Edinburgh Castle is Edinburgh's best known and most popular attraction and one of the most visited ancient monuments in Great ... More
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 Royal Apartments, the Crown Room, the Half Moon Battery, statues of Robert the Bruce and William Wallace, and the Esplanade to name but a few. The Esplanade is also the venue of the world-renowned Military Tattoo, with its music, marching and historical re-enactments. The castle is home to Scotland's most famous cannon - a 15th-century monstrosity called Mons Meg, which is fired every day except Sunday. In a more somber corner of the castle is the Witches' Well where over 300 women were burned between 1492-1722.
The Caledonian A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, The Caley, as it's known by locals, is an Edinburgh institution. Once a grand
Victorian railway hotel, it opened in 1903 above the now closed Princes Street railway station. Generations of visitors from ...
Express by Holiday Inn Edinburgh City Centre is in a Georgian building located within walking distance of Saint Andrew's Square
and approximately eight miles from Edinburgh Airport. This location is also within walking distance of the George Street and ...
This luxury hotel near Edinburgh Castle is in the heart of the city's historic Grassmarket. A rooftop restaurant with two
AA Rosettes affords guests incredible views of both the castle and Edinburgh's dramatic skyline. Staying here will put visitors ...