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Welcome to Edinburgh, Scotland’s historic, hilly, capital city. Packed full of history, amazing sights to see and stunning architecture, you are guaranteed to fall in love with Edinburgh.

Home to many good and outstanding Ofsted rated schools, a prestigious university, and both large corporate businesses and small independent companies, this is a city for both young professionals and families alike to call home.

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Living in Edinburgh

All of this, right on your doorstep

Things to do

Edinburgh Castle is a must-visit, sitting at the top of the historic Royal Mile and is perhaps the most renowned landmark on the Edinburgh skyline. With stunning views over the city and so much to take in, including the National Museum of War, the National War Monument, and the Honours of Scotland.

After you've tackled Arthur's Seat, head up the Royal Mile, where you'll find wonderful shops selling lots of luxury Scottish items from cashmere to whisky, as well as some traditional Scottish pubs.

Also in this area, you'll find the exquisite St Giles' Cathedral, which deserves a stroll around.

The Scottish National Gallery is one of Scotland’s top free museums and houses Scotland’s national collection of fine art from the early Renaissance to the end of the nineteenth century. Spend some time taking it all in and see masterpieces from Velázquez, Vermeer and Raphael to Cézanne, Monet, and Van Gogh. Also see some of the best of Scottish paintings with the major names, including Ramsay, Raeburn, Wilkie and McTaggart. Works on show include Raeburn’s The Reverend Robert Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch or, as it has become known, the ‘Skating Minister’. There are tours, life drawing classes, and storytelling sessions for kids. A real Scottish family day out, full of culture.


Whether you’re searching for luxury brands, high street favourites, or beautiful boutiques, Edinburgh has it covered. Shopping in Edinburgh is an unmissable experience and suits all styles and budgets.

There aren't many cities in the world where the largest shopping street has an uninterrupted view of an ancient castle, but Edinburgh's Princes Street does just that! It's unique with its shops lining only one side of the street, leaving the opposite side a lush and verdant garden space giving shoppers breath-taking views of the Old Town.

St James Quarter is a four-storey shopping centre and should be on the list for all followers of fashion and those in need of some serious retail therapy. Discover over 40 shops offering fashion, beauty, books, and tech.

Multrees Walk is the go-to for luxury shopping in Edinburgh. Here you'll find Harvey Nichols, Louis Vuitton, Nespresso, and many other exclusive brands.


With many major A roads circling the city and motorways linking you to the north and south of the country as well as the UK, commuting or travelling by car is straightforward.

Edinburgh Waverley train station offers links to other major cities in Scotland like Glasgow, Stirling, Inverness, and Aberdeen and to other parts of the UK, including London.

Edinburgh Airport is on your doorstep so both holidaying and domestic commuting is made simple.


With an array of outstanding and award-winning restaurants, cafes, and bars, eating out in Edinburgh is a foodie's delight offering a wide and diverse mix of places to eat and drink which will appeal to all tastes and budgets.

If you're looking for a great burger and a pint, then this buzzing grill house on the Royal Mile is for you. Burgers and Beers spend up to 60 hours a week handcrafting their famous 8oz burgers on-site using fresh, locally sourced produce. The Buffalo Farm supplies burgers and beers with the finest of fillet steaks and 100% Aberdeen Angus beef mince for burgers, ground and grilled to perfection.

A vibrant and fresh bar and restaurant in the heart of Edinburgh, Scott's is the place to go for a light lunch, relaxed cream tea, or traditional Scottish cuisine. To top it all off, you get stunning views that look towards Edinburgh Castle, The Scott Monument, and Princes Street Gardens. The menu is packed with Scottish classics with a modern twist as well as the usual favourites.

The no-frills Ting Thai Caravan is all about the food - good portions, reasonably priced and served quickly from their open kitchen. The restaurant is all about communal dining, don't be surprised if you strike up a conversation with the people sitting next to you, from students (being close to the University of Edinburgh) to young professionals. Eat well and maybe make some new friends at the same time.

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