Edinburgh offers the perfect balance between all things traditional and contemporary. For a capital city, Edinburgh is a surprisingly green place and, even in the heart, you are never far from wide open spaces where you can take in amazing views, or just relax and enjoy the great outdoors on crisp winter days. The Lothians region is full of dramatic castles and medieval chapels that emphasize the great history of Scotland. The region also has beautiful beaches and championship golf courses.
You can see many amazing things that can make you feel like you are living in other century: The Royal Yacht Britannia which is a floating palace that served the British Royal Family for over forty years, you can have a look of the city trough the fascinating Camera Obscura and in the World of Illusions you will experience a huge variety of visual treats and interactive exhibits. The city offers you a tour of the Islands and Highlands of Scotland in which you can discover the secrets of Loch Ness, Skye, Loch Lomond, Stirling, Iona, Islay whisky. In Edinburgh takes place the largest cultural event in the world called The Edinburgh Festival that traces its roots to 1947 and initially had the purpose to “provide a platform for the flowering of the human spirit”.