Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh is a city packed full with historical & cultural highlights. The city is great for sightseeing, for visiting a museum, enjoying the one or other whiskey from a huge range on offer, visiting one of the many festivals that take place throughout the year & for the outdoor sportsman a round of golf on one of Edinburgh’s 17 golf courses could be just the ticket.

Photo Hotspots

The Shipwrights Arms

The Shard

Southwark Cathedral

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The Golden Hinde II

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The Market Porter

Borough Market

Millenium Bridge

St. Paul's Cathedral

Cannon Street

The Monument

Tower Of London

Tower Bridge

Sky Garden

HMS Belfast

Palace Of Westminster

London Eye

Queens Walk

Westminster Abbey

City Hall

Abingdon Street Gardens

Westminster Bridge

British Museum

Big Ben

The Gherkin

Canada Square

London Stock Exchange

Colour Gallery

Many people I know have said to me at some point that they too would like to visit Scotland but the weather plays a great role in deciding not to visit. Well all I can say is whoever decides to visit is normally surprised how good the weather can be, not always but where is perfect weather guaranteed here in Europe these days? The German weather is just as unpredictable as that in the UK but nonetheless many travellers choose other destinations for the weather & miss out on a country that through its history & jaw dropping scenery just has to be on that bucket list of places to experience & a visit to Edinburgh is definitely a part of this experience.

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“The view of Edinburgh from the road before you enter Leith is quite enchanting: it is, as Albert said, fairy-like and what you would only imagine as a thing to dream of, or to see in a picture.”

― Queen Victoria

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“And yet the place establishes an interest in people’s hearts; go where they will, they find no city of the same distinction.”

― Robert Louis Stevenson

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Did You Know?

“You’ll have had your tea?” was at one point a common Edinburgh greeting and is still used by some to this day as a way of avoiding putting the kettle on. It is said to have originated from an 18th century nobleman named Mackintosh of Borlum, who was not willing to put up with the sound of tea-slurping at social occasions.

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