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9
Old Town
7 reviews
One building is 19th-century, the other modern, but a link between these neighboring museums makes it possible to walk from the past to the present. — Concierge
9
Old Town
7 reviews
As well as the esplanade used for the Military Tattoo and the fortifications that afford a superb view of Princes Street. — Michelin Guide
9
Old Town
7 reviews
The buildings of the interior court are a fine example of the renaissance period. — Michelin Guide
9
Old Town
7 reviews
8
Stockbridge & Canonmills
7 reviews
8
Stockbridge & Dean Village
4 reviews
Two wooded sites, one on either side of Belford Rd, house the Scottish National Gallery's modern and contemporary art collection — Michelin Guide
8
Old Town
7 reviews
Tour this warren of recently opened underground alleyways for a fascinating account of the city's past (victims of the 1644 plague died here) and a firsthand look into restored 17th-century town houses. — Travel + Leisure
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
8
East
5 reviews
A grassy, wide-open space for joggers, sports teams and sunbathers in the centre of town. — Time Out
8
Old Town
5 reviews
Highlights of Catalonian architect Enric Miralles's extraordinary complex include the west side's stainless-steel windows... a section of roof that looks like upturned boats, and the Canongate Wall. — Concierge
8
West
4 reviews
8
Old Town
5 reviews
The most genteel accommodation 17th century Edinburgh could provide. — Time Out
8
Old Town
3 reviews
Impressionism and post-Impressionism are represented by Cézanne, Degas, van Gogh, Monet, Renoir, Gauguin, and Seurat. — Frommer's
8
5 reviews
The palatial premises of Hopetoun House, probably Scotland's grandest courtly seat and home of the Marquesses of Linlithgow, are considered to be among the Adam family's finest designs. — Fodor's
8
Old Town
4 reviews
Splicing through the Old Town, this succession of streets link Edinburgh Castle on the hill with the Palace of Holyroodhouse below — Condé Nast Traveler
8
Old Town
6 reviews
Mementos of his life are on view inside, and the distinctive dwelling gives you a glimpse of what Old Town life was like in the 16th century. — Fodor's
8
New Town
5 reviews
Take a break from the portraits and head into the library for a case full of, well, heads. — Afar Magazine
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
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