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Hundreds of whiskies, some extremely rare and expensive, are on offer at this award-winning shop. Other liqueurs are also stocked, including absinthe.
379 High Street
Launched in 1953, the year of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation, the Royal Yacht Britannia was used by the royal family for state visits, holidays and...
Bars & pubs, Music
Like the Royal Oak, this is a folkies' hangout: there's an open session every night from around 9pm. Also like the Royal Oak, there are no frills, but if...
25 Forrest Road
The shop alone makes this tourist-orientated whisky centre worth a visit. The selection of blended whisky and single malts, some popular and some obscure,...
The people of Edinburgh had a long wait to see the building that houses their new parliament. When the scaffolding and coverings were finally removed, a...
With a Michelin-starred restaurant (Number One), an acclaimed spa, the elevated service standards you would expect from a Rocco Forte hotel and a clock...
1 Princes Street
Founded in the 1960s, the Traverse was first housed in a former brothel on the High Street; a legend was born on its second night when actor Colette O'Neill...
10 Cambridge Street
A great deal of time and money has been spent in recent years returning the Usher Hall to its former glory, from cosmetic refurbishments of the hall to the...
Restaurants & cafés
One historical venue, two dining rooms and tons of ambience. James Thomson opened the Witchery in 1979 in the Witchery by the Castle hotel. Its wood...