The site of a cattle market from the 15th century until the start of the 20th century, the Grassmarket has always been a focal point of...
Scotland’s National Centre for Dance is a complex of studios housed in a spectacular modern building in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle;...
Scotch Whisky Experience
A former school houses this multimedia centre explaining the making of whisky from barley to bottle in a series of exhibits,...
White Hart Inn
A brass plaque outside this pub proclaims: ‘In the White Hart Inn Robert Burns stayed during his last visit to Edinburgh, 1791.’...
You've got to love a place where the waiter greets you with the words, 'My name is Craig, and I'll be your whisky adviser for this...
Petit Paris information
Like the name says, this is a little piece of Paris, complete with checked tablecloths, friendly waiters and good-value grub – the moules-frîtes (mussels and chips) are excellent. There’s a lunch/pretheatre deal (noon to 3pm and 5.30pm to 7pm) offering the plat du jour and a coffee for £7.90; add a starter and it’s £11.90.