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With so many exciting things to see in Edinburgh, there's nowhere else quite like it. From stunning architecture to an awe-inspiring castle perched on a dormant volcano, here are some of our top picks:


Edinburgh Castle

Dominating the skyline of Edinburgh, this imposing 12th Century fortress is easily the most iconic building in the city. Check out breathtaking panoramic views from its lookout position on the Castle Rock and don’t forget to discover the Crown Jewels and fascinating history inside its museums.

Queen’s Royal Yacht, Britannia

If you’ve ever wondered what royalty feels like feel like, step aboard the Britannia. The former official ship of the Queen has sailed many seas and oceans for over 40 years!

The Scott Monument

A must-visit, this striking Gothic monument stands proudly on the edge of busy Princes Street. Built to commemorate Sir Walter Scott, the structure towers 61 metres high. The 287 step climb to the top is well worth the spectacular view of the city below!

Arthur’s Seat

Put on your hiking shoes and climb Edinburgh’s ancient volcano. At an impressive height of 822 feet, Arthur’s Seat is believed to be around 350 million years old and is entwined with numerous mythological stories. Reach the summit and experience 360-degree panoramic views of Edinbugh and the Lothians.

The Royal Mile

Lined with glorious churches, townhouses and historic landmarks, The Royal Mile is an amazing thoroughfare to wander for its shops (including kiltmakers), pubs, museums, cafés, and restaurants.

National Museum Scotland

For free indoor fun, head to the National Museum of Scotland, one of the best attractions in Edinburgh. With over 20,000 unique artefacts to discover, there's something for all the family. Spend your visit learning about the catacombs of Egypt, the wonders of nature and even modern-day technology.

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle

Sir Walter Scott Monument Edinburgh

Sir Walter Scott Monument

Arthur's Seat / Salsbury Craggs

Arthur's Seat / Salsbury Craggs

Sir Walter Scott Monument photo ©VisitBritain/Simon Jarratt, Arthur's Seat photo ©VisitBritain/Simon Winnall


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