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Built on extinct volcanoes atop an inlet from the North Sea (the Firth of Forth) and enveloped by rolling hills, lakes (lochs), and forests, Edinburgh invites exploration. This is a city of elegant streets, cobbled alleys, and incomparable sunsets.
Edinburgh (pronounced Edin-burra) is also a busy, noisy place with a spectacular landscape of hills and crags. The buildings of this vibrant capital city , from the historic houses of the Royal Mile to the elegant Georgian terraces and crescents of the New Town, offer the perfect complement to the natural setting. The city’s layout is linear, in a pattern set by Castle Rock and Castle Ridge, down which the Royal Mile descends to the palace of Holyroodhouse. North of this lies a shallow valley holding the lovely Princes Street Gardens, with Waverley Station, the city’s main railroad station at the eastern end. Above the gardens, and to the north is Edinburgh’s main street, Princes Street. This is an ideal vantage point from which to view the castle and Old Edinburgh.
Edinburgh’s famous castle is especially beautiful. Upon entering the city, it commands immediate attention. The eye of the visitor is drawn to the impressive structure rising high above everything else on its sheer granite cliffs. There are incredible panoramic views from the upper stories of the castle, including a clear view of the distant sea. The castle sits high on the huge rock formation that juts out as if in defiance of any who would seek to invade Edinburgh. Castle Rock, as it is known, is inaccessible on three sides, and has a long, descending ridge on the fourth side. More ...


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Featured hotel :  Hilton Edinburgh Airport Hotel
Hilton Edinburgh Airport Hotel Overview | Rates
At the Hilton Edinburgh Airport it is 'Beyond Business as Usual'. There is nothing typical about this hotel except it's location.A modern luxury hotel for the international or local business and leisure traveller, the Hilton Edinburgh Airport is located on the boundaries of Edinburgh Airport and is the gateway to Edinburgh, the Lothian's and Fife. As the premier full service hotel in the Airport area, the Hilton Edinburgh Airport features 150 well appointed guestrooms of which 27 are executive clubrooms, 4 disabled rooms, 6 family rooms and 11 office bedrooms. Book it Now!
Hotel review :  Apex International Hotel Edinburgh
Apex International Hotel Edinburgh Overview | Rates
A contemporary, design-led hotel. Use of natural resources and contemporary artwork provide a warm, comfortable environment. Renowned for friendly staff whom go out of their way to make your stay memorable. 175 rooms, many with stunning castle views. 2 restaurants including a rooftop, castle view restaurant. Rooms are spacious, welcoming and relaxing, some with free-standing separate power showers. Facilities and amenities in rooms include fridge, complimentary mineral water, complimentary fruit, selection of pillows. Book it Now!
Hotel review :  Roxburghe Hotel Edinburgh
Roxburghe Hotel Edinburgh Overview | Rates
This is one of Edinburgh's finest and most elegant hotels, in historic Charlotte Square. This city centre location is unrivalled and lies only minutes from Edinburgh Castle, Princes Street and George Street. Ideally positioned for the tourist and business traveller alike. A traditional hotel with modern technology. A luxurious country house in a city centre location, with period furniture and authentic fireplaces. Comfortable spacious bedrooms well equipped for the business traveller. Book it Now!