View of Edinburgh in winter from Calton Hill

Things to Look Forward to in Edinburgh this January

Beat the January Blues in Edinburgh In January, after the Christmas and New Year holidays, we find ourselves back in the real world. Many people find this time of year rather gloomy. In fact, 20th January 2020 is Blue Monday, officially the saddest day of the year! If you’re feeling the January blues, here are […]

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Sparklers at a festival or celebration

Unmissable Edinburgh Festivals 2020

We are about to begin a whole new year in Edinburgh! So, let’s take a look at some of the must-see Edinburgh festivals of 2020. One for every month of the year! January: Burn’s Night Burn’s Night is an annual celebration of the life and works of Scotland’s National Poet, Robert Burns. Every year, on […]

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Writers Museum Edinburgh

The Write Stuff: Famous Edinburgh Authors

Our Favourite Edinburgh Writers Today is World Book Day. So, we’ve been looking at some of our favourite Edinburgh writers. Learning how they were inspired by our city, and how the city has celebrated them! Robert Burns (1759 – 1796) Rabbie Burns, perhaps the most famous Scots poet, was born in Ayrshire in the 18th […]

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Silhouette of Scottish Piper at sunset

Top Scottish Events of 2019

Plan Ahead with Our Guide for Things to Do in Scotland in 2019 If you’re planning ahead and looking for some fun things to do in Scotland in 2019, the country bursting with events. Rich in history, heritage, food and drink, and culture, our Scottish towns, cities and countryside have something for everyone. From exploring […]

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