It’s boarding time for Edinburgh, hurry up please. Otherwise you will miss wonderful views, extraordinary food, world-famous whisky and the special atmosphere of a small but mighty capital. If you want to experience, discover and imagine a constantly changing city this guide is surely the right one for you.
Like every airport, Edinburgh has a lost and found section. If you are looking to rediscover your formative years, check out the Childhood Museum. But of course there are much more museums for every taste. Whether you’re looking for modern art or ancient literature, Edinburgh has something for every imagination. Afraid of flying? Discover the Royal Yacht Britannia in Leith. If you want to experience the sea without getting on a boat, walk to Cramond Island at low tide and escape from the crowded city. Another great place to avoid the hustle and bustle is Calton Hill – climb the steps for an outstanding view of Edinburgh, from the Castle to the Scott Monument.
Later check in at the Royal Mile, with all its different gates and hidden treasures. At the bottom of the cobbled street you will find the Scottish Parliament and its controversial building.
Edinburgh is a student’s city with lots of pubs, various festivals and you can even spend an evening by learning the traditional ceilidh dance.
Like in the stories of Doctor Jekyll and Mister Hyde, Edinburgh has two different faces – a light one as well as a dark one. Take your time to discover all the different legends and myths, which this capital hides. Now we are ready to depart. Fasten your seatbelts and get ready to experience a city you will want to visit again and again.ausbildung, auslandspraktikum, Berlin, citytravelreview, curso eg, curso24, Edinburgh, gap programme, journalism, journalismus, journalistik, madrid, reisejournalismus, studium, travel guide, travel writing, work experience edinburgh