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Royal Yacht Britannia Edinburgh 3.4 km away
#1 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
A great day out and afternoon tea on board was superb Fascinating and with great views out onto the Foray of Forth - a perfect day !
This was a great tour, very informative, the audio guide was very interesting and full of facts giving a wonderful view of what life was like aboard the ship for both crew, visitors and of course the Royal Family.
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Edinburgh Old Town Edinburgh 0.9 km away
#2 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Fabulous city a mixture of old architecture & new, Royal Mile, & Caste are a must to explore, It offers a wide variety of shops, cafes , restaurants something for everyone Some of the views are to die for.
You'll find interesting shops, great shopping, fun pubs, interesting historical landmarks, libraries, nightclubs, and many wonderful monuments to some of our world's greatest thinkers.
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#3 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
We loved camera Obscura, the illusions in all floors but most of all we loved the last floor where our guide showed us how the camera works!! Excellent view on the top also!! Highly recommended for family with kid...
Perfect for a rainy day but also great during sunshine as there is an amazing rooftop section with incredible views over the city so I would urge you to fit this into your Edinburgh trip if possible :)
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Royal Mile Edinburgh 0.8 km away
#4 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Packed with shops, quirky transformed church, cafes, quaint pubs, bag pipers, cobbles, shops, whisky tasting, camera obscura is a must!And make it all the way to the castle for some fab views.
Stroll the mile, view the Castle Esplanade, Castle Hill, Lawnmarket, High Street, Cannon Gate, Holyrood Palace, shops, restaurants, galleries, bars, cobblestones, history, tradition all equate to a lively atmosphe...
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Edinburgh Castle Edinburgh 0.6 km away
#5 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Amazing Just Amazing highly recommend to anyone going to Scotland, great history and amazing sites from the top of the castle, also go on the old mile great shops and food.
Fantastic views, amazing history, crown jewels, stone of destiny, canons roar, a bit crowded, well maintained, great military history museum... Recommend Very Highly!
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The Real Mary King's Close Edinburgh 0.9 km away
#6 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Great one hour trip plenty information well given by great guide Loyd Fantasy to see this well done preserved heritage site Can only recommend for all to visit very unusual tour probably one of a kind Defiantly pu...
You will be guided around the site by very knowledgeable and interesting character guides who provide great entertainment during the tour.
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St Andrews Links St Andrews
#1 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in St Andrews
Played the Castle Golf Course at St Andrew on a windy March day, will definitely go back the course is fantastic, views are breath taking & hospitality and attention to detail by all of he staff is 5star.
... on Sundays we were able to walk the course to see up close the layout of each hole, the depth and size of the bunkers, the size and undulations of the greens, and the historic Swilcan Bridge, amongst other sites.
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Inchcolm Abbey and Island South Queensferry 10.5 km away
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in South Queensferry
Walks around the island offer stunning views, chance to explore WW2 fortifications and wonderful encounters with wild life.
Inchcolm Abbey is a wonderful medieval site; the ferry boat over, passing by Aberdour Castle, well worth the price of fare; exciting adventure
The Swilcan Bridge St Andrews
#2 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in St Andrews
I'm biased as I love everything St Andrews bit this visit was frosty but sunny and perfect for a pic on the bridge whilst taking in the view of the historic and infamous golf course.
Beautiful sights, specially if you are in love with nature and taking pictures!
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#1 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
Over the years, "Historic Scotland " have created an interesting historic landmark for tourists to visit and learn about Andrew Carnegie who was born and lived as a child in the house in the 19th century.
This museum is the house where Andrew Carnegie was born, staff were great and gave us a lot of info on how best to view, lots of interactive stuff to keep you interested
Tantallon Castle North Berwick 36.2 km away
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in North Berwick
Located on the stunning east coast of East Lothian this castle sits right atop the cliff, amazing views out over the Forth onto the Bass Rock, great castle to explore with a fascinating history, a great day out fo...
It's a great castle to explore and has fantastic views of the Bass Rock and even has a free telescope where you can get a very good close up of the sea birds on the rock.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Edinburgh 1.3 km away
#8 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
The views are spectacular (the best views of Edinburgh in my opinion), the glass houses remarkable and fascinating, the rock garden a labyrinth of wonder - so many oases of delight within a city oasis.
An excellent day out ,wandering around the many gardens and taking in the views ,the glasshouses are wonderful with 100s of different flowers and plants giving you many beautiful sights and smells ,could be diffic...
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Holyrood Park Edinburgh 2.4 km away
#9 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
A unique oasis in the heart of the ancient city, Holyrood Park provides peace and respite from the bustles of city life, leisure and space for the active as well as magnificent views of the entire city; from the c...
You can take a walk on the hills, take a selfie with the birds near the lochs, there are glens and basalt cliffs from which you can also have a wonderful view around the city.
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Linlithgow Palace Linlithgow 24.9 km away
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Linlithgow
Beautiful castle loved the fountain with all the faces beautiful amazing views next to st Michaels parish amazing church and then the loch a great visit plenty of stairs so close to the train station .
Wander up a quiet lane behind some shops, and past Saint Michael's Parish Church (amazing metallic spire on the church!!) and it then opens out into a large plateau where the Palace rises into view!
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Forth Bridge North Queensferry
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in North Queensferry
Like a great work of art this beautifully crafted bridge spans the Forth and is wonderful to view from either side of the water but especially spectacular close up on the North Queensferry side.
It is highly recommended to visit from either end (or both!), and for rail and engineering buffs, taking the train across is highly recommended, and if detraining at North Queensferry, some excellent views of the...
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Gilmerton Cove Edinburgh 6.9 km away
#10 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
I was privileged enough to be able to have a solo tour with Margaretanne - an excellent and extremely approachable guide with a wealth of accessible knowledge about the site and the many theories surrounding it -...
Our tour guide was really friendly and helpful and she provided lots of great info about this historic site.
The Kelpies Falkirk 35.2 km away
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Falkirk
Superb and helpful staff, a brilliant cafe and the most wonderful landmark / statues / monuments / whatever I have ever seen.
Lovely area to walk and have coffee, snacks and a stroll about - the Kelpies are amazing to see and the restaurant on site is very nice with a good range of food to suit families.
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Rosslyn Chapel Roslin 11.2 km away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Roslin
Beautiful hidden gem just outside the city, a building that has hosted many different characters throughout the centuries and full of stories and legends, all very well told by the volunteers lecturing on site.
The displays in the Visitor Centre are accessible and informative without overwhelming you and you can enjoy a cuppa in the small but clean and comfortable cafe with its lovely views out.
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#2 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
Excellent view points at every corner and Brilliant for us budding photographers.
... quite busy.Decent indoor and outdoor viewing areas, the laptimers on the karts always work, kit provided but you can bring your own, good on site cafe just across the way,and great views across the Forth Valley.
Xtreme Karting Falkirk Falkirk 40.0 km away
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Falkirk
The karts are quick and well looked after and the site has all the facilities needed.
Dirleton Castle Dirleton 28.3 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Dirleton
Lovely grounds with a truly dramatic coastal view, perfect for picnics and relaxing or exploring till your heart's content.
Large extensive ruins, with many rooms, nooks and cranny's to explore, and some excellent views out to sea and inland.
Craigmillar Castle Edinburgh 4.4 km away
#11 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
I enjoyed revisiting the scenes in my mind whilst walking around this amazing castle!!! Outlander aside.....this castle is immaculate, with great views from the top!
A wonderful piece of Scottish history and a fantastic castle with a great view of Edinburgh from the castle walls!
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Blackness Castle Edinburgh 20.3 km away
#12 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Brilliant place with beautiful views across the fourth, staff are very helpful & friendly, the castle has so much to explore with plenty information boards, places to eat picnic outside weather depending, also can...
Great day out here - absolutely fabulous location right on the shores of the Firth of Forth with sweeping views over the river, down to the (now) three bridges and up river with wonderful sights of the surrounding...
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John Muir's Birthplace Dunbar 43.1 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Dunbar
An amazing walk from the harbour , on past the ruins of the castle & fantastic sea views, walking along the coastal path past the golf course , then turning left to head back into the town.
All sights and views that John Muir spent 11 formative years soaking up, and inspired his incredible life.
Georgian House Edinburgh 0.4 km away
#13 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
We was lucky to view this National Trust house as a free attraction last weekend whilst we was at the Edinburgh Christmas Market, the house is original and in keeping with the Georgian period, staff are friendly a...
This meticulously restored Georgian House was one of our favorite sights.
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Calton Hill Edinburgh 1.3 km away
#14 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Fun place to hang out with friends Fabulous views of Edinburgh inc of Arthurs Seat Great place to take a picnic & watch the sunset And maybe see the occasional kilted Scotsman walking his dog
James had photo insight, and unique locations from which to capture the best views of several of the monuments, as well as providing lots of historical knowledge about the various sights, and even some Scottish le...
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Dean Village Edinburgh 0.9 km away
#15 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Dean Village has lovely old buildings and cobbled streets.Very peaceful and a nice view of terraced gardens also.There is also a lovely Victorian Cemetery off of Dean Path.Opened in 1846, Dean Cemetery is built on...
The bonus was getting away from the thousands of people crammed onto the Royal Mile! Peaceful, beautiful views and perfect photography spot.
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#3 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in St Andrews
Also loads and loads of beautiful grave stones so pretty to look at so sad to see so many graves .The OUTSTANDING St Rules tower it was amazingly tall with an amazing 156 STEPS absolutely amazing view from the top...
The cathedral itself has a wonderful history and the lawns and the adjoining areas are a delight to walk around and soak in the sights and the sounds.
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Culross Palace Culross
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Culross
We were fortunate to visit Culross on a beautiful warm sunny day which added to the beauty of the palace gardens... smallish but gorgeous with stunning views over the Firth of the Forth.
The Palace itself is interesting, but it is well worth visiting the garden behind it and going right to the top for the most wonderful view of the rooftops and the spectacular Firth of Forth.
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Greyfriars Kirkyard Edinburgh 1.1 km away
#16 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Well worth the stop - fascinating site, with a "mort safe", names now known through the Potter series, and a view of the ancient city wall.
The place also gives some interesting views of the roofs of the historical city and how they probably inspired the writer of Harry Potter.
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