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All About Edinburgh


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Edinburgh's History and Attractions
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Edinburgh History - Royal Mile  Old Town - New Town - Suburbs
Buildings – Statues – Monuments
Tours - Transport - Transfers  Activities - Sports - Golf

All About Edinburgh is a Search Engine guide to all the great things to see and do when you visit Edinburgh.

Welcome to everything Edinburgh has to offer, both to the visitor and local resident, all in one convenient place.

Whether you only wish to visit Edinburgh Castle or the Palace of Holyrood House,

Walk the Royal Mile, or climb the ancient volcano Arthur Seat (Ard-Na-Said). 

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Edinburgh Golf Courses

& Golf Tour

Golf in Edinburgh is available to all,

play free with your own clubs

or play one of the 20 + courses available

by booking in advance.

Take a tour,

see the world's oldest golf course and first clubhouse.

The first established Golf club,

the first open championship course.

Where Tommy Armour lived. 

Where the first rules of golf were written. 

The first Golf competition played to rules.

From the west of Edinburgh

to Musselburgh in East Lothian

where Tom Morris Snr and Jnr won Open Championships.

Over 40 golf courses near to Edinburgh

it's a Golfers Dream

Rattray at Leith Links Where the rule of

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Royal Mile Walking Tours Edinburgh

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Local Edinburgh Tours 

When you Visit Edinburgh

Walk the streets of Old Edinburgh 

first laid over 500 years ago 

Edinburgh’s New Town now over 250 years old. 

See the underground streets and houses

of the 16th + 17th centuries.

Visitor Attractions Edinburgh

Edinburgh the capital city of Scotland has many attractions both indoor and outdoor.

Some of the city centre indoor attraction have an entrance fee.

However, there are many that have free entry. Museums,

Art Galleries, and see the architecture of the historic buildings around the old and new town areas. 

Churches and Graveyards are full of history and famous people with ghost and paranormal activities.

The Royal mile with attractions around every corner.

 Just take a walk in and out the closes (Alleyways) to see how and where people lived from the 16th century.

Royal Yacht Britannia Visitor Attraction
Crossford Fife Cranesmuir, the adventures and romance of the two main characters, Jamie and Claire

Tours of Scotland

Highlands and Islands  + TV and Film Locations

Once you have taken in the sights of Edinburgh you can then look at the rest of Scotland, with all the destinations that you have heard about or seen on the TV or in Films. Harry Potter, The Wicker Man, Outlander, The Da Vinci Code, Chariots of Fire, Brave,

Mary Queen of Scots, Robert the Bruce, Braveheart, Skyfall and many more. 

Visit Orkney Skye and the Highlands of Scotland

Wallace Monument Stirling Scotland
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Edinburgh has many Statues in the streets on buildings and in museums and galleries. The statues are of people of achievement from Kings and Queens, Poets and Writers, Lord Provosts and Prime Ministers. This Statue is of James Clark Maxwell one of the greatest scientists that ever lived. Even Einstein’s said that he was inspired by Maxwell. 

James Clark Maxwell Statue George Street
Edinburgh Attractions Scott Monument Memorial to  Sir Walter Sott

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Plaques and Inscriptions

There are over 100 plaques in Edinburgh

and many inscription at door entrances.

Edinburgh in the 18th and 19th century were great believers in leaving memorials in forms of monuments to the people they believed to be the great and good.   

This monument is to honour

Sir Walter Scott who was born and lived in Edinburgh.

There is also a museum on the

first floor of the monument.

Edinburgh Attractions

Visit Edinburgh Festivals

Edinburgh has many festivals each year 

from April till 31st December.

Most importantly, The Edinburgh Military Tattoo

that is staged at Edinburgh Castle

 a must see (Bucket List inclusion) extravaganza

for the whole family of all ages.

Also Children's Festivals and Running Festivals

High Street Edinburgh Festival August An
Wedding Venue Edinburgh and Scotland
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Wedding hats and Fascinators Edinburgh
Wedding Transport Brides Car Edinburgh.J
Wedding Flowers Brides Bouquet Edinburgh

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If you are looking for a special venue for your Wedding look at Edinburgh for your ultimate wedding and photographs. Edinburgh Castles, ancient churches and buildings, on the beach or in private grounds, in a cave or under the city streets of old Edinburgh. Edinburgh Holds 1000's of  Weddings every year

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Accommodation - Places to Stay

All About Edinburgh has every kind of accommodation for the one day stay to a long stay. 

Hotels, Apartments, Backpackers,

AirBnB, Houses, Cottages,

Large Group accommodation,

Guest Houses and Hostels

Caravan and Camp Site, Glamping

Apartments Edinburgh Places to Stay, Hotels, Caravan and camping, Gust Houses, Camper Van Hire, accommodation
Shops Edinburgh Princes Street retail Ex
Cadenhead's Whisky Royal Mile Edinburgh
Try before you Buy Whisky from the Barrel

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Royal Mile tourist stores selling everything

from cigars, whisky, tartan goods, haggis,

shortbread and souvenirs. 

Edinburgh City Centre is the place to shop.

With designer shops, Boutique fashion stores

selling Bags, shoes and clothes. 

All the expected high street names

and unique local stores Before you buy whisky check out the Supermarkets. Tesco Asda Morrisons as they have great prices on all Whisky. .