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Situated on the banks of The Firth of Forth and at the Mouth of the Water Leith, Leith is a quaint port city, it’s original harbor dating to the 14th century. It is now part of Edinburgh. It offers many eateries & bars.
Visiting 'The Shore' at Leith is a must; with lovely walks along the river, historic buildings and excellent places to eat. Especially good to visit during the Edinburgh Fringe when all the restaurants in Edinburgh town are packed!
Excellent place to stay while visiting the festival, bus service into town worked wonderfully and all the places we found to eat and drink out of the bustle of the festival in the city were superb. Tapa and The Pantry especially.
Leith was thought of as a run-down area of the city (although I had some great nights out there also in those days).
In recent years it's been spruced up. Walk or take the bus to the end of Leith Walk. Go left and you'll...More
Spent 3 nights at the beginning of a month long tour of UK in Leith the Mairtime port suburb of Edinburgh. Having been to visit Edinburh before and lodged in the centre; wishing to tour with a rental car we chose Leith.We were very pleased...More
Leith is a great little village unto itself right off the mains of Edinburgh. It is going thru a come up at the moment so you will see a mixture
Of yummy mummies walking next to the toothless buckfast drinking crowd. From Michelin rated restaurants...More
A short walk up Leith walk takes you into Leith. So close to central Edinmburgh but feels like its own little place. Full of fantastic people and tons to do! Along the Shore (especially on a nice day) is an amazing place to spend a...More
This is previously undesirable area of Edinburgh underwent development and is now a cool, trendy, attractive area. There is a selection of cafés, restaurants and accomodation. There are also various points of interests, including memorials, bridges, information posters, etc.
Response from crabandgoat | Reviewed this property |
I believe the Granary and the Leith Depot are the spots you will be looking for. Depending on type of music. And to be honest I am not sure about the Pitt Market. I believe it is still on
Hope that helps
From Edinburgh airport to Leith is approximately 10 miles.
The cheapest way is Bus.between £2 and £5 depending on which you catch takes 45 minutes.
Or Taxi will cost about £30 to £35.
There are also trams & Shuttle buses.