Areas of Edinburgh
Edinburgh is a compact city but you will be amazed at the diverse ‘villages’ just waiting to be uncovered. Explore the secret closes of the Royal Mile, stroll along the Water of Leith, dine at first-class restaurants and visit the home of Scottish Rugby.
Edinburgh’s bustling city centre is a sight to behold offering visitors an extraordinary blend of shopping and fascinating historical and cultural attractions alongside magnificent architecture.
Explore Edinburgh’s beautifully preserved Old and New Town and discover an incredible array of historical and cultural attractions.
Edinburgh’s Royal Mile is the perfect place to begin a rich, historical journey of Scotland’s capital city then wind down in the vibrant and eclectic Grassmarket area.
Just minutes from the city centre, covet eclectic items in the cobbled shopping streets of the West End, and from Haymarket, discover some great family days out.
Leith is an area like no other. Boasting its own distinct character, Leith is a hub of lively eating and drinking spots, creativity and cultural diversity.
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Edinburgh and the Lothians sits on the eastern side of Scotland's central belt, in the heart of the country.