'Must-see' information from a local travel writer and guide
The Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence in Scotland of Her Majesty The Queen, stands at the end of Edinburgh's Royal Mile against the spectacular backdrop of Arthur's Seat.
This national art gallery is an elaborate neoclassical edifice, it stands on The Mound, between the two sections of Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens. It's convenient location makes it a popular fixture on any tourist fixture.
Edinburgh Castle is a fortress which dominates the skyline of the city of Edinburgh, from its position atop the volcanic Castle Rock.This majestic building is a must-see for anyone visiting Edinburgh.
With a city renowned for its' theatre productions and festivals, there are an endless variety of artistic productions taking place at the Festival & Kings Theatres. Explore this cultural hub by booking a show for this evening, perhaps.
This magnificent ship has played host to some of the most famous people in the world. But, above all, she was home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family.
The Edinburgh Zoo strives to "To excite and inspire our visitors with the wonder of living animals, and so to promote the conservation of threatened species and habitats". Why not let the zoo inspire you by proving a great day out for both you and your family.
Refresh your senses and explore the riches of the green kingdom at one of the world's finest botanic gardens. The Royal Botanic Garden is loved by Edinburgh locals as well as anyone who sets foot on it's beautiful premises.
This newly restored concert hall has hosted concerts and events since its construction in 1914 and can hold approximately 2,900 people in its auditorium, which is well loved by performers due to its acoustics. Usher Hall is situated on Lothian Road, in the west end of Edinburgh.