Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, is heaven for tourists all around the world. The city has numerous historical places with rich architecture and beautiful designs.
The town contains multiple locations for the famous Outlander series and also serves as an inspiration for the Harry Potter series. Take a look at this video to know more about the city.
The Coffee Mill
Begin your morning gin Edinburgh with delicious breakfast at the Coffee Mill. The smoked salmon beagle, lasagne, scrambled eggs are some of the must-have food from Coffee Mill.
It is a perfect location for a tourist’s quick breakfast.
Hardcore fans of the Harry Potter can visit the magical Daigon lane in Edinburgh. Victoria Street at the end of the Royal Mile serves as an inspiration for the wizardry market in the harry potter series. The curves street is packed with shops on the ground floor and restaurants above them.
The Royal Mile
The Royal Mile is a large cobblestone stretch in the old town of Edinburgh. The royal mile is a museum of history with amazing structures all along. A few of the worth-mentioning must-visit places on the Royal Mile are Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile Market, Real Mary’s King Cross, Saint Giles Cathedral and the Scottish parliament.
The Museum of Childhood
The Museum of Childhood is a unique concept dedicated to the memories of childhood. It contains toys, games and activities of childhood from all generations. The museum also covers growing up, schooldays and its related memories. It will surely melt your heart to step back into your childhood.
Besides its historical importance, the Bakehouse Close became famous for holding Jamie’s print shop. You won’t be able to find Alexander Malcolm’s print shop as it was green-screened in the end. This deep archway is located on the Royal mile and is easily found.
The Scott Monument
The Scott Monument is one of the most iconic structures in Edinburgh. The memorial is a tribute to the famous writer Sir Walter Scott. The stained glass windows, the museum room, and the whole monument speak for the great writer and his contribution to literature.
Game of Thrones Whisky
Scotland has something for everyone. The Game of Thrones fan should not be disappointed as they will be able to have GOT themed whisky tour in Edinburgh. The limited-edition whiskies are named after the famous characters from the series.
Arthurs Seat is located on the highest hill of the Holyrood Park. This extinct volcano is a 40 minutes’ mild hike from the ground. The hill is not steep, and it’s an easy walk all the way to the top. Once you reach the highest point, enjoy the panoramic view of the city and the Holyrood park.
David Hume Monument
On the Royal mile outside the high court, there is the statue of Edinburgh’s famous philosopher David Hume. Seated on a chair, his right foot is exposed and is said bring luck to the one who touches it.
The Tartan Warehouse in the city of Edinburgh is a fantastic option for some shopping that will always make you remember your trip to Scotland. It is like a one-stop-shop and you can but loads of different and unique stuff from here.