Edinburgh

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9
Old Town
7 reviews
This is actually two museums in one. For the history (or in modern parlance the "narrative") of Scotland, stick to the newer sandstone structure. — Frommer's
9
Old Town
7 reviews
A visit to the majestic Edinburgh Castle is a must. — Afar Magazine
9
Old Town
7 reviews
Once the haunt of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the setting for high drama... this is now Queen Elizabeth's official residence in Scotland. — Fodor's
9
Old Town
7 reviews
A magnificent church building dating from the late 14th century, still holding religious services as well as the odd atmospheric concert. — Time Out
8
Stockbridge & Canonmills
7 reviews
Edinburgh is a green city pricked with parks, but the jewel in the crown is the Botanic Gardens. — Frommer's
8
Stockbridge & Dean Village
4 reviews
A head emerges from the pavement at the entrance of Modern One, a grand Neoclassical building dating back to 1825. — Frommer's
8
Old Town
7 reviews
It explores a series of narrow 17th century streets, subsequently built over and closed to the public until the first tours began in 1990s. — The Telegraph
8
3 reviews
The chapel was built in the mid-15th century for William St Clair, third earl of Orkney, and the ornately carved interior – at odds with the architectural fashion of its time. — Lonely Planet
8
Old Town
5 reviews
The valley at the foot of Castle Rock was filled in when development work started on the new town; it was then made into gardens reserved for the city's residents — Michelin Guide
8
East
5 reviews
Before being integrated into the capital, The Meadows was an elegant walkway belonging to the town of Muir — Michelin Guide
8
Old Town
5 reviews
The abstract motif repeated on the facade facing the Canongate was apparently inspired by Raeburn's painting. — Frommer's
8
West
4 reviews
Children love to visit the some 1,000 animals that live in Edinburgh Zoo, especially the two giant pandas—Tian Tian and Yang Gaung—that were flown in from China. — Fodor's
8
Old Town
5 reviews
It won’t take you long to get round, but it’s a fascinating recreation of the cramped conditions, even for the wealthy, in 17th-century Edinburgh. — The Telegraph
8
Old Town
3 reviews
This huge, classic style building contains painting collections exhibited in rooms furnished according to the period and connected by arched passageways. — Michelin Guide
8
5 reviews
One of Scotland's finest stately homes, Hopetoun House has a superb location in lovely grounds beside the Firth of Forth. — Lonely Planet
8
Old Town
4 reviews
Walking the Royal Mile is interesting - you go from one end where the castle is, to the other where you'll find the Scottish Parliament and a palacial looking building. — Afar Magazine
8
Old Town
6 reviews
This is arguably the most picturesque dwelling house in Edinburgh's Old Town. — Frommer's
8
New Town
5 reviews
A magnificent red-sandstone Gothic building dating from 1889 houses this must-see institution. — Fodor's
8
Stockbridge & Dean Village
2 reviews
Opened in 1999 across the road from the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, the Dean provides a home for surrealist art... — Frommer's
8
West End
3 reviews
One of the proudest achievements of Robert Adam, Scotland's noted neoclassical architect. — Fodor's
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