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Providing panoramic views of Edinburgh’s skyline, Calton Hill is a picturesque vantage point showcasing the city’s blend of architectural splendour. Crowned by the iconic National Monument and Nelson’s Monument, this elevated perch offers a serene escape from the bustle below. Visitors can savour breathtaking sunsets, admire the Athens-inspired Acropolis, and appreciate the significance of this UNESCO World Heritage Site in the heart of Scotland’s capital.
St Andrew Square
At the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town, St Andrew Square is a bustling hub of activity and elegance. The square is surrounded by neoclassical buildings and is anchored by the towering Melville Monument. Lined with upscale shops, restaurants, and cafes, St Andrew Square is a meeting point for locals and visitors alike.
West end of George Street
The west end of George Street is a chic and sophisticated quarter in the heart of New Town, lined with Georgian townhouses.
Stockbridge & Dean Village
Tucked away along the Water of Leith, Dean Village is a hidden gem that transports visitors to a bygone era. Cobblestone streets wind through this picturesque neighbourhood, flanked by charming stone cottages and the soothing sounds of the river. With its historic flour mills and quaint architecture, Dean Village is a peaceful retreat just a short stroll from the city centre, offering a glimpse into Edinburgh’s industrial past.