Although newer than Old Town, New Town was almost completely developed before the year 1850. New Town centers around Queen ... More
Although newer than Old Town, New Town was almost completely developed before the year 1850. New Town centers around Queen Street, George Street (after George III), and Princes Street. Originally intended to be a completely residential area, New Town now houses some excellent museums such as the National Gallery of Scotland, National Portrait Gallery, and Royal Scottish Academy, among others, and an excellent shopping district.
Quietly situated within walking distance of Princes Street, this Georgian town house is an attractive and convenient place to stay
in the New Town. Business travelers and overseas visitors tend to favor the Albany. This intimate setting was exquisitely ...
Edinburgh Castle is Edinburgh's best known and most popular attraction and one of the most visited ancient monuments in Great
Britain. It has breathtaking views of Edinburgh and tons to interest young and old alike the Great Hall and ...
Mercat Tours specialize in Gothic walks around the Old Town let your imagination run wild as you explore the historical
underground city and medieval winds. Tour guides are university trained historians with a flair for dramatic presentation, and you ...