Edinburgh, Scotland

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It’s one of the most beautiful and most historical cities in Europe. And it is the capital city of Scotland, since 1437. Every street in Edinburgh smells history. It is located on the southern of the country, close to the North Sea. And the old and new towns of Edinburgh were proclaimed World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1995.

How much is average daily food costs?
The costs are changing between 2$ and 200$.

How much is average daily hotel costs?
The costs are changing between 30-35$ and 1000$+ per night.

Where can we eat?

Wildfire: That luxury restaurant can give you a great romantic dinner. British and Scottish foods are here, and awesome. Soups, seafoods… You’re gonna love this restaurant.

Island View Cafe: Great view… Great island view, and great place to breakfast.

Cafe Amalfi: That lovely coffee will give you some delicious cookies and coffees. Believe me!

Colonnades: Best afternoon tea in Edinburgh. Don’t think about it, just come here.

What about the transport?

From the airport to the city: You can use the bus, the trip takes about 20 or 25 minutes. And the best choice is walking in the city. Places to see are closing to the city center. The taxi prices are a little bit expensive.

What will we do?

Edinburgh Castle: It’s a huge and historical castle. Perfect location. You can see the castle everywhere in the city. The entry prices:

Adults(16-59 years old): £16.50
Childs(5-15 years old): £9.90
Adults(60+ years and unemployed): £13.20
Childs(Under 5 years): Free

Edinburgh Old Town: It’s the old part of the city. The town was founded in the 4-5th century. You will see the houses are different than others. You’re gonna love this place.

Palace of Hollyroodhouse: The castle was built slowly, and it was finished about 300 years ago. It’s magical and charming. And it is the official place of the British monarch in Scotland. Royal Family spend a couple week in this palace at the beginning of each summer. The palace is open to public, except when members of the family are in the house. The entry prices:

Adults: £12.00
Adults(60+ years) or students: £11.00
Childs(Under 17 years): £7.20
Childs(Under 5 years): Free
Family(2 adults + 3 childs): £31.20

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