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  • Edinburgh: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour

    1. Edinburgh: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour

    Discover Edinburgh’s historical, cultural, and architectural heritage on a small and intimate walking tour guided by one of the most knowledgeable locals possible. Stuart or Richard Usher, of Scotland's famous and historic House of Usher, or Dr. Alison Duncan, Scotland expert and professional historian, will guide you through this beautiful city. You’ll see many of the city’s highlights, including Usher Hall and Edinburgh Castle. You’ll walk along the Royal Mile, tour the interior of St. Giles Cathedral, and visit several of Edinburgh's famous landmarks. Your guide, has an extensive knowledge of Edinburgh's history and architecture and the many famous people that the city has produced over the centuries. They will share their knowledge of Edinburgh with you in an informative, personable, and enjoyable manner. Have no fear, as it won't all be serious stuff! Your guide will also show ...

    Stuart is so knowledgeable and knows anything and everything. He walks at a pace giving perfect breaks and make the trip memorable

  • Edinburgh: The Royal City Tour from London

    2. Edinburgh: The Royal City Tour from London

    Edinburgh The train from London's King Cross Station arrives at the Royal City of Edinburgh at around 11.30am. Right by the station you board the open-top sightseeing bus where you'll get a bird's-eye view of this majestic city! The hop-on hop-off ticket allows you the freedom to leave and re-join the bus as often as you like. You will see the Old Town quarter, the Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre, the gloriously intricate Scott Monument, the Palace of Holyrood House and the brand new Scottish Parliament building. You might want to wander through the cobbled city centre streets or stroll along Princes Street checking out the tartan, whisky and shortbreads that have made Scotland famous! Your tour includes tickets to Edinburgh Castle. The train back to Lo...

  • Edinburgh: Guided Tour in French

    3. Edinburgh: Guided Tour in French

    Come and explore the secrets of Edinburgh with a French tour guide on a unique guided tour mixing the Old Town and the New Town! This historical tour will give you a great overview of this city listed Unesco World Heritage Site while discovering its secrets. Soak in the Scottish atmosphere, culture, and traditions in this fantastic introductory guided tour to the Scottish Capital Your guide will take you through the typical narrow streets of the Old Town called Proches and then you will go on the large elegant streets of the Neoclassical New Town. Pass by must see monuments such as St Giles Cathedral and the Scott Monument. Your guide will talk about the various architectural styles of the city, the iconic characters of Scotland and the many Franco-Scottish connections and many more topics.

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based on 107 reviews

Our family had the pleasure of what felt like a personalised VIP tour of the city of Edinburgh by Stuart Usher. The information he gave was suitable for all generations, it was both extremely interesting and fun. Would strongly recommend this tour to anybody who visits this historic city. Michael, Sarah and girls

Stuart is so knowledgeable and knows anything and everything. He walks at a pace giving perfect breaks and make the trip memorable

It was a great experience getting to know from Stuart about the great City Edinburgh, it's culture, Architecture.

Best guide, even if he is his 80's, good historical background and very enjoyable person

A very interesting tour led by Stuart Usher, who is quite a character.