Explore iconic attractions of Edinburgh on a city tour sitting comfortably in a Mercedes mini coach. Splurge in Edinburgh's West End or indulge yourself in local pubs at Grassmarket. Visit the old town and discover some must-see sights at Lawnmarket.
Head on towards new town area of Charlotte Square and explore the shops of George Street. Enjoy a relaxing picnic in the beautiful St. Andrews Square. Take a walk on the Royal Mile and use the stop at Horse Wynd to trek over Arthur’s Seat and much more!
2 hoursStart time
09:45am, 12:15pm & 3:15pm
Edinburgh Waterloo Place, at the Rabbie's bus stop opposite Howie's Restaurant.
Same as the start point
Meet at the designated meeting point to kickstart your tour.
Get around Edinburgh on a City Tour. Travel along Princess Street and the all-time famous Scotts Monument, dedicated to the one and only Sir Walter Scott. Along your way, check out the famed castles and gardens on Princess Street.
Take your time to explore Edinburgh’s West End, get around the beautiful gardens at Princess Street and go shopping at William Street boutiques.
Head towards one of the most happening places in Edinburgh, the Grassmarket . Explore the wide variety of boutique shops with traditional Scottish pubs and restaurants.
Listen to the on-board commentary and get to know interesting stories about Edinburgh’s famous dog, Greyfriars Bobby! Visit the exquisite central university area of Edinburgh with stunning architecture. You might just chance upon to find locations that inspired the Harry Potter series! Don’t miss the chance to pay a visit to the famous Elephant Café on George IV Bridge, the birthplace of Harry Potter.
See some excellent attractions from the Royal Mile to Old Town, full of Edinburgh’s must-see sights and museums. If you want to go shopping and explore the New Town, then the famous George Street is the place. Listen to stories of the city’s New Town while admiring the beautiful gardens along the way.
Next, you will visit Dean bridge and Dean village. This was once a separate village and is packed full of charming cobbled lanes. You will get a view of Stewart’s Melville College and the galleries of Modern Art. You will pass through St Mary’s Cathedral, Melville Street followed by George Street and Queen Street before taking up Calton Hill. Then you will head towards the foot of Arthur’s Seat, where the regal Holyrood Palace is located. Before heading to Waterloo Palace, you will get a glimpse of Canongate, John Knox House and Scottish Storytelling Centre.
Voucher information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). AT this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Pack your waterproof clothing and walking shoes. Unfortunately persons under 5 years of age are not allowed on this tour.
Travel light: You are only allowed to carry 14 kgs of luggage on this tour. A carry-on bag plus a small bag is preferable as advised by the local authorities.
Learned so much. Loved it, will use them again....Mary Bennis, United States, 04/Jul/2017