Edinburgh, Scotland’s most charming city!

Prenota un hotel ad Edimburgo Why isn’t my city like that? A day in this beautiful Scottish city and you’ll be thinking just the same thing. Not only Edinburghis a wonderful city, but it is likely to...

How to Get to Edinburgh

By plane Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached from the main European airports. The international airport is situated 13 km west of the city, and can be reached in 25 minutes by taxi or by bus, freque...

Edinburgh Pass

The Edinburgh Pass is your passport to explore the city. It entitles to free entry in more than 30 of the most exciting places and attractions of Edinburgh, and 26 exclusive offers of some of the bes...

Shopping in Edinburgh

Shops are usually open between 9 am and 18 pm, with extended opening time until 20 or 21 on Thursday. Many shops stay open also on Sunday afternoon, especially in summer. The main shopping areas in E...

Edinburgh with children

There is no better place than Edinburgh to plan a visit with your children. Here everything is always family-sized: either hotels and tourist attractions are always thought and designed for kids and ...

Health Service and police in Edinburgh

The telephone number for emergencies (police, ambulance, firemen and coast guard) is 999. Health service and First Aid Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh 51 Little France Crescent Edinburgh Tel: 0131 536 1...

Climate in Scotland

Scottish climate is rather variable. Depending on the zones, even within short distance, there might be different atmospheric conditions. Scotland is located in northern Europe, close to the Arctic C...

Edinburgh history

Edinburgh, capital of Scotland and seat of the Scottish parliament, is one of the most famous tourist destinations of Great Britain. The first urban settlements in the area date back to the VII centu...

A brief history of Scotland

Scotland seems to have been populated since the pre historical age. In the first millennium BC a population called Scots first reached this territory, from where Scotland took its name, followed by t...

Edinburgh in 1 day

9.30 amStart your day with a visit to Edinburgh Castle, which will take at least 1 hour and a half. 11 am Cross Johnston Terrace and head to Castle Hill, go down Upper Bow toward Victoria Terrace. Th...