3 mentions in Unmissables of Scotland
Jacey & Scott M. said, "...n Edinburgh, you could spend multiple days. Try to at least tour the Edinburgh Castle and stroll along the Royal Mile. If you are into whisky, there is a great tasting room/store called Royal Mile Whiskies about half way down. We also..." See More
Valerie S. said, "...try touring The Real Mary King's Close. That's a bit more touristy, but will give you a great sense of history.Similarly, Edinburgh Castle is kind of a must-do. I loved exploring--it's mostly a self-guided tour, so you can go into the places..." See More
Helga B. said, "...Street Gardens to the skyline of the old town is beautiful. Wander along the Royal Mile , the view from the Edinburgh Castle and the beauty of St.Giles Cathedral are worth a visit. Calton Hill offers you an amazing view over the..." See More
2 mentions in What do to with 6 hours solo in Edinburgh?
Jacey & Scott M. said, "...Definitely visit Edinburgh Castle to start. Then follow the Royal Mile all the way down to Palace of Holyroodhouse, which you can tour as well. Stop at the various whisky tasting rooms, or even do the The Scotch Whisky Experience (take the..." See More
Justin G. said, "...Well depending on how much luggage you have and how tired you could go to the Edinburgh Castle up the Royal Mile Tavern. Also theres a ton of old pubs up and down the royal mile so if you don't mind day..." See More
Rob B. said, "... Edinburgh Castle is great for all ages - you can see all of the old military stuff, try on highland fashions from the William Wallace era - will get the kids really excited. Just outside of Edinburgh is a hotel called Carberry..." See More
Belinda M. said, "...know how things Go and Work. Also in Glasgow ,the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum combines art and natural history. At Edinburgh Castle my friend and I ( ladies in 60s) found the National War Museum of Scotland fascinating. I would think..." See More
2 mentions in What are the best Scottish castles to visit in Scotland?
Lauren F. said, "...husband and I only made it to a few and we're itching for the day we can return to see more. Edinburgh Castle is a great castle to visit and there is plenty to do in the busy city of Edinburgh as..." See More
Jacey & Scott M. said, "...Urquhart Castle is absolutely stunning. The ruins are right on the banks of Loch Ness. Do not miss this one. Edinburgh Castle is very well maintained, with plenty to see inside-various exhibits and restored rooms, plus great views of the city. Palace..." See More
2 mentions in Itinerary Tips for 3 days in Edinburgh?
Jen S. said, "...a beautiful city and is surrounded by some amazing countryside. My suggestions would be to walk The Royal Mile up to Edinburgh Castle, climb Arthur's Seatwhich is an easy 20-30 minutes walk, take a tour of the Underground Nation, the The..." See More
Jacey & Scott M. said, "...Spend at least a half day exploring The Royal Mile. Then take the tour, or explore, both ends-the Edinburgh Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse. We took the bus/or cab down to Leith and thought it was delightful. They have the queen's yacht..." See More
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