Whatever the use which was made of this hidden city over the course of the years, its charm has kept untouched, and Underground Edinburgh is absolutely worthy of visit.
There are many organised tour which offer a visit of the city: the most famous one takes to Mary King’s Close, which is said to be “the only street where it never rains”. Situated along the Royal Mile, this area was often hit by plague, which would often and easily spread in the polluted streets of the Old Town. The entire district was closed for various months in 1645. Info and booking on: http://www.realmarykingsclose.com/
Choose your tour in Edinburgh
Look up the map
This Georgian building is in the city centre, 800 metres from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station and the shops of Princes Street. It has free Wi-Fi and g [...]
In an exclusive area of Murrayfield, this 5-star Victorian guest house offers luxury accommodation, superb service and free parking. Murrayfield Stadi [...]