How To … Edinburgh

Scotland’s capital, a beautiful, hilly and green city full of stories, has come a long way. From being nicknamed “Auld Reekie” (old smoky) to now “Athens of the North”, Edinburgh is and has always been a city of contrast. The Old Town is compact and cobbled, full of haunted places and history. The New Town […]

Scotland’s capital, a beautiful, hilly and green city full of stories, has come a long way. From being nicknamed “Auld Reekie” (old smoky) to now “Athens of the North”, Edinburgh is and has always been a city of contrast. The Old Town is compact and cobbled, full of haunted places and history. The New Town is spacious, elegant and stylish, promising shopping and dining experiences. Together they create a lively, busy atmosphere with big city charm, but this can be easily escaped to the surrounding green spaces and coastal towns.

With many theatres, music concerts, ceilidhs and an International Book Festival, you can be immersed in Scottish culture. Also, with the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Military Tattoo and Hogmanay celebrations, just to name a few, there’s almost always something to entertain you.

This guide will show students and young people “how to…” navigate this city of many things. It features all the main attractions, but we’ve also included our favourite enticing small places you may miss otherwise.
So whatever you’re into, there’s always somewhere new to discover!

Edinburgh is a very inspiring city. It has a certain charm that will enchant you and make you want to return.

“There’s no leaving Edinburgh, no shifting it around: it stays with you — always.”
— Alan Bold

Welcome to Edinburgh
by Megan Robertson & Helena Grillenberger

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