Cover the entire city and see the landmarks at your pace.
This tour will take you to the New Town that is popular for beautiful Georgian houses. The bus rides south after Charlotte Square where it passes through the Royal Scottish Academy and the National Gallery, taking you to the Old Town. The route covers a drive through the Grassmarket has popular pubs and shops and you can also witness the Scottish Parliament and the Dynamic Earth.
Edinburgh's new town has emerged as a wonder of urban planning and is known for its Neo-classical architecture. The new town is the artistic center of the Scottish capital and it has three art galleries of national recognition nearby.
Grassmarket in Old Town Edinburgh is a historic marketplace. It comprises appealing boutiques and shops with lots of local products offered by skillful artisans, merchants, and designers. Not only a busy shopping area, but Grassmarket is also a place where you can find amazing pubs, restaurants, and cafes. It is where you can admire the medieval architecture and ancient cobbled streets.
Scotland Parliament is situated at Edinburgh’s popular Royal Mile. The building is constructed from a mixture of oak, steel, and granite. Today it is one of the most innovative designs in the UK. Visit Dynamic Earth and experience the extraordinary. It is an opportunity to experience nature forces and their role in creating the planet. You can enjoy a space journey and embark on a lifetime adventure around the world.
Majestic Edinburgh Tour:
This route takes you to the north through the Georgian New Town to the Royal Botanic Garden before the bus heads down to the Newhaven coast, Leith, and Royal Yacht Britannia. From there, the bus heads back to the Edinburgh city center via the Palace of Holyroodhouse and the Royal Mile.
The Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh is a popular botanic garden that serves as the perfect place for a family get-together. Tourists love the amazing views there and you can observe the city’s skyline showcasing Edinburgh’s castle. Discover the history of the garden and know about the plantings and stroll around the mesmerizing landscape.
A trip to Edinburgh is incomplete when you do not visit the Palace of Holyroodhouse. It is the official residence of the Queen. The residence is situated at the end of Royal Mile. The Royal Mile Street connects Edinburgh’s Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse and it should not be missed. The street is full of amazing buildings, cafes, and shops which you must explore.
Edinburgh City Sightseeing Tour:
The hop-on hop-off starts out along Princes Street. You can admire the beautiful views of Edinburgh Castle. The bus drives along Canongate and passes through the Scottish Parliament and Calton Hill. Pass through the Palace of Holyroodhouse which is the official residence of Scotland’s Queen. Edinburgh’s Castle is worth the attention it gets from locals and tourists alike. It is iconic and looms over the second extinct volcano of the city and reminds you about the city’s history.
Here you can witness Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile. Sightseeing gives you the opportunity to discover many secrets of the city. You can visit the cozy café and experience Edinburgh’s vibes. If you want an affordable journey and looking for the local experience and want to stroll around the cobbled streets, Edinburgh welcomes you.
You will be amazed by visiting the Palace of Holyroodhouse where tourists can explore Historic State Apartments which are the ruins of ancient royal gardens and Holyrood Abbey. It is the home of Mary and is used by the State official for entertaining and State ceremonies.