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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Girl under a canopy of lights

Light up your Winter with these Dazzling Illuminated Trails

Edinburgh Winter Light Trails This winter, be dazzled and delighted by one of Edinburgh’s spectacular winter light trails. Walk through a trail of illuminated lanterns, light installations or projections and experience something truly special and unique. The perfect way to light up the darker winter evenings! Chinese Lanterns at Edinburgh Zoo Edinburgh Zoo is illuminated […]

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Edinburgh attractions lit up at night

Edinburgh Attractions not just for Kids

As a bustling hub of culture and history, Edinburgh isn’t short on things to do. And there are attractions in plentiful supply for both children and the young at heart. So, read on to get the rundown on our top five Edinburgh attractions not just for kids. National Museum of Scotland The National Museum of […]

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Skyline of Edinburgh's historic old town

Bizarre Edinburgh: Strange Facts you might not know

A Few Strange Edinburgh Facts  We all know there are plenty of interesting facts about Auld Reekie, but there are a fair few strange Edinburgh facts too. Here are some of our favourites … Home of the World’s Only Knighted Penguin One of Edinburgh Zoo’s resident king penguins also happens to be the official mascot […]

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