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Highlights in Edinburgh
- Elegant botanical gardens
- Magnificent museums
- Impressive Art Galleries
- Important medieval history
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Do you want to spend a quiet holiday surrounded by nature and beautiful medieval castles? Visit the magnificent city of Edinburgh, the capital of the mythical Scotland. Here, you can find wonderful lodges where you can get the most incredible views of Scottish nature. Tour its elegant medieval city with a mixture of Gregorian style in its architecture. Stroll through its spacious and beautiful gardens and marvel at the neoclassical buildings. Visit its impressive museums and art galleries, where you will learn much more about the history of Scotland and its kings and queens. Have fun in its modern amusement parks, where you can enjoy a pleasant time with your family. Do not forget to visit the fantastic distilleries and taste authentic Scottish whisky.Cosy lodges with traditional style
The charming city of Edinburgh has many tourist attractions that you cannot miss. It does not matter if you want to stay towards the outskirts of the city enjoying the fresh air of the countryside or if you prefer to stay in the city centre to enjoy its medieval streets. Regardless of the option, you will find incredible log cabins with everything you need and much more. Tastefully decorated and fully furnished, you will find comfortable and spacious rooms with twin and double beds, luxurious bathrooms with top quality finishes, central gas heating to keep you warm. Beautiful and modern kitchens with all the facilities to prepare your meals from microwave, stove, hub, dishwasher to refrigerator with freezer. Enjoy the environment in its adorable enclosed garden. Likewise, these fantastic accommodations include bed linen, free Wi-Fi, Parking, and your pets are totally welcome.
Travellers and activities
Edinburgh is a great city with a lot of history to know and many interesting places to visit for all tastes and all ages, which makes it the perfect place to holiday with your family. One of the best attractions you can find is its incredible and modern museum. The National Museum of Scotland is a gigantic building where one of the largest exhibitions in all of Scotland are located, it illustrates all the most important moments that the country and the world have lived from prehistory to the present time and some of the most relevant features of Europe. On the tour you will find 5 interactive and multimedia environments, which include literature, art, science, nature, and world cultures. Additionally, you can have a magnificent cafeteria to take a break and a beautiful gift and souvenir shop so that you can take a part of this great museum home.Edinburgh for art lovers
The charming capital of Scotland, in addition to having incredible medieval fortifications, is very rich culturally, if you love art you cannot miss its magnificent National Gallery of Art. In this fantastic building located on The Mound Hill, built in 1859 in the neoclassical style, you will find the best paintings from all over the country. With works from the Renaissance to postmodernism. In the gallery tour you will discover three floors of magnificent and exquisite works of art in the Baroque, Renaissance style, such as El Greco, Titian or Rembrandt, as well as other impressionist artists such as Van Gogh or Monet. Upon reaching the top floor, you will discover the famous Raphael painting from 1530, as well as other works by some Italian and Dutch artists. Undoubtedly, this is one of the most impressive art galleries that you can visit in Europe.
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This fabulous garden is one of the most impressive you can visit in the whole of the UK. It was built in 1670 intending to grow medicinal plants to cure diseases. However, in 1820 it was moved to its present location. It is an excellent place to walk around and admire one of the largest and most beautiful plant collections in all of Europe. You can enjoy 28 hectares divided into areas such as the Chinese Garden, the Queen Mother Garden, the Rose Garden and the Grove Garden. In the same way, you can also visit its fantastic greenhouses such as the Victorian Palm where they house 2000 species of endemic and exotic plants. You will find this garden on the outskirts of the city, although it is completely worth a visit.2. Visit the imposing Edinburgh Castle
This building is located on a hill whose formation is of volcanic origin, this material was also used to build the castle, however in its beginnings it was a simple fort that had the function of protecting the city against possible threats. King David I was the one who carried out the remodelling to make it a castle and his place of residence due to the impressive views. On the tour of the surroundings you can visit the Foog gate, the chapel of Saint Margarita and the cannons located in the towers and walls to protect the castle. Inside, you can tour the rooms and learn about the history of the kings of Scotland. This castle was the residence of the Queen of Scotland, Maria Stuart, for many years.3. Marvel at the architecture of Saint Giles Cathedral
This beautiful temple of great medieval style is one of the most visited in Scotland. It was built in the 15th century when Scotland and France shared alliances, in honour of the French saint Giles. Inside you can find huge and grandiose stained-glass windows with engravings, paintings and impressive statues. The Saint Giles chair has great architectural and artistic value for the city, one example is the beautiful thistle chapel located in a hall of the cathedral that was of the order of knights, with impressive artistic details.4. Explore the magnificent Palace of Holyrood House
This splendid palace is a must-see in Edinburgh, it was formerly a monastery, however today it is the residence of the Queen of England when she visits the city. On the tour you will be able to visit the state flat, the throne room and the large gallery full of portraits, paintings of kings and all the Scottish heroes. Before leaving, you cannot miss a walk through its impressive gardens and enjoy all the beauty of the surroundings.5. Enjoy an authentic Scotch Whiskey
You cannot say that you have visited Edinburgh if you have not tried its magnificent whiskey. One of the best ways to learn about the brewing process is by visiting the incredible Scotch Whiskey Experience, a wonderful place with interactive media that simulates with holograms and animation how a whiskey distillery works and tells the story of the famous Scotch. Additionally, you can also take a tour where you will learn how to properly taste Scotch whiskey. The entire route is made from the barrel where it is fermented, going through the entire distillation process. Undoubtedly, it is one of the best things you can do in Edinburgh, where you will discover one of the largest collections of whiskey in the world.6. Tour the fantastic Scott Monument
If you go to the west of Edinburgh, you can find an incredible structure with a Gothic-Victorian style, which pays tribute to the writer Walter Scott. This magnificent monument was designed by George Meiklekemp. The true beauty of this place is found when climbing its 287 steps, from the highest part of the monument you will be completely amazed by the impressive panoramic views of the entire city that you can photograph from there.7. Have fun in the Camera Obscura and the World of Illusion of Edinburgh
To enjoy a unique and fun experience on this holiday, an excellent option is to visit the Edinburgh Camera Obscura. It is an incredible 5-story building where you will find 3D images and holograms as well as mirrors with deformable images. The Camera Obscura is located in the centre of the city in the Outlook tower, the holograms, and illusions were designed in 1850 by Maria Short and until today it remains a very visited place to spend a different time experiencing its rooms with three-dimensional illusions.