Eat walk Edinburgh offer Edinburgh food walking tours, that take in five restaurants/bars for food tastings with three of the stops also having drink tastings. As you walk between venues your guide will talk about the history of the city.
To complement our food walking tour we would like to suggest other things to do duirng your time in Scotland. To help build up a feel for what the City and the surrounding area has to offer. Click on titles below if you would like further information on our suggestions.
Choose from great history walking tours of Edinburgh with Iconic Tours to a trip down to North Berwick to try some fresh Lobster served up at the quayside with Local Eyes.
Interested in the Outlander books or television series then try a Mary’s Meanders tour or want to learn more about the architecture of the City then there is a tour for you.
Another great way to see Edinburgh while learning how to use your camera, from the latest DSLR to the now not so humble camera phone. Will can show you many tricks of the trade, how to get the best out of your camera as he walks you around the streets of the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh.
Curated and led by architecture graduates passionate about Edinburgh. Their itineraries shed light on Scots Baronial and Post Modern Old Town, Neoclassical Georgian New Town, and the secluded lush valley of Dean Village.
The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is a must-see venue for modern and contemporary art and is home to fantastic sculpture parks.
Free entry to Gallery with payment required for some exhibitions.
Open Daily 10am-5pm.
You can also access the Water of Leith walkway from the back of the gallery. Which is a country sidewalk in the heart of the city.