Things to do in Edinburgh
- 453 reviews
Discover the Georgian House and experience life in New town in the 18th century. It is situated in 7 Charlotte Square. Nearby is Scottish Ntional Portrait Gallery and Edinburgh Bus station is on next road, that is St. Andrews Street.Popular withOutdoorLocalFamilies
- 462 reviews
100,000 people gather on the Princes Street every year for a massive street party. There are loads of bands playing different live music, a laser show & a huge fireworks display at midnight from the castle. Great atmosphere just make sure you wrap up warm and pack a wee dram for the bells!
- 472 reviews
I think this is the world's best vodka bar! Fantastic selection of booze, funky tunes played loud, knowledgeable bar staff & central location. The music is loud & the clientele are young & hip. The seating areas are limited. This is definitely not an old man's pub & there is a massive range of vodkas to tickle your taste buds!
- 512 reviews
Although the 12 hour tour sounded a bit long I remained entertained throughout the entire epic trip (we essentially went from coast to coast). The highlands were breathtaking and I may or may not have been overcome with emotion when the train the hogwarts express was based on passed us. The tour guide and driver had a great accent and ...
- 522 reviews
Rose St is famous for pub crawls with a pub every few yards for a mile! Narrow & lively, the street is pedestrianised & has many eateries & shops. Some pubs are unchanged for a century & are Edinburgh institutions others are modern bars.Popular withStudentsNightlifeTrendsters
- 572 reviews
Live music nights here are such fun! It's a hopping bar that it is packed early. I stayed for one beer, and found the selection to be pretty typical (in comparison to the other bars I visited), but this one was one of my favorites as it was such a fun night out.Popular withBudgetLocalTrendsters
- 604 reviews
Themed on Stevenson’s Jekyll and Hyde which was based on a real Edinburgh rogue. It is a rather traditional style pub with great ceilings. The restaurant is upstairs and there is bar food on the ground level. Very popular with tourists because of its location on the corner of Bank Street on the Royal Mile. In the summer I had ...Popular withAdventure