Things To Do

Things to do in Edinburgh

We would like to suggest other things to do during your stay that we think complement our tour and help you build up a feel for what Edinburgh and the surrounding area are about. 

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Chris runs private and group tours to North Berwick, the Highlands and in Edinburgh. He has a good sense of humour, watch his video on his website, and has excellent Tripadvisor reviews. So, by all means, try his but only after you have tasted one of ours.
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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.
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Chauffeur driven in a vintage car as you tour some of the best distilleries in Speyside. Bygone drives will put together bespoke packages for you to enjoy your time in the Highlands. They also work with Speyside railway to offer vintage car and steam train experiences.
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Just 20 minutes away by train is the town of Linlithgow with its own Palace where Mary Queen of Scots was born. Mary’s Meanders offer a number of tours based on the life of Mary Queen of Scots, the town of Linlithgow or on the TV Series Outlander which is filmed in a number of locations around Linlithgow.
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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.

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Easy Ways

Looking for more serious walking then Easy Ways offer a selection of self guided walks all over Scotland from the famous West Highland way to the beautiful Fife Coastal path. They will handle your accommodation move your baggage onto your next stop and can add some extras at the beginning or end of your tour to ensure your time in Scotland is memorable. 
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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. 

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The True Story of Edinburgh’s Underground. They have exclusive access to the famously haunted Blair Street Underground Vaults, to show you where the poor souls of Edinburgh’s past still haunt her present.