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Edinburgh Packages

Duration Price
Highlights Of London and Scotland In 6 Days6 days & 5 nights
INR 1,09,900
London and Edinburgh In 7 Days Family Fun7 days & 6 nights
INR 1,06,500
Ultimate Tour of United Kingdom8 days & 7 nights
INR 1,09,956
UK Scotland Ireland Tour Package10 days & 9 nights
INR 1,54,000
London Dublin Edinburgh Tour Package10 days & 9 nights
INR 1,59,500
London and Edinburgh Tour Package6 days & 5 nights
INR 1,32,000

Edinburgh Packages

Explore the innumerable possibilities that the city offers by opting for some of the most exciting Edinburgh Tours. From its quaint old world charm to stately new age towns, the Scottish capital is home to a plethora of attractions and experiences. The city is steeped in rich history, culture, and tradition as well as incredible natural splendor. So be it exploring nature's abundance or delving deep into its past, there is no dearth of exciting things to do on your Edinburgh tour packages.

The popular tours usually include a trip to Arthur’s Seat, a climb to the top of a volcanic mountain that offers breathtaking views of the city. If you are looking for wholesome family entertainment, you can head to Camera Obscura and World of Illusions and transport yourself into a surreal maze of futuristic wonders.

If the idea of a big climb does not appeal to you then you should look for tours that include a short trek up Calton Hill to the National Monument. You can  soak in the most wondrous sunset views from here. There are various other places of interest that you should explore when in this fantastic city, such as taking a tour of the Lauriston Castle and Gardens or doing a space expedition at Dynamic Earth.

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What are the best places to visit on the Edinburgh Tour?

1. Edinburgh Castle: True to be one of the most staggering and one of the best places to visit on the Edinburgh tours, Edinburgh Castle absolutely captivates your mind since it is located right in the centre of Scotland’s pulsating capital city. The picturesque views this caste has to offer will leave you breathless and it is quite exciting to walk up witnessing all the little places.

The castle houses some of the important historical regiments such as, the Stone of Density and several museums such as, the National War Museum at Scotland, along with the infamous Witches’ well which symbolises several women burnt at the stake of witchcraft way back in the past.

Location: Edinburgh Castle Castlehill, Edinburgh, Scotland EH1 2NG

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2. Palace Of Holyroodhouse: Explore The Queen’s official residence in Scotland, The Palace of Holyroodhouse, known to be the home of Scottish royal history. The Palace of Holyroodhouse is located at the end of Edinburgh's Royal Mile and is open year round. While entering the palace, you are gonna witness an exquisite collection of 14 spectacular historic and state apartments and astounding royal gardens.

Currently, the state apartments are utilised by The Queen for state ceremonies and official entertaining. To solemnize the exceptional and noteworthy life of his royal highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, The Palace of Holyroodhouse portrays an incredible display which should not be missed.

Location: Horse Wynd, Canongate, Edinburgh EH8 8DX

3. The Royal Mile: The Radisson Collection Hotel, The Royal Mile Edinburgh is well located to explore Edinburgh's captivating Old Town. This famous boutique hotel is located among Edinburgh's most historic streets, only steps from world-famous sites such as Edinburgh Castle. It's considered to be the ideal hotel for a trip to Edinburgh because of its historic Scottish style, stunning vistas, excellent service, and high-end amenities.

It is indeed a 'Scots mile' long linking the two royal homes (the Edinburgh Castle and Palace Holyrood House), as well as old and new parliaments, law courts, a cathedral and churches, and a diverse range of attractions comprising walking tours, shops, restaurants, cafés, and pubs.

Location : 227 High St, Edinburgh EH1 1PE, United Kingdom

4. Salisbury Crags: A trip to Edinburgh wouldn’t definitely be complete without a quick visit to Salisbury Crags, the enormous hill which undoubtedly overshadows the entire city. Salisbury Crags' rock wall, like a huge fortress, stares down on Edinburgh. Although you won’t be getting GPS up there, the perfect and stunning pictures you would be able to capture would be a lot to be thankful for, including the variable weather conditions.

Location: Queen's Drive, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH8 8HG

5. Royal Yacht Britannia: A must-see attraction on any Edinburgh tour, The Royal Yacht Britannia, includes almost 2,00,000 visitors each year. Embark on a journey to learn about life at one of the world's most stunning Royal palaces. You would be on the top of the world to witness and unwind the heart and spirit of this highly luxurious yet unique royal place.

Even if you have no interest in boats, going around the chambers of the Royal Yacht Britannia will undoubtedly provide you with all the answers to your questions regarding the Queen and the royal family.

Location: Ocean Drive, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 6JJ

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6. National Museum Of Scotland: The premium, to be intact, top-notch collections of The National Museum Of Scotland will take you on an ecstatic journey to better understand the exquisite history of Scotland as well as the natural marvels and cultures from all around the rondure. The pinnacle of gorgeous art, design, fashion, and style may very well be found in these opulent galleries.

Explore the impact of design on everyday life and learn how current producers continue to develop in this treasure trove of innovation. Through interactive activities and thought-provoking exhibitions, learn about the history of invention in Scotland and across the world.

Location : Chambers Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH1 1JF

7. Royal Botanic Garden: Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden is a must-see for anybody visiting the Scottish capital. This spectacular Living Collection of plants, which dates back over 350 years, is no doubt a national treasure of Scotland. One of the world's most beautiful botanical gardens, The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, which is just a mile from the city centre, gives great views of the capital's skyline, including Edinburgh’s history.

Don’t sit back and wander through 72 acres of gorgeous, awe-inspiring terrains and just hug nature with your open arms once again. You may relax on the Chinese Hillside, witness the world-famous Rock Garden, or wander through the Woodland Garden amid the spectacular Giant Redwood trees. The Botanics Shop, located in the John Hope Gateway visitor centre, has a broad variety of gifts, souvenirs, crafts, and plants to choose from.

Location : Arboretum Place, Edinburgh, Scotland EH3 5

8. Princes Street and Gardens: Walk along the Princes Street and Gardens in the autumn to capture the perfect pictures for your benefit. Considered to be one of the most important urban parks nestled in the heart of Edinburgh, it segregates the Old Town from the New Town. Elegant and charming throughout the year, several locals meet up at the Ross fountain, which was installed in the 1900s after being on display at the Great Exhibition of 1862 in London.

A fraction of the garden is converted to the “Winter-wonderland”, every year during Christmas, with an ice rink, and a variety of other exciting activities, including a 108-foot tall Ferris wheel known as “The Edinburgh eye”.

Location: Heart of Scotland, between the Old Town and the New Town

What are the best things to do on an Edinburgh tour?

1. Climb Arthur's Seat: Visit one of the most iconic spots for marvelous views of the city and its surrounding areas. Book your Edinburgh tour packages and head over to this amazing place that is a part of a massive extinct volcano.

Go for a hike up to Arthur’s Seat that will take you approximately 30 minutes and enjoy breathtaking 360 degree views of the region. Located around 250 meters above sea level, you can also see the medieval remains of St Anthony's Chapel or spend a relaxed afternoon feeding ducks and swans on Duddingston Loch.

located within Holyrood Park

2. Be Amazed at Camera Obscura and World of Illusions: Visit one of the top attractions of the city with your Edinburgh tour packages and spend a fun day with your entire family. You can explore the five floors of some of the most amazing and interactive curiosities here.

Whether it is getting puzzled in a mirror maze, losing yourself in a world of illusions, or trying to maintain your balance in a thrilling Vortex Tunnel, Camera Obscura is just the right place for children and adults alike. 

549 Castlehill, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh, Lothian, EH1 2ND
Timings: Monday to Friday - 9 AM – 10 PM
                Saturday - 9 AM - 7 PM
Entry fee: Around £18.95

3. Ascend Calton Hill to the National Monument: If you want to enjoy mesmerizing views across the city especially at sunrise or sunset, without having to walk much, then you should definitely look for this when selecting your Edinburgh tours.

This is a  UNESCO World Heritage Site that features various historic monuments such as the Old Royal High School, Dugald Stewart Monument, Nelson's Monument, Robert Burns Monument, Political Martyrs' Monument and also the City Observatory. One of the most popular edifices among these is the National Monument that drew inspiration from the Parthenon in Athens. 

Located in central Edinburgh, east of Edinburgh's New Town

4. Visit the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art: Visiting this complex with its Greek columns right in the heart of the city is one of the best things to do in your Edinburgh tours. It is particularly interesting to visit if you are an art enthusiast as you can get an up and close view of some distinct Scottish art and the surrealist collection in the Artist Rooms.

The gallery comprises two buildings each of which houses masterpieces from the 1900s to present day. You can also see stunning works of great artists such as Matisse, Picasso and Emin, among several others. 

75 Belford Road, Edinburgh, City Of Edinburgh, EH4 3DR
Timings: 10 AM – 5 PM

5. Stroll through Lauriston Castle and Gardens: If you wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city center, this is one of the best things to look for in Edinburgh tours. It is also a wonderful means of delving deep into Scottish history as well as enjoying the tranquility that the place offers.

As you step into the Lauriston Castle and Gardens, you will immediately get transported to the olden days. Explore the rich Edwardian interiors of the castle to learn more about its fascinating history and later go for a stroll into the woodlands and a peaceful Japanese Garden surrounding it. 

2 Cramond Rd S, Edinburgh EH4 6AD, UK
Timings: Saturday - Sunday from 11 AM to 3 PM
Entry fee: £8.00 approximately

6. Launch into Space at Dynamic Earth: Set out on one of the most fun parts of Edinburgh tours especially if you are with kids by visiting the Dynamic Earth. Let your children embark on an educational ride that turns them into brave young explorers.

They can then venture through space and time and learn how the forces of nature came together to help shape the Earth over several millions of years. They can also go on a 4D adventure and interactive tour that will transport them to the beginning of time. 

Holyrood Road, Edinburgh, City Of Edinburgh, EH8 8AS
Timings: 10 AM – 3 PM
Entry fee: approximately £17.50

What are the best adventure activities to do in Edinburgh Trip?

1. Bungee jumping: Bungee jumping is the ultimate exhilarating feeling and an adventure you'll never forget. Choose between free-falling into the beautiful landscapes of Highland Perthshire at Killiecrankie or plunging off Titan Crane in Glasgow in Scotland.

2. Paragliding: As you soar effortlessly into Scotland's vast skies, feel the pull of the thermal currents. When it comes to outdoor adventure sports, paragliding provides really unique views of Edinburgh’s breathtaking landscapes, as well as the exhilarating sensation of soaring through the air.

3. Motor racing: Nothing matches the high-octane rush of automobile races when it comes to extreme pursuits. If you've really wanted to drive a race vehicle, such as a Ferrari F430, a Jaguar E-Type, or an Aston Martin, this is an unmissable opportunity in Edinburgh.

4. Mountain biking: It's no surprise that Edinburgh is a popular mountain riding destination, with such rugged and gorgeous scenery. Get off the beaten path and into the fresh air as you tackle obstacles, dips, and leaps in some of Edinburgh's most scenic locations.

5. Land yachting: Invite your land yachting friends to a race on the dunes. Land yachting, which uses the wind for movement, mixes the grace and beauty of sailing with the adrenaline inducing excitement of motor racing to create an outdoor event that will keep everyone delighted and joyful.

What is the best time to take Edinburgh trip?

The months of June through August are ideal for visiting Edinburgh, with average high temperatures of 65 degrees Fahrenheit. However, this is also the city's biggest tourism season, especially in August, when the calendar is jam-packed with festivities.

What is the cost of a tourist visa in Edinburgh?

The tourist visa in Edinburgh costs varies according to the processing time and visa types you need. A short-term visa( for 6 months, single or multiple entry) can cost you around 135 USD, a Long-term visa (valid for up to 2 years) costs 513 USD, a Longer-term visa lasting for up to 5 years costs 931 USD and a Longer-term valid for up to 10 years can cost 1168 USD.

How much does it cost to tour Edinburgh?

For a single individual, a one-week holiday to Edinburgh costs roughly £792. As a result, a one-week vacation to Edinburgh for two persons costs roughly £1,583. In Edinburgh, a two-week holiday for two individuals costs £3,166.

How many days are enough in Edinburgh?

For people visiting Edinburgh for the first time, it is recommended to stay in Edinburgh for at least two or three days to provide adequate time to explore the city centre and see the major attractions.

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