Edinburgh is a beautiful city and as such, a tour of the city is a great addition to your Scottish Guided Tour.
Edinburgh Sightseeing Tour
The Capital city of Scotland is a wonderful and in many ways a very unique European city.
As such, a must see destination.
An Edinburgh sightseeing tour is a great addition to any of your Scottish Guided Tours.
City Tours of the Old Town of Edinburgh and the New Town are a great addition to your travels.
Restaurants and shops in the New Town are always popular with visitors to Scotland and we love to point out the best places to visit and explore.
On your Scotland travels this year why not add on a City Tour of Edinburgh
Explore Edinburgh Castle and hear the history and folklore of this wonderful and imposing Scottish landmark.
On a sightseeing tour of Edinburgh you are never far from the craggy cliffs that have helped defend Scotland and the people of the city for centuries.
Popular artifacts to visit inside Edinburgh Castle include the Honours of Scotland and the Stone of Destiny.
The Scottish Crown Jewels were once nearly lost to the nation as was the famous stone.
Both have a fascinating history.
Adding a hike up the Salisbury Crags or Arthurs Seat is a possibility, if you are feeling energetic.
Arthurs Seat is the highest point of Edinburgh at 252 metres. The extinct volcano which is the main peak in a group of hills which form most of Holyrood Park.
Robert Louis Stevenson describes Arthurs Seat as “a hill for magnitude, a mountain in virtue of its bold design”
Scottish Guided Tours
Visiting attractions and historical sites close to Edinburgh can be a great addition to a sightseeing tour.
Visit the Scottish borders.
Booking an Outlander Day Tour is a great way to discover Scottish history.
Explore hidden parts of Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile.
Below is a wee selection of Day-Tours & Multi-Day Tours