Edinburgh is a historical treasure trove! The city is overflowed with more than 4,500 heritage buildings. And while the charming Old Town is brimming with the ghosts of medieval poets and merchants, the festive Georgian style New Town is decorated with sandstone block facades, cobbled roads and pillars. Unfairly neglected by tourists coming to UK due to London's prevalence, the city seems custom-made for travelers - with a great choice of hostels, monuments, flexible means of transportation and Edinburgh Airport, you can enjoy the city in vibrant yet still soothing vibes.
Edinburgh has a long history, rich culture and a strong spirit that will captivate you completely.
Hike to the highest summit of the city’s seven peaks, Arthur’s Seat, and see the Scottish capital in all her glory. Many believe that it was the location of King Arthur’s legendary castle, Camelot. In addition to its historical prestige, Edinburgh has thrived in the field of knowledge, which has earned the city the title “the Athens of the North”. Edinburgh has given us intellectual giants such as Charles Darwin, Alexander Bell and David Hume. The city is best explored by foot or public transportation, but do not get to static - what Scotland is most famous for is the nature, wonderful greenness, hills and valleys with small and charming villages. To experience the most, reserve a car hire and you will be set for an amazing road trip.