Edinburgh Reiserouten

Edinburgh is the most desirable city to live in the UK. At least, according to a 2009 YouGov poll. Edinburgh came out top for its atmosphere and positive reputation. We, the authors of this guide, can approve these results. “Auld Reekie” is indeed a wonderful place to visit. There’s the Castle, the Scott Monument, Arthur’s […]

Edinburgh is the most desirable city to live in the UK. At least, according to a 2009 YouGov poll. Edinburgh came out top for its atmosphere and positive reputation. We, the authors of this guide, can approve these results. “Auld Reekie” is indeed a wonderful place to visit. There’s the Castle, the Scott Monument, Arthur’s Seat … yes, we talk about them, too. But beyond those mainstream sights we leave the trampled tourist paths and try to create an alternative gui-de to Scotland’s capital.

If you only have one or two days to stay our itineraries will help you spend them efficiently. Edinburgh is a rather pricy town, in general. But the are spots which offer cheap food, clothing or other items. Your wallet will thank you for taking our advice. Then, of course, there’s the whisky. You can’t leave Scotland without having tasted the best brands. Luckily, we have sorted out the the bad ones, so that you don’t have to. Finally, you’ll encounter people, attractions and stories you won’t find in any other tourist guide. For Edinburgh in all its grandeur is yet to be discovered.

In the following (text) we would like to suggest you three totally different options how to spend your days in char-ming Edinburgh in the most efficient, yet affordable way. It is up to you to choose between: a very touristy and therefore historic, massive and impressive day – a rather alternative, picturesque and unique day or a pretty artis-tic, educating and entertaining day. However, in the end it needs to be said that – as different as they might seem – each day in some way includes all the above mentioned adjectives.

In Scotland´s varied and inspiring Capital – Edinburgh – creativity and individuality is written in rather big letters. Maybe that is why became known for famous writers (like Sir Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson), artists, philosophers (like David Hume), scientists and economics (like Adam Smith).

Exploring Edinburgh´s Old and New Town includes a lot of walking. But thanks to closes, wynds and significant historic buildings a walk is not just a walk – it is rather an experience and discovery. You soon feel at home and protected in this friendly and curious area. However, public transportationis more than unnecessary to discover this place, which seems to be neither a town nor a city – but this exactly is what creates Edinburgh´s unique character. Although it kept its small, familiar flair and although this is the place where all the traditional, tiny specialized shops and their chatty salesperson still exist, it offers everything a human´s city heart might desire as well.

It is now your time to be an explorer and to discover Edinburgh on your own, inspired by our itineraries. Have fun!

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