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Probably the best independent music shop in town. Alongside new CDs, a range dominated by indie artists, there's a decent selection of cut-price DVDs and a...
63 Cockburn Street
A ten-minute bus ride south of the city centre, Cameron Toll houses around 40 stores, most of which are high-street names (Boots, Waterstone's, Game and...
6 Lady Road
The focus here is on Scottish folk music in all its forms, but you'll also find plenty of other traditional music from around the globe.
12 Bank Street
Two floors of new releases and back-catalogue surprises, plus good selections of books and DVDs, make this a great place for bargains.
7-15 Rose Street
Recently renovated, sprawling Fort Kinnaird is home to dozens of familiar stores, including Marks & Spencer, Toys R Us, H&M, Monsoon, Next and Edinburgh's...
Classical music and opera are the focus at McAlister Matheson. The shop stays open later when there's a concert at Usher Hall.
1 Grindlay Street
A mall with a difference - not everyone has the Queen's old yacht moored outside. As well as the Royal Yacht Britannia, Ocean Terminal has a freesport...
There's a good selection of rock, pop, dance and indie CDs in stock, but Ripping's main attraction is the range of gig tickets. Everything that's available...
91 South Bridge
The main draw here is John Lewis, which claims to be Scotland's largest department store. Among the other attractions are familiar names such as HMV, Next...
Pretty much unbeatable for vinyl dance imports, with a huge choice of house, garage, techno and jungle sounds in stock. The vibe is friendly rather than...
9 Cockburn Street