Edinburgh Breaks-2020

EDINBURGH HOTEL DEALS

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Leonardo Royal Edinburgh Haymarket

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Free WiFi
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Restaurant
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Jurys Inn Edinburgh

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Free WiFi
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
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24-hour front desk
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Hampton By Hilton Edinburgh West End

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Parking
Free WiFi
Family rooms
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good Fitness Center
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ibis budget Hotel Edinburgh Park

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Free WiFi
Pet friendly
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Non-smoking rooms
Free parking
Restaurant
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Radisson Blu Hotel, Edinburgh City Centre

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1 swimming pool
Parking
Free WiFi
Spa
Family rooms
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Cityroomz Edinburgh

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Free WiFi
Pet friendly
Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Facilities for disabled guests
24-hour front desk

EDINBURGH BREAKS

Capital of Scotland and the centrepiece in its cultural history, Edinburgh is a tremendously diverse city home to many festivals and some 400,000 natives.

The sheer scale of activities on offer make it the second most visited city in the United Kingdom, trailing only to London in the tourist popularity stakes. The city isn’t known for the most tropical of climates, but draws in up to 14 million visitors every year with its versatile attractions.

Edinburgh Festival, held during the height of summer, marks the merging of several independent events and attracts a huge audience to the city. Visitors flock worldwide to attend occasions such as Edinburgh Fringe, a renowned festival devoted entirely to the performing arts, and the Edinburgh International Film Festival with its unique flavour for home grown talent.

These events are acknowledged worldwide and make Edinburgh a fantastic place to visit during the height of summer, although don’t expect to find a majestic range of Mediterranean beaches! The city draws most of its tourism via cultural appeal and highly respected exhibitions.

The Scottish capital continues to show a fond affection for theatre with several historical venues providing round-the-year events and plays for all ages. Royal Lyceum Theatre and The King’s Theatre are both popular destinations for tourists looking to catch a taste of the national stage shows.

The five National galleries of Scotland are all located in the heart of Edinburgh. These provide a great insight in to a nation which has enjoyed many years of vastly documented history, much of which has been shared by England – its great rivalling nation.

For the artistically inclined, The Royal Scottish Academy is a must-visit and features many impressive sculptures along with regular exhibitions. If you choose the right time of the year, you can find some of the finest paintings in the whole of the United Kingdom on display. There’s no end to the rich grain of artistic history in this proud country and tourists will appreciate the diversity of the works.

The natives of Edinburgh enjoy a comfortable standard of living with an economy driven by the financial sector. The Scottish parliament and Royal Bank of Scotland are both located within Edinburgh and make for impressive viewing. You’ll find plenty of architectural achievement scattered around the city. Edinburgh Castle makes for an extremely popular – and often busy – landmark.

The ancient fortress provides some stunning sweeping views of the capital city and has stood for over 1300 years. Regular tours are available for visitors to enjoy the medieval interiors and there are plenty of exhibitions filling the halls over peak season. The castle has changed hands many times but it remains arguably the most popular destination for touring parties in the whole of Scotland.

As with most Scottish cities, you’ll find a strong nightlife bustling with activity and friendly banter. There are plenty of pubs within the vicinity and a healthy atmosphere can be enjoyed by all. The food is also extremely diverse and offers something for everybody, no matter what cuisine your preferred choice happens to be.

Edinburgh can get extremely busy during the summer months with thousands migrating to the city for the festival activities. But with the climate relatively pleasant throughout the year, and exhibitions on a monthly basis, there’s no reason why the Scottish capital can’t be enjoyed at any time of the year.
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