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17th century streets hidden under Edinburgh were once a breeding ground for the black death. Full review →
Hidden beneath the City Chambers, this narrow, cobbled close, or lane, named after a former landowner, is said to be one of Edinburgh's most haunted sites. Full review →
These underground "closes," originally very narrow walkways with houses on either side, date back centuries. Full review →
This spooky, subterranean labyrinth gives a fascinating insight into the everyday life of 17th-century Edinburgh. Full review →
It explores a series of narrow 17th century streets, subsequently built over and closed to the public until the first tours began in 1990s. Full review →
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. Full review →