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  • City Sightseeing Edinburgh: 24-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

    1. City Sightseeing Edinburgh: 24-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

    Tour Edinburgh to your own schedule on the open-top sightseeing bus, and enjoy the onboard commentary that describes the history behind the lively city. Compare Edinburgh's Old Town, where families lived in cramped conditions and rubbish was thrown out of the windows, to the elegant Georgian New Town, with its 3 main streets and square at either end. Hear about the hangings that took place in the Grassmarket as you marvel at the impenetrable Castle Rock above you, and hear about historic attempts to capture Edinburgh Castle. Drive along the Royal Mile, which joins Edinburgh Castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Use the 24-hour ticket to hop on and off as you please. With great visitor attractions, museums, galleries, and restaurants to suit every taste and budget, Edinburgh's got it all! Buses run every 10-20 minutes, making the following loop: Tour Stops: 1. St Andrew Square - Norths...

    Luckily we had a dry day so were able to sit upstairs. I always take a bus tour in a new city, great way to see all the sights. Our guide spoke clearly and had interesting comments to me. Most enjoyable

  • Edinburgh: Royal Attractions with Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tours

    2. Edinburgh: Royal Attractions with Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tours

    Experience stunning city views and natural vistas with this 48-hour Royal Edinburgh Ticket, and learn Edinburgh's history and culture as your tour. Easy to use, the all-inclusive ticket is fantastic value if you want to go to Edinburgh Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, and the Royal Yacht Britannia. The ticket also includes 48-hour unlimited travel on three of Edinburgh's hop-on-hop-off bus tours; Edinburgh City Sightseeing, Edinburgh Tour and Majestic Tour. Use the bus to reach the attractions, leaving the city behind and heading to the coast at Newhaven through Edinburgh’s New Town. With stops for the Royal Botanic Garden and Royal Yacht Britannia, it couldn’t be simpler. As the bus returns to the city center, you can jump off at the Palace of Holyroodhouse and the Canongate section of the Royal Mile to walk up to Edinburgh Castle. A multi-language audio commentary in English, G...

    Great value for money to use 3 bus services and for 48 hours it was great value. The attractions were all very good , bought separately this has saved us about £50 and we used the bus all day on both days to go to different areas of the city and not just the attractions

  • Edinburgh: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour

    3. 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: Guided Tour in French

    4. 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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What people are saying about Scott Monument

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 106 reviews

Helpful staff when collecting the tickets, informative commentary on the tours. Handy for getting about the city. The three attractions were interesting and informative. Top tip - do Britannia and holyroodhouse palace in one day and Edinburgh castle on a different day.

The staff at the start were very efficient and friendly in organising our tickets for the activities. They make the journeys special, a bit of humour,laughing at themselves and always giving interesting facts along the way.

Great activity to do. You get to see all around Edinburgh and get on and off at your leisure. Even better that we found out we could use 2 other buses with this ticket and that they lasted for 24 hours. Very much worth it!

Excellent services but better to buy your tour tickets at pick up points works out cheaper than buying on line thanks

Worth every penny! Easy to purchase tickets using the app.