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Staged every year as part of the famous Edinburgh Festival, this is a unique celebration of music, dance and military pageantry. Performed amongst the backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, the Tattoo features colour and variety from the four corners of the globe. Experience the finest displays of massed pipes and drums.
You haven’t truly seen Edinburgh until you’ve paid a visit to the most famous of all the Scottish castles. Perched atop a rocky outcrop and totally dominating the cityscape, it has tons of history dating back to the 12th century and is still used for events including the Military Tattoo.
Neat or with ice. The Scotch Whisky Experience is a swirling, bubbling interactive attraction which brings 300 years of Scotch Whisky history to life, and on the Whisky Heritage Tour you will learn the origins of Malt Whisky distilling in Scotland. Or head to the Scottish Lowlands to a distillery for a whisky-tasting tour.
Wander down centuries-old cobblestone streets, passageways and Edinburgh tenements and hear stories and secrets from Edinburgh’s past. There a range of walks to choose from – Old Town historical; Ghosts, Murder & Mystery; Underground Vaults; Photography; New Town
Follow any one of the walking tracks that crisscross the hills of Edinburgh to get to the top of Arthur’s Seat, the main peak. The effort is worth it with superb views of the city.
Search for Nessie, learn about the area’s history and travel through spectacular scenery on the Loch Ness, Glen Coe, the Highlands Tour; the West Highland Lochs and Castles day trip takes you through dramatic landscape to discover the magnificent Stirling, Doune & Inveraray Castles and stunning views over Loch Lomond; pass the coastal villages of East Neuk on the way to St Andrews home of golf and return via the Falkland Palace.
Scotland’s largest city, is famed for its splendid Victorian architecture, world-class museums and vibrant cultural life. Make sure you spend the day seeing some of these sights: the Museum of Transport, the Cathedral and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum and of course the high street shops.
Gain an insight into the Highlands of the early 1740’s as you follow the footsteps of Jamie and Claire to Midhope Castle/Lallybroch, Lomond Hills/Inverness, Doune Castle/Castle Leoch, Culross/Cranesmuir and the Rings of Standing Stones/Craigh na Dun which have stood outside of Inverness for 3000 years.
Are you planning your next trip to Edinburgh? Want to learn more about this destination? Or looking for ideas and inspiration for your next holiday? Here is where you can find our featured articles on Edinburgh.
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