PubsBeginning with the Ensign Ewart, on the edges of the Castle along the Royal Mile you will find a long line of pubs until Jenny Ha’a, close to Holyrood. Certainly not to miss is the Deacon Brodie’s, on the corner with George IV Bridge, and the Mound, a typical crowded Scottish pub.
Night lifeIn Edinburgh you can choose among a wide selection of amusement spots which offer any kind of music, from hip hop to house, from rock to reggae. The youngest people prefer the areas of the Grassmarket, Cowgate, Lothian Road and the West End, while fashion people meet around Broughton Street. Since pubs and fad rapidly change, we recommend to consult The List to have an updated panorama on places to visit.
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