Travel

About Edinburgh 

Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and it is located in central eastern Scotland, near the Firth of Forth, close to the North Sea.  Thanks to its spectacular rocks, rustic buildings and a huge collection of medieval and classic architecture, including numerous stone decorations, it is often considered one of the most lively cities in Europe. 

Edinburgh is not only one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, it is a city with a fantastic position.  The view falls on all sides - green hills, the hind of the blue sea, the silhouettes of the buildings and the red cliffs. It is a city that calls you to explore it by foot - narrow streets, passageways, stairs and hidden church yards on every step will pull you away from the main streets.  It has a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical buildings.  Looming over the city is Edinburgh Castle, home to Scotlands' crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny, used in the coronation of Scottish rulers.  

The city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK.  Most of the structures in the Old Town have remained in their original form over the years.  Charming medieval relics are plenty in this section of the city.  In contrast, orderly Georgian terraces line the streets of the New Town.  The general urban scenery is a blend of ancient structures and modern architecture, which gives the city a unique character.  In 1995, the Old Town was listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site. With year round festivals, a throbbing nightlife and an entertaining arts scene, Edinburgh never falls short of interesting travel ventures. 

Edinburgh Castle and Ross Fountain
Edinburgh Castle and Ross Fountain
Salisbury Crags at sunset
Salisbury Crags at sunset
Forth Bridges
Forth Bridges