-off boutiques. For your favourite high street names, make tracks for Princes Street. Further along, George Street is home to a host of upmarket stores, and for designer labels the nearby Thistle Street and Multrees Walk are hard to beat. If you’re after something unique or quirky, then your best bet is to try the Royal Mile, Grassmarket, the West End, Morningside or Stockbridge, where you’ll find a range of independent retailers. On the outskirts of Edinburgh shopping malls, such as The Gyle, and retail parks can be found.

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Everything for the Golfer - all major brands LARGE RANGE OF ST. ANDREWS GOLF GIFTS

58 Dalry Road, Haymarket, Edinburgh EH11 2AY Telephone: 0131 337 5888 www.edinburghgolfcentre.co.uk Email: sales@edinburghgolfcentre.co.uk Open: Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 11am-4pm

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for handmade gifts in the heart of edinburgh.

Find your family or clan tartan and recieve a free clan information card. Discover over 500 Scottish tartans and create your dream tartan outfit.

Visit The Treasure Trove for a very special souvenir of Scotland.

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TEL: 0131 553 5161 E: JPWLeithMills@ewm.co.uk

Quality Scottish knitwear and gifts Whisky shop with free daily tastings Homewares, lighting, golf shop and more Discover your Clan and take home your tartan. Open every day.

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Beautiful textile accessories Made in Scotland

Shop online www.calzeat.com

Open 7 days a week

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The finest leathergoods that last a lifetime, reflecting yours Mackenzie Leather, 17 St. Mary’s Street Edinburgh, EH1 1TA, Scotland, United Kingdom

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While you are in Edinburgh why not visit The Knight’s Vault home of Outlander swords as well as a huge range of other weapons. It’s the biggest display of its kind in the UK!

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Scottish Designer Knitwear Edinburgh’s famous fossil shop. 5 Cowgatehead, Grassmarket, Edinburgh EH1 1JY

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10% OFF Only a few minutes walk from Princes Street

Tel: 0131 226 2862

www.indianloungeedinburgh.co.uk First class food and service at Indian Lounge Restaurant on Edinburgh’s Rose Street. Established in 1983, this family run restaurant has been serving the locals and tourists good authentic home made Indian food for over 30 years. We cook with healthy olive oil, grass fed Scottish lamb, free-range poultry, ship to plate seafood in 24 hours & fresh daily vegetables. Highly recommended by food critics. Award Winning Restaurant GLUTEN FREE and VEGAN options 43

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INDIAN GOURMET RESTAURANT In the heart of Edinburgh’s vibrant West End Highly recommended in Trip Advisor.

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A haven for connoisseurs of gourmet Indian Food - Halal, Indian, Bangladeshi and Vegetarian. Fully licensed.

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Elegant decor - friendly service - a culinary experience to remember... Four course business lunches £7.95. 35-37 Shandwick Place (end of Princes Street) Edinburgh EH2 4RG

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City Art Centre

Museums & Galleries It’s easy for the hours to fly past as you explore Vivienne Westwood’s iconic tartan suit and the the wide variety of museums and galleries towering skeleton cast of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. that Edinburgh has to offer. Enjoy a world of discovery at the National Museum of Scotland, the UK’s most popular museum outside of London. The diverse collections take visitors on an inspirational journey through the history of Scotland, the wonders of nature and world cultures, science and decorative art and fashion – all under one roof.

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Open 7 days a week, 10am-5pm Nicolson Street, Edinburgh. EH8 9DW

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World-Class Art in the Heart of Edinburgh

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Our unique collections, hands-on displays and free tours are just some of the reasons why we are Scotland’s most popular attraction and a must-see part of every visit to Edinburgh.

Find us in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town National Museum of Scotland Chambers Street Edinburgh EH1 1JF www.nms.ac.uk Open daily 10:00–17:00 Free tours daily at 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00 Part of the Edinburgh hop-on hop-off bus tour.


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FREE AUDIO GUIDE

SCOTLAND’S BEST VISITOR ATTRACTION FOR 12 YEARS

FREE CAR PARKING

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Step aboard The Queen’s former floating palace and explore Britannia’s five decks, from the State Apartments to the Crew’s Quarters. Tea Room and Gift Shop. Buses from city centre every 10 minutes.

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FREE CAR PARKING HIGHLY ACCESSIBLE

Ocean Terminal (2nd Floor), Leith, Edinburgh EH6 6JJ 0131 555 5566

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at our Reception to qualify for the discount. Not valid with any other offer or for advanced purchases. Discount valid until 31 March 2020. Ref: 1150. Registered charity: SC028070.

FREE AUDIO GUIDE IN 30 LANGUAGES Audio guide available in 30 languages, British Sign Language tablets, Braille and a children’s audio tour (included in ticket price).

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