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The Dome is one of Edinburgh's most famous landmarks. This award winning bar and restaurant is recognised as one of the best in the city. A must visit at Christmas time!
one of the Edinburgh's most spectacular bars, in which all that remains is for James Bonds to ask for a Hectic martini, but you can also taste cocktails and Scottish beer. In the New Town.
Pop in for a drink, or just a look! The central dome in the main bar is spectacular.
This is the premier place for food and drinks if you are looking for somewhere special, especially at Christmas!
The place to be seen. Enjoy a drink/meal before having a night out in George St. Lots of other bars in George St.
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“At 820 feet, Arthur's Seat is the highest point in the 640-acre Holyrood Park. The spectacular views from the top encompass the whole city all the way to the mouth of the Forth. The easiest way up is from Dunsapie Loch, where there's a good-sized car park. Alternatively, you can walk from the Old Town, heading up past the Dynamic Earth science center onto a path that leads from Queen's Drive. Also easy to climb are the dramatic Salisbury Crags, a series of 151-foot cliffs adjacent to Arthur's Seat. Other features in this huge park are the ancient cultivation terraces, some of the earliest and best-preserved examples of ancient farming practices in Scotland, and the picturesque ruins of the medieval, St. Anthony's Chapel.”
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“Edinburgh castle is at the top of the Royal Mile which is steeped in history. After exploring the castle (hear the 1pm cannon fire) walk down the Royal mile to Holyrood Palace. Explore some of the old side Closes to discover building dating back to when Edinburgh was build. Discover Edinburgh history on one of the city walking tours. At night, join a ghost tour and discover Edinburgh’s ‘underground’ streets and vaults. ”
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“Step into Tigerlily and discover Edinburgh’s most talked-about boutique hotel, bar and restaurant.”
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“Since opening in 2011, the National Museum has become one of Scotland's most popular attractions, and one of the best things to do for free in Edinburgh. Welcoming over two million visitors each year, it incorporates collections from a number of Edinburgh's older museums, with highlights including national archaeological collections; medieval artifacts; and displays focusing on natural history, geology, art, science, and technology. In its 16 galleries, containing more than 8,000 artifacts, are Dolly the sheep — the world's first cloned mammal — as well as some of Elton John's more elaborate stage costumes. Traditional museum displays also include material from Ancient Egypt and the infamous Maiden, an early form of guillotine. There's plenty to see and do here, so expect to spend at least three or four hours exploring. Guided tours are available, and two restaurants are located on-site. The Museum of Edinburgh is also worth a look, and features fascinating displays related to the city's long and rich history. So, too, is the Surgeons' Hall Museum. Set in the Royal College of Surgeons, this fascinating museum features collections relating to medicine and surgical procedures.”
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14 George St
Scotland, EH2 2PF
Puhelin+44 131 624 8624
Yes (incl. American Express)
Brunssi, happy hour
Baari, täydet anniskeluoikeudet, cocktailit
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