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Top tourist destination, cultural capital of England and city of sandy coastlines Edinburgh is awaiting your visit Get there and enjoy exploring castles perched amidst rocky cliffs with all-inclusive holidays to Edinburgh from Travel Center. An eclectic blend of modern cosmopolitan trends and historical treasures make Edinburgh perfect for any type of holiday maker. The medieval Old Town and Georgian New Town makes the city a World Heritage Site. Science has left a marvellous mark here with local-greats such as Charles Darwin and Sir Andrew Fleming. Explore Edinburgh Castle located on an old volcano, medieval streets and impressive architecture. Modern restaurants, pretty hip bars and a thriving art scene promises loads of entertainment for the family. One of the world’s most impressive ‘Fireworks-Festival’, boasting a myriad of colours fills the sky above the towers of Edinburgh castle, mesmerizing and captivating this display is nothing short of fabulous. Enjoy the boisterous pubs, late night parties, brazen comics and tipsy poets while in contrast ‘Athens of the North is about arts, culture and great Art Festivals. Historical Edinburgh is reflected in the Greek temples of Calton Hill and pagan dances of the ‘May Festival’. All-inclusive holiday packages to Edinburgh from Travel Center include cheap flights, affordable accommodation and flexible booking options. Plan your next holiday in the vibrant confines of Edinburgh today!


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Time Zone

UTC+00:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EasyJet, Flybe, Ryanair, KLM



Best Time to Travel

June to August

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Bus, Car, Railway, Trams

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP

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Edinburgh Castle

You simply cannot visit Edinburgh and not visit a castle and what better way to start than with a visit to the Edinburgh Castle. It is located above the city’s gorgeous gardens which will instantly captivate you. The castle itself is really gorgeous and you will never want to leave.

Calton Hill

If you want to see the city in all its glory, go to Carlton Hill which is centrally located. Once on top not only will you be treated to amazing views but you will also find the Nelson Monument and the National Monument. You can also check out ‘Edinburgh’s disgrace’, the unfinished acropolis.

Water of Leith Walkway

While it is maybe not one of the most popular areas in Edinburgh it has in the recent past become more trendy thanks to its many unique pubs and restaurants that dot the area. The walkway is very popular with cyclists as well and takes you through tree-lined walkways so that you may forget that you are in a city.

The Meadows

If you love spending some time outdoors and simply enjoy being surrounded by green gorgeousness the Meadows is the place for you. It has a laid back atmosphere as you can either read, rest, have a picnic or just gaze at the clear blue sky. The Meadows will let you slow down and enjoy time.


The charming former village of Duddington is located behind Arthur’s Seat, from where you can enjoy views of the beautiful loch and wildlife reserve. As if the natural beauty of the location was not enough, Duddingston can also lay claim to being the home to the oldest pub in Scotland. Sheep Heid Inn is an experience not to be missed.

The Royal Mile

The famous Royal Mile is the stretch between the castle and the Scottish parliament. Located in the Old Town it takes you back in time as it is lined by stone dwelling buildings with cobbled closes in between, seem as though they are out of a story book. Visit the gothic church St. Giles Cathedral.

Holyrood Park

This is a lovely place for a relaxing afternoon stroll and to take in the beauty of Edinburgh. These sites include the jagged Salisbury Crags to Holyrood Abbey and the dormant volcano, Arthurs Seat and the Holyrood Palace. You will have lots to explore and experience so put Holyrood Park on your to visit list.

Victoria Street and Grassmarket

If you love roaming around and spending time exploring then Victoria Street and Grassmarket is where you should head on over to. It is a downhill and winding street that has attractively brightly coloured buildings with interesting cafes and shops. Once in Grassmarket go to one of the many pubs and enjoy a refreshing pint.


The Cramond beach offers so much more than your standard beach experience. This historic location has World War II structures that when misty, seem to almost rise dramatically out of the mist. During low tide you will find a path that leads to an island, but be careful as sometimes the tide comes back in and strands visitors on the island!

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

What many people do not realize is that the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art has been created to look like waves, clouds and geological formations that is art within itself. It is a Neo-classical building located in a wonderful unique garden. And of course the work within the gallery is brilliant as well.