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    Grassmarket, Edinburgh

    Thistle Chapel, St. Giles Cathedral, the Royal Mile

    Prestonfield House Hotel do fantastic afternoon tea. If the sun is out, they will put tables on the lawn so you can enjoy your tea and cakes in the sun (and with their residents peacocks).

    'Edinburgh Skyline at Sunset' - Lindsay Wills

    The view from Blackford Hill.

    Map of Edinburgh

    The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle runs every year during the festival in August. Full details: www.welcometoscot...

    The lovely Princes Street Gardens

    Holyrood Abbey

    Abbey of Holyrood, Edinburgh - the coffins of James V, Magdalen, his 1st wife, & his infant sons by his 2nd wife Mary of Guise were placed in this vault after their burial site was destroyed by the English Army in 1544. The tomb was damaged in 1688 by riots during James VII's reign. Queen Victoria ordered repairs & all of the remains of those previously interred were reburied in one coffin. The vault also contains the coffin of Mary of Gueldres, Queen of James II.

    Scottish Parliament, bottom of the Royal Mile

    Nighttime photo of Edinburgh at Christmas time, by Graham Stirling

    View of Edinburgh from the Castle.

    Dean Village: here you can carry on to Stockbridge and walk all the way down to The Shore in Leith.

    The Hotel Missoni in Edinburgh, George IV Bridge, is like stepping into an art gallery. The decor is wonderful and the cocktails and food are even better!

    The snowy rooftops of Edinburgh

    The Dome, George Street. This old bank is now a stunning bar and restaurant. A great place to stop for a coffee or cocktail after a day of shopping on Princes Street.

    Adam Smith quote projected onto a building in George Street Edinburgh as part of the enLIGHTen project

    Princes Street Gardens

    The old town of Edinburgh

    Victoria Street in the old town. Lots of nice eateries and independent clothes shops.