Hills and History in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, replete with green hills and ancient castles is the capital of Scotland. The beautiful city houses the Scottish Parliament, the Supreme Courts, the seat of the Scottish Government, and the official residence of the monarch – Holyrood Palace. But, Edinburgh is so much more than just a capital city, there is so much to see and do here that millions of tourists are attracted to the city each year.

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These luxury suites in Edinburgh's West End are walking distance from the Scott Monument, EICC and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. A full ...

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The Chester Residence offers stunning, stylish suites set in 5 Georgian buildings in Edinburgh's West End within 823 m of Princes Street's shopping. E ...

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Featuring a bar, The Dunstane Houses - Hampton House is located in Edinburgh, a 10-minute walk from Murrayfield Stadium. This 4-star hotel offers a 24 ...

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In a central location in Edinburgh, a 2-minute walk from Waverley train station and a 5-minute walk from Edinburgh Castle, The Old Town Chambers has m ...

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The Raeburn is set in the charming Stockbridge area of Edinburgh and within 20 minutes’ walk of Princes Street and the New Town. Housed in a beautif ...

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Enveloped in a rich history and culture, just a walk down the streets of Edinburgh will bring you face to face with ancient building and local taverns. Everywhere there are shops selling all things Scottish, and places that you must stop by for a bite to eat. The city calls out to the soul for a deeper exploration and the best way to do that is to stay in a Boutique Hotel in Edinburgh for a few days.

Getting to Edinburgh

  • Delta Airlines, United Airlines, and Air Canada, all offer direct flights from cities in the US to Edinburgh.
  • There are direct flights from Toronto to Edinburgh by Air Canada Rouge.
  • British Airways, Etihad Airways, Qantas, and Qatar Airways are only some of the airlines that offer connecting flights from Australian cities to Edinburgh.
  • Within Europe a number of cities are connected to Edinburgh by flight. The airlines include Ryanair, EasyJet, Flybe, Jet2, and Norwegian.
  • British Airways, Ryanair, EasyJet and Flybe have direct flights between several cities in Britain and Edinburgh.
  • Singapore Airlines, Air India, Emirates, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways and lots more airlines connect Edinburgh to cities all over Asia.

Getting around Edinburgh

First check in to your Boutique Hotel in Edinburgh and then get started on exploring this magical land. It’s always great to explore a city on foot but when you do need to travel further distances, Edinburgh has excellent public transport. Busses, trams, trains and taxis are all available to get around in this city.

Unmissable attractions

When in Edinburgh there is a lot to see, but here are some things you absolutely mustn’t miss:
  1. Edinburgh Castle.
  2. Holyrood Palace.
  3. Walk down the Royal Mile and visit the attractions along the way or just buy some famous Scottish fudge.
  4. The Old Town.
  5. Shop at Princes Street.
  6. Carlton Hill.
  7. Arthur’s Seat.
  8. St. Giles Cathedral.
  9. Museum of Scotland.
  10. Royal Botanic Garden.
  11. The Scott Museum.
  12. Rosslyn Chapel.