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As the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh (EDI) is one of the country's most popular destinations. In addition to the numerous attractions, the area surrounding the city is also beautiful and perfect for hiking, biking or long walks. If this is your first trip to Edinburgh (EDI), the best way to explore the city is with a knowledgeable local guide. They will know the city's secret corners and where the best bars and restaurants are. The Edinburgh Festival is held every year in summer and is made up of many different cultural events. There's also the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Edinburgh Military Tattoo Festival.
Edinburgh (EDI) is known for its beautiful countryside, and also for its many sights. Book your Edinburgh (EDI) flights now and go on a journey of discovery. A city tour will take you past the National Gallery of Scotland, the Royal Scottish Academy Building, Dean Gallery, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Music fans will also love Edinburgh (EDI), as Usher Hall is world-famous for its classical concerts. The Edinburgh Film Festival is held every year in the multiplex cinema. A ghost walk through the municipal graveyards makes things even more exciting.
But the area surrounding Edinburgh (EDI) is also always worth a visit. Book your Edinburgh (EDI) flights now and take a day out to the valley of Glen Coe, into the Highlands, or take up the search for the Loch Ness Monster. Whisky connoisseurs will love a tasting in one of the many distilleries. The city can also be explored in the summer with a hop on, hop off bus. It goes past all the major attractions. A tour through all the many pubs and a visit to the Hard Rock Café should be part of any true Edinburgh visit.