Firth of Forth in Edinburgh – Beautiful estuary to look, admire and enjoy clicking pictures in Edinburgh

View of Firth of Forth, Edinburgh

Edinburgh, the beautiful city and also the capital of Scotland have many attractions to visit and you have the best holiday villas in Edinburgh with round the clock services, which will make people to enjoy splendid holiday in Edinburgh with family and friends. A beautiful and interesting viewpoint in Edinburgh city which you shall visit and admire when you’re holidaying in Edinburgh is Firth of Forth, a popular estuary of Scottish rivers like River Forth and other rivers meeting the North Sea in Scotland. From the main city centre of Edinburgh, you shall reach Firth of Forth by travelling 20 mile, following the directions. Across the Firth of Forth the popular Forth Bridge, a cantilever railway bridge which was built during 19th century and popularly acknowledged as a symbol of Scotland and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Edinburgh, Scotland. Do admire the natural beauty of estuary, click pictures at Firth of Forth, which is a popular & iconic tourist destination to visit in Edinburgh, when you’re holidaying in Edinburgh.

Leith Links of Edinburgh – Amazing open green space in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, the beautiful city and also the capital of Scotland have many attractions to visit and you have the best holiday villas in Edinburgh with round the clock services, which will make people to enjoy splendid holiday in Edinburgh with family and friends. A calm, verdurous, family-friendly destination to visit on a relaxed morning (or) evening, while holidaying in Edinburgh is Leith Links, a open green space in Leith(port area of Edinburgh in the north) in Edinburgh city. From Edinburgh’s main city centre, you shall reach the Leith Links by travelling just 2 mile towards the Leith area of Edinburgh, following the directions. With enormous of green space, children’s play area, and play area for football, cricket, tennis and much more. During the end of 17th century, Leith Links was used as golf course for Open Championship, and considered one of the world’s greatest courses. Do visit Leith Links of Edinburgh, which is filled with around 200 beautiful, rare, old & mature trees and verdurous ambience which’ll give peace and harmony to mind, when you’re holidaying in Edinburgh.

Visit the beautiful, old & class combination of Scottish Pub & Food in Edinburgh – The Sheep Heid Inn of Edinburgh

Edinburgh, Scotland’s amazing capital welcome tourists throughout the year with it’s beautiful attractions and you can also find spectacular holiday villas in Edinburgh that’ll let you enjoy great holidaying with family and friends. If you’re looking for a best pub, bar and a restaurant while holidaying in Edinburgh then you shall visit the famous ‘The Sheep Heid Inn‘ of Edinburgh, which is located 3 mile away & south to the main city centre of Edinburgh. Though the current building where the inn functions belongs to 18th century, there are traces which shows that there have been a inn since 14th century and undergone changes in time. The Sheep Heid Inn is one of the finest combination of a premium Scottish pub with a bar & a Scottish restaurant together and the ‘Old Town’ look makes the inn more beautiful and pleasant. If you’re visiting with your friends, then don’t miss the Skittle alley of The Sheep Heid Inn, which is considered as ‘one of the best part of this inn’. Do visit The Sheep Heid Inn, which is one of the best, old Scottish pub & restaurant suitable for both family & friends to visit and enjoy & shouldn’t be missed while holidaying in Edinburgh.

The Ship on the Shore of Edinburgh – Romantic waterfront seafood restaurant in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, the beautiful city and also the capital of Scotland have many attractions to visit and you have the best holiday villas in Edinburgh with round the clock services, which will make people to enjoy splendid holiday in Edinburgh with family and friends. Visiting the best cafés, restaurants and hotels of a city is one of the best way to enjoy your holidays in a city and you’ve got many beautiful restaurants in Edinburgh city to visit and eat delicious dishes during your ‘Edinburgh holidays’. One such beautiful restaurant in Edinburgh that offers amazing cuisines of fish, seafood along with a Champagne bar is The Ship on the Shore, a popular restaurant with waterfront ambience. From Edinburgh’s city centre you shall reach The Ship on the Shore by travelling 2.4 mile in north towards coastal line of Edinburgh. People describe ‘The Ship on the Shore’ as; Scotland’s best seafood dining experience served with champagne and fine wines. You can visit to ‘The Ship on the Shore’ for breakfast (or) lunch (or) dinner, since, the waterfront views and the breeze in the air makes your visit ‘beautiful’, no matter at what time you visit. Couples who’ve visited Edinburgh for honeymoon and couples who didn’t bring kids shall prefer dinner at The Ship on the Shore, as nothing could be more romantic than sipping champagne and dining under dim lights with waterfront ambience. Do visit ‘The Ship on the Shore’ to admire the seafront views and taste seafood cuisines, while holidaying in Edinburgh.

Dr Neil’s Garden in Edinburgh – Secret Garden of Edinburgh

Edinburgh, Scotland’s amazing capital welcome tourists throughout the year with it’s beautiful attractions and you can also find spectacular holiday villas in Edinburgh that’ll let you enjoy great holidaying with family and friends. A beautiful garden of Edinburgh which is considered and actually is ‘a hidden gem of Edinburgh city’ and a must visit spot while holidaying in Edinburgh is the serene and spectacular Dr Neil’s Garden, a beautiful & verdurous garden. Dr Neil’s Garden is located behind a 12th century church in Duddingston village which is just 3 miles away from Edinburgh’s main city centre. Dr Neil’s Garden was created in a church land during the year 1963 which now, boasts itself as a beautiful secret garden of Edinburgh at the foot of popular Arthur’s Seat with pond, swans, walking trails, flower gardens, medicinal plants and Thomson’s tower(a unique octagonal building built during 1825) and peaceful ambience gifted with picturesque views. Don’t miss the spectacular Secret Garden of Edinburgh, when you’re holidaying in Edinburgh.

St Margaret’s Chapel in Edinburgh Castle – Simple yet beautiful chapel from 12th century in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, the beautiful city and also the capital of Scotland have many attractions to visit and you have the best holiday villas in Edinburgh with round the clock services, which makes people to enjoy a great holiday in Edinburgh with family and friends. There are many destinations in Edinburgh which appear simple, small but have been standing strong through ages and centuries and the St Margaret’s Chapel located in Edinburgh Castle is one such oldest surviving building of Scotland’s Edinburgh. Though small in size and appear like a simple chapel, you’ll be surprised to know that the St Margaret’s Chapel was constructed during 12th century with Romanesque style of architecture and also glass painted windows that still reflect good colors and add elegance to the chapel. No Edinburgh is complete without visiting the Edinburgh Castle and you shouldn’t miss admiring the St Margaret’s Chapel while you visit the Edinburgh Castle.

National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh – Most popular tourists’ destination in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, Scotland’s amazing capital welcome tourists throughout the year with it’s beautiful attractions and spectacular holiday villas found in Edinburgh city. One of the iconic and most popular tourists’ destination in Edinburgh of Scotland is the popular National Museum of Scotland, located just half-a-mile away from Edinburgh’s main city centre. Not only from inside but the National Museum of Scotland will take you in surprise in the ‘first encounter’ itself, since, the building of ‘National Museum of Scotland’ was built during the year 1866 which represents amazing Victorian Venetian Renaissance and modern architectural style. You can look at a large collections belonging to different time periods from ancient to present times in means of history, cultural, arts, architecture, antiques, science & technology. If you’re interested to look back into history and if you’re with your kids(Because, kids will definitely love museum!) then you shall visit National Museum of Scotland, when you’re in Edinburgh.

Lauriston Castle in Edinburgh – Historical tower house with beautiful gardens in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, the beautiful city and also the capital of Scotland have many attractions to visit and also consists the best holiday villas with round the clock services, which makes people to enjoy a great holiday in Edinburgh with family and friends. One of the beautiful and historical landmark to visit when you’re in Edinburgh is the popular Lauriston Castle, a 16th century tower house which is located nearly 5 miles away from Edinburgh’s main city centre. The Lauriston Castle looks so picturesque with stone-built structures surrounded by beautiful verdurous gardens which you’ll love when you visit and don’t miss the amazing Japanese garden, a beautiful addition in 21st century that constitutes about 1 hectare in Lauriston Castle’s gardens. Do visit the beautiful medieval castle the ‘Lauriston castle and it’s gardens’, when you’re holidaying in Edinburgh.

Visit the Museum of Childhood in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, Scotland’s beautiful capital have bunch of attractions to visit and also have amazing holiday villas with round the clock services, which makes tourists to enjoy a great holiday in Edinburgh with family and friends. There are many interesting destinations, museums to look at Edinburgh and one such beautiful museum that shall take you through your memory lane to your childhood when you visit is Museum of Childhood located in Royal Mile street of Edinburgh. You can look at a great collection of toys that ranges from 18th-21st century in the Museum of Childhood and also specialize in the history of childhood. The Museum of Childhood was established during the year 1955 and was moved to Royal Mile in the year 1957. Due to COVID-19 outbreak the Museum of Childhood is closed temporarily and may re-open during months of summer in Edinburgh.

Deep Sea World in Edinburgh-Beautiful aquarium to visit in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, Scotland’s amazing capital welcome tourists throughout the year with it’s beautiful attractions and spectacular holiday villas found in Edinburgh city. One of the beautiful destination to visit in Edinburgh that will let you enjoy a small travel, sightseeing of Edinburgh and make you ‘light’ while holidaying in Edinburgh is the popular Deep Sea World, a aquarium located in North Queensferry’s village, Scotland. From the main city centre of Edinburgh, you can reach Deep Sea World by travelling nearly 15 kilometres towards north-west leading to the village in North Queensferry, Scotland. Deep Sea World in Edinburgh was opened during the year 1993 and it consists numerous of marine animals, rare fishes, sharks, and many other sea animals inside various tanks and rock pools. The main attractions of Deep Sea World is; 1) the long transparent acrylic underwater viewing tunnel which stretch for about 112 metres and takes you for a close watch of marine animals and 2) a great collection of exotic fish and sand tiger sharks. Deep Sea World aquarium is one best destination to take family and kids while holidaying in Edinburgh.