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Roam Edinburgh

#296 of 476 Tours in Edinburgh
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Edinburgh in the palm of your hand. Rent one of our GPS (satellite) Edinburgh Digi-guides and tour the city as if you are a local. Audio commentaries, pictures and a digital map are all contained on the guide, along with 12 walking tours. We can deliver to your hotel too!
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Travelingman1212 wrote a review Aug 2014
Red Bank, New Jersey262 contributions86 helpful votes
I had two days to visit and that is not enough but enough to see and want to return. I recommend the "Hop On Hop Off" tour bus. I took the bus the first time through the entire tour and then used the hop on and off after that. The Royal mile is full of shops and restaurants and some sights well worth hanging there. I found the locals to be friendly and helpful. I did not have the courage to try the Haggis.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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f r wrote a review Feb 2013
Athens, Greece44 contributions46 helpful votes
I stayed in edinburgh last april 2012,with my daughter for 10 amazing days.Really edinburgh is one of the most beautiful cities in europe.i was surprised with her beauty and i can't find words to describe, but i will try.my favorite street Royal miles with a lot of shops ideal if you want to buy wool sweaters.in the middle of the street is the cathedral if you are lucky you can see a traditional scottish wedding.also highly recommended on the same street a visit to the Knox house and also the museum of people'story and the childhood museum.in the end of royal miles is the castle which is in the centre of town you have to visited it,you will have a panoramic view of edinburgh.from the other side is princes street with a lot of shops and in the beginning is the train station and the tourist information.you can have a day or two days tour to all sightseeings.royal family yaght britannia and hollyroode palace very interesting.you can walk a lot to edinburgh, so you can admire all the buildings from passed centuries.if you want to take a break you can relax in the nice park with the view of castle.there are a lot of things ..to do and places to see.there are lot of restaurants, have a scottish taste or chooce between italian cuisine.either is rainy or shiny edinburgh is such a beautiful town that i really fell in love with her and i wish to visit her again very soon.
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Date of experience: April 2012
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Kinau01 wrote a review Oct 2012
Buenos Aires, Argentina24 contributions2 helpful votes
Just returned from my 8th trip to Scotland. Needless to say I'm a big fan. This time we decided to do something different so rented a motor home big enough to be comfortable but small enough to be manageable. Friends recommended Classic VW Campers which fit our needs to a "T". The young owners were very commodating and helpful. It was a great and affordable way to see the beauty of Scotland at our own pace. If anyone is interested in learming more email me for details.
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Date of experience: September 2012
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