Don’t Miss These Must-Do Activities in Edinburgh
From the imposing castle perched on a rocky outcrop to the Georgian terraces of New Town, the grandeur of Edinburgh pretty much never fails to impress visitors and locals alike. The Royal Mile reveals its fascinating history through narrow closes and whiskey shops, while the green bulk of Arthur’s Seat in Holyrood Park just begs to be climbed. Princes Street charms and entices with its mixture of shops and cafés—and when you want a dose (or two) of culture, museums such as the Scottish National Gallery, the Real Mary King’s Close, the Museum of Childhood, and Camera Obscura aren’t far away. See below for our top picks of experiences you can’t miss in the hilly, dynamic capital of Scotland.