Visit Edinburgh - home to top-level Scottish Premier League teams - Hibernian F.C.and Heart of Midlothian F.C.! Travel to Edinburgh for the shopping, museums, pubs, and sights set in a unique Scottish atmosphere with imposing Victorian architecture. Besides being Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh has also long been the country’s cultural center. The city’s Old Town and the Royal Mile offer numerous eating, drinking and shopping options, in addition to museums and the Edinburgh Zoo.
For views of the city and the castle that dominates its center, nothing beats Calton Hill. If it seems the tourists are heading out of town, however, they’re likely headed to Rosslyn Chapel, made famous by Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code – just twenty minutes from the city and well worth a visit.
Historic Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital with long and rich heritage brought to life by its majestic cliff-top Edinburgh Castle. Home to the Scottish Parliament, the city explodes with festivity during Hogmanay in the winter and the legendary Edinburgh Festival in the summer.
Top attractions include Museum of Scotland, Our Dynamic Earth, Arthur's Seat, Royal Botanic Garden, National Gallery of Scotland, National Portrait Gallery, Royal Observatory Edinburgh Visitor Centre, Dalmeny House and Lauriston Castle. Visit Edinburgh, home to Murrayfield Stadium and the 2007 Rudgy World Cup in September.