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Edinburgh: 20-Mile Cycling Loop Tour

1. Edinburgh: 20-Mile Cycling Loop Tour

Your meeting for this experience will be at the Bridgend Farmhouse, 10 minutes by car from The Royal Mile. From there, you'll start your ride out towards the Union Canal. You soon drop down to the Water of Leith and onto Dean Village. From there, continue your route to the Port of Leith for refreshments. Portobello Beach is a long promenade with an uninterrupted cycle path. Later, you complete your circle by going through the Innocent Tunnel and back to the Meadows. This is a 20-mile round-trip, throughout which you are invited to take it slow to ensure you have enough time to take photos and observe your surroundings.

Edinburgh: Romanticism and Georgian Era Guided Walking Tour

2. Edinburgh: Romanticism and Georgian Era Guided Walking Tour

Why do we call Edinburgh the Athens of the North? What led the city to plan and build a brand new district that is today the best preserved and the largest example of Georgian architecture in the world? Discover the Age of the Enlightenment and learn about the world-renowned scientists and authors who were born in or visited Edinburgh. Discover the lovely Dean Village and enjoy the breath-taking views of the city from Calton Hill for this 2h private guided tour.

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

This is an excellent cycling trip and we got to see parts of Edinburgh I didn’t know existed. Fantastic, knowledgeable and friendly guide. The starting point was very easy to get to using local transport and the bike was very comfortable.