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Edinburgh is a city rich in history and full of iconic landmarks and major attractions. The most prominent of these is the beautiful Edinburgh Castle, sitting at the hub of this famous city. A trip to Edinburgh is not complete without a visit to this old residence of kings and queens of Scotland. Another must-see is the Royal Botanic Gardens, one of the finest gardens in the world. The city is also full of wonderful churches, galleries and museums. Additionally, Edinburgh takes pride in its abundance of trendy bars and top-class restaurants. These can largely be found along the Leith shore. All of our Edinburgh property rentals are centrally located, within easy reach of most of the main sights.

Each summer, Edinburgh plays host to the world-renowned Edinburgh Festival. This is a collective term for the many cultural and arts festivals that take place, usually over the month of August, in this great city. The largest of this is the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world's largest arts festival. The Fringe is the showcase for the performing arts, mostly featuring theatre and comedy. Some of Britain's most famous comedians and actors began their careers at the Fringe and the festival continues to delight and entertain year after year. As well as organised ticketed events, the Fringe includes a vibrant street fair along the Royal Mile.

Our holiday apartments for rent in Edinburgh are all conveniently located near the centre, making it easy to get around and explore this great city.

Events in Edinburgh

  • Edinburgh Art Festival

    The city's galleries, museums and visual art spaces combine to present the most exciting and intriguing of the modern and contemporary visual arts world, during the month of August.

  • Bridget Riley: Paintings 1963 - 2005 at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

    This focused display brings together a group of major paintings by Bridget Riley (b.1931) spanning over fifty years of the artist’s career to explore the dialogue between monochrome and colour in Riley's practice. Until 16th April 2017.

  • Joan Eardley | A Sense of Place at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

    Joan Eardley concentrated on two very different themes: the extraordinarily candid paintings of children in the Townhead area of Glasgow; and paintings of the fishing village of Catterline, just south of Aberdeen, with its leaden skies and wild sea. These two contrasting strands are the focus of this exhibition, which looks in detail at her working process. Until 21st May 2017.

  • Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

    The 2016 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo will take place from 5-27 August with performances on Monday to Friday at 9.00pm and on Saturday at 7.30pm and 10.30pm. There is no performance on Sunday.




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