For people who have a taste of architecture and art together with interest in history and rich culture then Edinburgh is the ultimate destination for them. The place has medieval grandeurs that coexist with the modern day elements. The place is famous all over the world for its unique blend of ancient and the modern. It is a picturesque city which will never let a person down. Edinburgh is Scotland’s royal capital ever since the year 1437.
Edinburgh is most hospitable in terms if climatic conditions from the months of May to September. Most of the activities in this city take place in this time of the year. At the same time there are also many indoor activites which take place during the cold winters which simple makes the time fly. Edinbugh has so many things to see and to participate in.Just the sight of royal palaces is an experience of a lifetime. Moreover, there are also a wide range of galleries and museums which are filled with amazing works of art and at the same time of great historic value.
All those who visit Edinburgh can take advantage of the quality airways, road ways, rail ways and even the fast and effective water ways. Edinburgh is one of the main transport hub’s in East central Scotland. In short, the place is well connected to near and far off places.
ACCOMODATION AND RESTAURANTS:
The place is almost flooded with hotels, restaurants, pubs, nightclubs and bars. The Rose Street and the areas sorrounding it like, Grassmaret, Lothian Road, Bridges of Edinburgh are some of the most happening traditional places. George Street is also gaining popularity because of the opening of numerous pubs, bars, restaurants there. Visitors have a range of choice in terms of accomodation. Ranging from hotels, B&B, serviced accommodation, short-term flats to rent, luxury apartments for rent, long-term flats for rent. Rental flats are available through-out the year, from 1 bedroom to 5 bedroom and plus. Rent flats in Edinburgh from days to weeks to months, depending on your needs.
LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY:
The city is also famous for its literature and philosophy. Some of its famous writers and philosophers are, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sir Arthur Canon Doyle, James Boswell, J.K Rowling, Sir Walter Scott and Ian Ranking. These all have lived and worked in Edinburgh.
THE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL:
The summer festivals in Edinburgh are loaded with celebrations. Around two million tickets are sold which are for more than thirty thousand shows. This is considered to be the largest art festival around the world.
LIBERARIES AND MUSUEMS:
Edinburgh is famously considered to be the home of museums. It has plenty of historical museums and public liberaries. The Museum of Scotland, Royal Museum, Museum of Childhood, National War Museum, National Liberary of Scotland and the Royal Society of Edinburgh are amongst the most sought after destinations in Edinburgh.