Edinburgh is in the north and unquestionably one of the most wonderful cities in the world. There are stockpile of medieval history, art and architecture. Edinburgh castle between the greens is highlighting the scottish capital. explore more in the north find many other gems of scotland.
Getting In & Around
12 km west of city center, Airport Express Bus: £4.50 / £2 (kids) find more, Tram: £6/ £3 (kids) find more, Taxi: £25-30, more information and schedule on Airport Website
Waverley Railway Station
Main railway station, Connection to Scott Rail, Virgin trains, Caledonian Sleeper and other trains. Shopping and public facilities are available here. lockers are available
Tickets: single ticket £1.70/ 0.80 kids, 24 hrs ticket £4 /£2 kids, network day ticket* £9, family day ticket £8.50 – 2 adult+3 kids
See & Do
castle | opening hours: apr-sep: 9:30 am to 6pm, oct-mar: 9:30 am to 5pm, tickets: Adult: £19.50 / £17.50(online), Concession: £16.00 / £14.00(online), Child (5-15yrs): £11.50 / £10.50(online), free guided tour, Explorer pass gives free entry to over 70 Historic Scotland attractions: from £26.50 more info, Visit website phone: +44 0131 225 9846, email: [email protected], address: Edinburgh Castle, Castlehill, Edinburgh, EH1 2NG.
National Museum of Scotland:
museum | opening hours: 10am to 5pm, tickets: Free entry, Free guided tour, Visit website, phone: +44 0300 123 6789, address: Chambers Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1JF
Princes Street Gardens:
garden | opening hours: Time varies, morning to evening, tickets: free entry, address: Princes St, Edinburgh EH2 2HG
zoo | tickets: Adult:£21.95, Child:£12.50
Palace of Holyroodhouse
palace | tickets: Adult:£16.50, Child:£9.50
Real Mary King’s Close
historic – building | tickets: Adult:£16.50, Child:£9.95
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Royal Yacht Britannia
ship | tickets: Adult:£17, Child:£8.75
Scottish Parliament Building
parliament | Free Entry
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