Local guides are city specialists - giving you the best local recomendations for your stay.
Edinburgh celebrates Christmas in spectacular style with six weeks of festive entertainment. There's an enormous amount to see throughout the city.
Visit Edinburgh's charming West End, and enjoy some late night local shopping on 14th December.
Where's my favourite festival venue? It's …
There are over 500 venues in the Edinburgh Fringe alone! But where do the locals like to go?
Here come the festivals! Jazz & Blues, Arts, International, Book and Fringe - welcome to the whirlwind of culture that is Edinburgh in summer.
Summer in Edinburgh means sunshine and rain.. When the sun is shining, you need to grab the opportunity and get to the beach!
Transport yourself back to 1700s and discover …
Some days, it feels as though the rain will never end! But don't worry, there are still plenty of great places to visit on rainy days.
The Children's Festival is on this month (27th May to 4th June) and if you're planning a visit for a show, why not make it a full day (or longer!)
Love burgers? You'll LOVE this place
Edinburgh International Film Festival is nearly upon us! We've selected some nearby restaurants, perfect for dinner before or after your movie.
There are always new restaurants opening up in Edinburgh, and lately some of the best have been Mexican. We're loving the street food and laid back style!
There are 36 restaurants in Edinburgh that have been chosen for inclusion in the Michelin Guide. Take a look at a selection of our personal favourites.
Thinking of treating mum to lunch this Mother's Day, Sunday 26th March? We've chosen our top three family friendly restaurants in Edinburgh.
The Water of Leith has some of the prettiest walks in Edinburgh, a tranquil, magical journey from the foot of the Pentlands all the way to Leith Docks.
The best way to explore Edinburgh is on foot, and local guide Martin takes groups on walking tours around Edinburgh, sharing his passion for the city.
We love this welcoming little cafe in West Port, Grassmarket. With speciality coffee and mouthwatering cakes, we always make excuses to pop in..
Badger and Co is a great place for drinks and casual dining, the menu has an array of locally sourced and seasonal produce to delight the palate.
The Printing Press offers relaxed dining in a stylish restaurant that has an array of seasonal dishes from Scotland fantastic natural larder.
A fantastic new cheese and wine bar in Stockbridge.
This is a truly special fine dining restaurant in Stockbridge, with a welcoming atmosphere and incredible food.
A lovely little artisan bakery, well worth a detour for some freshly baked goods, all made with organic ingredients and a big dose of love!
A charming little basement bar, with a relaxed atmosphere, friendly staff and great selection of drinks and sharing platters.
Simple, straightforward and honest - that's what these friends wanted when they opened up a new bar and restaurant at the bottom of Broughton Street.
A simply unmissable and much loved attraction in Edinburgh, with so many things to see you'll return again and again!
If you're looking for some free entertainment on a rainy day (or any other day!) in Edinburgh, then pay a visit to the National Portrait Gallery.
This award winning market is stunningly located at the foot of Edinburgh Castle on Castle Terrace, and is on every Saturday between 9am and 2pm.
This gorgeous market is on every Sunday, 10am - 5pm. You'll find a range of local traders with the best in fish, meat, veg, cheeses, baked goods and more.
10 bars; 18 cafes and restaurants; 21 independent …
Packed with popular bars, a range of restaurants and some great independent shops, Broughton Street has so much to offer both locals and visitors.
A family run business, Loudon's is a welcoming cafe and artisan bakery providing Edinburgh with delicious breakfasts, lunches and cakes.
Edinburgh offers the best of both - dramatic …
Even in the middle of a city, it's possible to find some beautiful rural walks in Edinburgh.
Arthurs Seat is one of the most popular attractions in Edinburgh, only a short walk from the centre of the city.
Just 10 mins outside of the city centre, and free to visit, is this farm, with its farm shop, popular restaurant and fun outdoor play area.
Fed up with mainstream fashion? Looking for something innovative, exciting and bold? Make sure you visit Godiva, an independent fashion boutique
The Grassmarket is one of the liveliest areas in Edinburgh, with plenty of bars and restaurants, and a buzzing weekend market.
One the best places to picnic and people watch in Edinburgh, the Meadows are the largest park area in the city.
If you're looking for the best sushi in Edinburgh, look no further. EIther dine in or takeaway to enjoy in your holiday apartment.
Perfectly situated just a minute from Princes Street, the West End is a city centre destination but with an independent spirit and community.
For the first time visitor to Edinburgh, no trip would be complete without a visit to the Castle.