Things to do in Leith

Sitting just north of the beautiful city centre of Edinburgh is Leith, previously the old maritime centre. Having seen somewhat of a massive redevelopment from its previous ‘hey-day’ the area is now a popular escape from the hustle and bustle of the busy city with a range of dockside cafes, bars and Michelin star restaurants. However this just a small number of the various things to see and do in Leith.

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Edinburgh Travel - Buses, Trains, Car Hire & Cycling

Despite being the capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh is actually not that big. It's fairly compact, and one big advantage it has over other larger cities is that it's easier to maintain efficient public transport systems throughout the city. As a result, it does very well in providing a reliable and safe public transport system both city-wide and beyond.

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2017 Edinburgh Events

Boasting a population of 500,000, Edinburgh is known throughout the world for its eclectic nature and wealth of events to enjoy throughout the year. Countless businesses and individuals will take advantage of such features in 2017 and as a result, the city is becoming an increasingly popular option for festivals, conferences and various other gatherings of the masses.

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Best Ghost Tours & Underground Walks in Edinburgh

From the winding streets, spooky folklore, ominous underground vaults and eerie catacombs; there is no better place to take in the mysterious atmosphere of spectres and spooky stories than in Edinburgh. An Ideal destination for ghost hunters, thrill seekers and lovers of folklore, the city is considered be one of the most haunted cities in the UK, so you won’t be short on choice when it comes to finding a ghost tour to shatter your nerves and test your bravery!

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Things to do in Glasgow for Kids - Free Things & Indoor Activities

Pay a visit to Glasgow and you’re guaranteed to find plenty of things to do with the kids. Toddlers or teenagers, rain or shine, Scotland’s friendliest city (officially) has a wealth of interesting experiences to offer, indoor and out and none of them will break the bank.

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Sitting just north of the beautiful city centre of Edinburgh is Leith, previously the old maritime centre. Having seen somewhat of a massive redevelopment from its previous ‘hey-day’ the area is now a popular escape from the hustle and bustle of the busy city with a range of dockside cafes, bars and Michelin star restaurants. However this just a small number of the various things to see and do in Leith.

Despite being the capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh is actually not that big. It's fairly compact, and one big advantage it has over other larger cities is that it's easier to maintain efficient public transport systems throughout the city. As a result, it does very well in providing a reliable and safe public transport system both city-wide and beyond.

From the winding streets, spooky folklore, ominous underground vaults and eerie catacombs; there is no better place to take in the mysterious atmosphere of spectres and spooky stories than in Edinburgh. An Ideal destination for ghost hunters, thrill seekers and lovers of folklore, the city is considered be one of the most haunted cities in the UK, so you won’t be short on choice when it comes to finding a ghost tour to shatter your nerves and test your bravery!

Boasting a population of 500,000, Edinburgh is known throughout the world for its eclectic nature and wealth of events to enjoy throughout the year. Countless businesses and individuals will take advantage of such features in 2017 and as a result, the city is becoming an increasingly popular option for festivals, conferences and various other gatherings of the masses.

Pay a visit to Glasgow and you’re guaranteed to find plenty of things to do with the kids. Toddlers or teenagers, rain or shine, Scotland’s friendliest city (officially) has a wealth of interesting experiences to offer, indoor and out and none of them will break the bank.