Edinburgh City Tour

Edinburgh Castle (Edinburgh Castle) is an ancient fortress, castle, repository of the royal regalia of Scotland.

Visit the Royal Mile, the main medieval street of the city.

The Palace of Holyroodhouse is the royal residence of the British monarchs in Scotland. Visit.

The Grassmarket is Edinburgh's former market square, formerly the site of public executions and now a pub street.

The New Town, an example of 18th century architecture, is included in the UNESCO list

Princess Street, one of the most elegant streets in modern Europe.

Walter Scott Monument

King Arthur's Seat and Calton Hill, city parks and viewing platforms.

The Royal Yacht Britannia, which belonged to the royal family until 1996. Visit

South Queensferry. Three bridges: 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.  The railway bridge over the Firth of Forth (Forth Road Bridge) from 1890 was one of the first cantilever bridges, a road suspension bridge from 1964 and a cable-stayed bridge from 2017.

The Hawes Inn pub where  Robert Louis Stevenson wrote part of the famous novel Kidnapped.