Edinburgh’s Koolyst City Guide

We love Edinburgh – it’s charm, history, cobbled streets, architecture, and it’s many festivals, including the world renowned Edinburgh Festival Fringe where our city becomes a culture hub for the whole month of August. Scotland’s Capital is full of amazing bars, cafes and restaurants, along with many theatres, museums and art galleries. You will be sure to enjoy some friendly Scottish hospitality when you visit.

Why not head along to the National Museum of Scotland, or visit the Palace of Holyroodhouse, or if you are feeling adventurous you can even climb Arthur’s Seat. Immerse yourself in the history of Edinburgh with a guided ghost tour, or learn all about Burke and Hare and their body snatching ways at Edinburgh Dungeons. And, if you are a Harry Potter fan then you are in luck, as Edinburgh is where it all started.

The Best of Edinburgh

The Best Things to do in Edinburgh with Teenagers

Edinburgh is a city with so many diverse things going on. It’s great for little kids and adults, but we are always being asked for suggestions for family fun with teenagers. Below are just some of our suggestions to keep the older kids off their phones, and in the present:- Foxlake Adventures Located just outside […]

15 of the Best Spots to Get that Instagram Shot in Edinburgh

If you are an avid Instagram user, then you will know the phrase “it’s all about the ‘gram”  – this means getting the perfect shot for your grid, and going to great lengths to make sure it’s Instagram-worthy. We all know that Edinburgh is stunning, so below we have created a list of where we […]

The Best Escape Rooms in Edinburgh

Escape Rooms are vastly becoming a popular way to spend time having fun with friends or with family. We have rounded up some of the best that Edinburgh has to offer. But the question is, can you escape? Department of Magic What trip to Edinburgh, home of medieval witches & wizards, would be complete without […]

News & Reviews

Last Chance to See Three Fascinating Exhibitions at Edinburgh’s City Art Centre

In March 2020, three of Museums & Galleries Edinburgh’s popular exhibitions will close their doors after hugely successful seasons at the City Art Centre. The first closes on 1st March so make sure you check out these fascinating exhibitions while you can. Beneath the Surface – closes 1 March A a group exhibition featuring work […]

The Old Vic, Nuffield Southampton Theatres, Underbelly Productions and Wardrobe Ensemble Present the World Premiere of Judith Kerr’s Mog the Forgetful Cat

The fully-staged world premiere production will open at Nuffield Southampton Theatres (16 – 25 July) before heading to McEwan Hall with Underbelly at Edinburgh Fringe (5 – 30 August). Further dates to be announced. The acclaimed Wardrobe Ensemble adapt Judith Kerr’s beloved and iconic stories in a first-ever stage version of Mog, the final author-approved […]

A Respected Restaurateur Trained by a Michelin Star Chef Is Set to Give Back to His Local Community

A well respected foodie who has catered for some of Formula One’s biggest racing stars is embarking on his own culinary quest. Mark Patonyi, from Tata, Hungary, has opened his own restaurant in one of Edinburgh’s most desirable dining destinations. Pier Brasserie boasts views of the famous Forth Bridges as well as the iconic Newhaven […]

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