Edinburgh and Scottish History
New Town guided tour
EDINBURGH WALKING TOUR IN NEW TOWN WITH SCOTTISH SWEETS
BETWEEN NATURE AND ARCHITECTURE
To the Goddess of the river,
Why do we call Edinburgh the Athens of the North? What led the city to plan and build the area that is today the best preserved and the largest example of Georgian architecture in the world?
During this 3h tour, walk in the streets of this 18th century World Heritage district, an area built as Edinburgh became the beating heart of innovation in the UK and at the forefront of the Enlightenment philosophy and new-classicism.
During this walk explore the other Edinburgh's face, discover the lovely Dean Village and enjoy the breath-taking views of the city from Calton Hill!
During your tour, try traditional Scottish sweets - it's important to not only see, but also taste our beautiful country!
3h Private Guided tour
Assortment of Scottish sweets
Note that VAT + 6% booking fee (from our online payment provider, not us !) will be added to the prices above.
Wear warm clothes and comfortable shoes. Cloaks, and kilts are of course welcome!
Raincoats or umbrellas are recommended.
What to bring with you?
Bring your confirmation, in your phone or printed to be checked by the guide
Departure Meeting point:
In front of National Records of Scotland, 2 Princes St, Edinburgh EH1 3YY
Look-out for our guides next to Wellington Sculpture
Romantic and picturesque
Discover Edinburgh's villages