About Edinburgh

Not only a capital city, Edinburgh is also the leading festival city in the world, home to the phenomenal summer festivals, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site


There are plenty of places to visit in Edinburgh:

Edinburgh Castle is a must see destination, located on a volcanic hill

Scott Monument

Arthur’s Seat, an extinct volcano

Calton Hill, home to Edinburgh’s most prominent monuments

National Museum of Scotland, explore the natural world World Cultures and Scottish History and Archeology

Museum of Edinburgh, to discover the story of the city

Scottish history Scotch Whisky Experience, a guided tour explaining the distillation process of making this whisky

Royal Mile, one of the oldest parts of the city with a road that starts nearby Edinburgh Castle and winds down to the Palace of Holyroodhouse

National Library of Scotland

Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Scottish Gallery of Modern Art

Greyfriars Bobby

The Scottish Centre of Story of Story Telling

The Library of Poetry

Museum of Childhood

Royal Botanic Garden

Princes Street Gardens

The Meadows

Edinburgh Zoo

Deep Sea World

Edinburgh is home to many theatres, where art lovers flock to witness on stage performances such as plays, operas, music concerts, and cabarets.