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Not-to-miss St Andrew's Day Events in Edinburgh

St Andrew, or Andrew the Apostle, is the patron saint of Scotland. St Andrew’s Day on 30th November each year, is Scotland’s national day. It’s an official bank holiday and traditional Scottish events are held across the country in his honour. The perfect activity if you’re visiting Scotland and looking to experience some of our […]

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Things to look forward to in Edinburgh this Autumn

Experience Autumn in Edinburgh 2019 There is something magical about autumn in Edinburgh. The city is awash in hues of red and gold. The streets are quieter as the summer festivals are over for another year. And like the calm before the festive storm, the city takes a collective sigh of relief. A crisp autumn […]

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Halloween Festival in Edinburgh. Oh The Horror!

The Edinburgh Horror Festival is back once again to send shivers down your spine. So in preparation of all things ghoulish, gruesome and ghastly, we thought we’d share everything you need to know about this Halloween event. Edinburgh Horror Festival Returns The Edinburgh Horror Festival is a multi-art celebration of all things Halloween. It runs […]

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The Best Walks in Edinburgh this Autumn

Soak up Nature and History with Our Autumn Walks in Edinburgh The UK has had one of the best summers on record with glorious sunshine and warm weather. But, while summer might be winding down, according to the Met office, the warm temperatures are set to stay until October. So, this is the perfect time […]

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