1.The Edinburgh Castle
The emblem of Edinburgh.
A must see for any visitor.
The castle is fully renovated and provides a vivid experience of how the life of the Royals has been through time.
2. Whisky experience
THE PERFECT INTRODUCTION TO THE WORLD OF WHISKY.
Become a ‘one-hour-whisky-expert’ and enjoy tasting and shopping from the greatest whisky collection in Edinburgh.
3. Royal Mile
The Royal Mile is the main road of the old city of Edinburgh, that connects the Edinburgh castle to the The Palace. The distance is exactly one mile and in between one can find many significant sites to visit, such as the Whisky Museum, St. Giles Cathedral, the Writers museum, shops and restaurants and many more. One of Edinburgh’s must visit places.
4. National Museum
The National Museum of Scotland is one of the Top 10 UK visitor attractions, and in the Top 20 of the most visited museums and galleries in the world.
The museum houses a spectacular array of over 20,000 fascinating artefacts. Our magnificently diverse collections will take you on an inspirational journey through the history of Scotland, the wonders of nature, world cultures and the excitement of science and discovery – all under one roof.
Traditional scottish desert, freshly made and in great variety of flavours. A must taste.
6. The Palace
Visit The Palace of Holyroodhouse, Her Majesty The Queen’s official residence in Scotland. Located at the end of Edinburgh’s historic Royal Mile, this fine palace is the home of Scottish royal history.
Visitors can explore 14 magnificent historic and State Apartments, the romantic ruins of the 12th-century Holyrood Abbey and remarkable royal gardens, all with a complimentary audio tour. Best known as the home of Mary, Queen of Scots, the Palace was the setting for many dramatic episodes in her reign. Today, the State Apartments are used regularly by The Queen, for State ceremonies and official ceremonies.
The Queen’s Gallery at the Palace of Holyroodhouse hosts a programme of changing exhibitions from the Royal Collection.
7. Arthur’s Seat
The main peak next to Edinburgh. Breathtaking view above the city.
Calton Hill is one of Edinburgh’s main hills, set right in the city centre. It is unmistakable with its Athenian acropolis poking above the skyline.
The acropolis is in fact an unfinished monument – originally called the “National Monument”. Initiated in 1816, a year after Napoleon’s defeat at Waterloo, it was meant to be a replica of the Parthenon in Greece.
The main shopping street in Edinburgh. Rest and tranquility can be met in seconds on its gardens.
Royal Yacht Britania
Visit the Queen’s personal Yacht. Perfectly maintained, now welcoming you as a museum.
The famous Edinburgh Zoo. From the penguin parade, to the Giant Panda exhibition, an absolute must for nature and animal admirers.
A quiet and picturesque path where you can walk through characteristic Scottish nature, just minutes away from Edinburgh.
An amazing opportunity for those who love shopping.
Three bridges that connect Scotland. Discover a Scottsh enginering marvel.
Sharks and other sea creatures, on Scotlands biggest aquarium.
Visit the castle where Mary, Queen of Scots was born.
The old airport that was used on the world wars, now serves as a museum. The highlight has to be the Concord, where you can get onboard and learn about its rich reputation.
North Berwick sea side
A beautifu Scottishl town, where one can enjoy bird watching, golf and some local cuisine.
Proper Golf experience, on one of Scotlands most famous cources.
St Andrews tour and golf
Birthplace of Golf, a must experience for the player.
Discover Scottish countryside, just an hour from Edinburgh.
Historic Caste, recently renovated, ready to impress guests with its Halls and life of the Kings of that time and depiction of the lives of Roayls during their time of residence.
William Wallace monument
The Tower of William Wallace, a museum to his honour. Discover one of Scotland’s greatest heroes.
Another Scottish enginering marvel, used to connect the canals for river trade and transport.
Beautful lake near Glasgow and Edinburgh.Ideal to to enjoy nature, boat trip, hydroplane ride, local cuisine and great distileries.
Set between the Moorfoots and the Southern Uplands, Peebles provides a range of walks to suit all tastes and abilities . Also a great place for fishing.
Stobo castle and spa
Relaxation and endulgement, just an hour from cosmopolitic Edinburgh
Visit the Highlands, with their unique beauty and unparallel scenery. Glencoe, Loch Ness and its legendary monster, Eilean Donan Castle, and the Scottish national park.
Discover the majestic lochs, glens and moors from the bird’s eye view, in total comfort and complimentary glass of champagne.
Baskin shark dive
For the brave, swim amongs the sharks or see them from the comfort of a boat.