Edinburgh Castle is Stunning to see and the views of Edinburgh from it very beautiful
you better be fit to walk up the steep hill to reach it but its worth it
A must see and on the walk up to the castle enoy the beautiful old houses that still remain on The Royal Mile!
This small museum tells us about the history of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards.
Interesting place to visit...
Place where all the victims of the Scottisch Army are remembered...
Quiet place and no photos inside... of cource.
Edinburgh Castle is also the home of the One O'Clock Gun. This is fired every day except Sunday at precisely 1.00pm to provide everyone with an accurate check for their clocks and watches. It will certainly startle you if you are anywhere near the Castle at that moment!
Not this one unfortunately...:-)
Zucca is a stylish restaurant serving traditional Italian fare.
The carefully thought out menu focuses on locally sourced produce from Edinburgh’s Farmers market.You can dine inside or out.
Special offers on top table 2 for 1 on main courses.
2 courses £13.95.
We were seated upstairs, the ambience of the resturant was cosy, very nice for an intimate pre theatre dinner.
Food was really nice a good find.
Favorite Dish: Signature dishes include gnocchi with goat’s cheese, pesto and home-dried tomatoes; bolognese made with buffalo meat sourced from Fife’s Puddledub Farm; lamb stew made with meat sourced from the Hamilton’s farm in the Pentland hills; and a variety of seasonal risottos that reflect the chefs’ creativity. The menu showcases various other dishes ranging from the classical to the most innovative combination all based on a Mediterranean theme. There is also an impressive wine list offering the best each Italian region has to offer.
A jumping nightclub that mainly caters for younger generation, anything from aged 18- twenty somethings will love this place! Jam packed with a vip area the beautiful people (or they would like to think they are!) grace the floors of this happenin nightclub, music of all tastes, theme nights, and drinks promo`s not to mention event nights and cheap door entry on certain dates The City is PLACE TO GO
Dress Code: smart clubbin clothes
The Cavendish ( new name change Diva!) or The Dish as its known to us locals is a fab nightvlub to go to for a great night out as it has people of all ranges dancing their asses off and having a great time, great mix of music happens here, its situated in the Tollcross area of Edinburgh (west end), and is easily reached from The Grassmarket area.
Dress Code: Classy not trashy, usual clubbing gear lads NO TRAINERS wear trainers or sweat tops and you wont get in!