I thought Edinburgh city was too expencive and some of the shop owners was very rood but is a good city and always something to do.
make a list of all the attractions and sights you wish to visit. its a great city with plenty to do the quality of dining was fantastic and suited all types of budgets the only down side was the amount of homeless people who you came across every where in the city.
a very sad sign of the time im affraid. well worth a visit fantastic city.
A quiet and not too crowded city, that offers a fantastic experience staying in the Old Town of the Edinburgh area.
Nearby is the Calton hill which is a good spot to have a leisure stroll in the early morning to have a breadth of fresh air, and a good view of the city.
Edinburgh is the most beautiful city in United Kingdom. It history and attractions make it even more attractive.
If have chance, is a must go city.
you should stay in london and save money for a good meal or shopping instead of sitting ur butt for almost 5 hours to go to Scotland which is not much different with London.
this city is a great place there is always somewhere to go and see. the food is fantastic and suits all pockets.
so many beggers everywhere on the high street you must remember not every one is as desperate as they make out. i love this city and wil be returning for many more visits try the ghost tours or the student tours around the royal mile . fantastic must see city
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Lots to do and see, too much for a couple of days. Variety of things to do, shopping, history, entertainment and shopping.
Great blend of old and new.
A Wonderful buzzing city rich in culture and history. Great Nightlife too most especially during the summer time
I found the souvenir shops in Edinburgh had the best selection that I did not find in Glasgow and could not find everything that I had picked out to buy at the end of our trip.
for your entire of life i suggest you have to visit this town at least once. you will never regrade and you will love it.
Simply love the town and the buildings are all so beautifully designed. A very historic town worth visiting
it is ahistorical city. While there you must see the Castle, princess street for shopping, and Royal botanic garden
A lovely city, being the capital of scottland since ancient times, Edinborugh is indeed the center of scotts.
From the memorial in princes streets to the famous carstle, the hole city is telling its history in its very own way. A good place to start you jorney in Scottlan and to learn more about the country, its culture and its people.
I used to live here in the 1960s and remember it with great affection. Still so much to see when I visit
Fun city with lots of things to do. Loads for the kids to enjoy but great nightlife for the adults too!
Edinburgh is a FABULOUS city. It has historic buildings, it is the home of the Scottish Parliament, it has culture, it has great shopping, it has a variety of museums and galleries.
It has pubs. It has restaurants. What hasn't Edinburgh got? It hasn't got adequate parking and it has a VERY aggressive ( and rude) army of Traffic wardens. What parking it has, is OBSCENELY expensive. Take a tip from me....stay outside of the City of Edinburgh and travel in, on the excellent( and cheap) bus service! Tom Reynolds. Take a tip from me
We went to Edinburgh when they had the Art Festival which was during August. The city was really full of fun.
Most of the galleries, theatres, and nightclub were parts of the fest. Apart from having such a beautiful architecture, this city is so friendly and artistically interesting.
Edinburgh is nice city to explore arising from the long history of British empire. However, my stay in the city is totally upset by unhelpful, rude hotel officer.
It is my favorite City in the world. You can wander and the history is everywhere. The shopping from Harvey nicks to primark is fantastic.
The theatres, castle, holyrood, are only a few places with walking round.
Getting around Edinburgh and highland of Scotland may takes more than 5 days. I was regret to plan only 3 days in scotland
The cities was very beautiful with old building surrounding it. Should spend maybe 2 night above to explore the town.
Great historical city with beautiful architectures. A great place to experience one of the most beautiful and cultural city in Europe.
Several sightseeing attractions; offers a hop on/hop off tour bus at a reasonable cost; food is very good; several places to shop; overcast weather is only negative
Lots do and places to go, lots of culture and beautiful building and architecture. Can be very hectic and tiring, take comfortable shoes.
Amazing! probably the most amazing city I cam across. It is rather small however it has plenty to do and see and an amazing atmosphere.
Also, there is enough to see and do for a full week, without including nightlife, clubs, pubs and comedy.
neat. clean. well equipped. visit to castle. musueum. city bus tour and cruise etc. historical places with natural beauty.
Charming place but expensive. great for seeing historical sights. The real action is out in the countryside which is beautiful.
An historic city with everything for everyone. We ate very well in Michelin starred restaurants, drank very good ale in the local pubs and had an enchanting afternoon tea at a tea shop selling antiques.
The people are marvelous, friendly outgoing and helpful. I would recommend Edinburgh to anyone. It is not cheap (what city is?) but a lot cheaper than London and everywhere is easily accessible.
I had a good time in Edinburgh. It's not a big city. Two days should be enough. There are some tours you can take.