8 Amazing Reasons Why You Should Visit Edinburgh At Least Once

A great destination for a day trip or a longer holiday, Edinburgh has a lot to offer in terms of things to do and sights to see. The city is especially appealing to those seeking architectural beauty, curious landmarks, and immersion in the Scottish way to be. When it comes to things to do in […]

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Your guide to Some of the Best Edinburgh’s Neighbourhoods

With its historic architecture, cobbled streets and Edinburgh Castle dominating the skyline, the Scottish capital is a beautiful hub of art and creativity, that’s brimming with neighbourhoods that each have a unique atmosphere. You can stop by Newhaven – a fishing village west of Leith, founded in the 1400s or visit Bruntsfield where James IV gathered the […]

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Your Essential guide to planning the best Edinburgh holiday in Scotland

Edinburgh, a wondrous fusion of old and new, is Scotland’s most visited city. The capital of Scotland has it all: the nine volcanic hills that shape its skyline, the Queen’s palace, a world-class botanic garden with its own library that holds a collection of almost 4,000 rare books dating back to the 15th century and […]

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12 Amazing things you have to see and do in beautiful Edinburgh

As I sat in the backseat of a taxi, watching the world pass by, I was surprised by how strikingly different the usually familiar places looked at 4 am. Ever since I became a mom, being awake at that hour is nothing new to me, but travelling to Dublin Airport through the dark night, as […]

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Top 10 things to do in Edinburgh this autumn that are good for your soul

I love autumn. I love autumn and I wait for it because it’s always amazing to see my favourite places shoving off different seasons coat. When summer fades away, when days are growing shorter, and suddenly temperatures don’t go over 10’C;  I know it’s a time of new beginnings and it’s time for my trip […]

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A beginner’s guide to Edinburgh: the best attractions in the city

Just over forty minutes by plane from Dublin is a place I try to see once a year and have always considered my second home. I never tried to conceal the fact that somewhere between living there, moving back to Ireland and revisiting Edinburgh city over the last 15 years, it slowly grew on me. I know […]

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