The eastern half of Princes Street Gardens is dominated by the massive Gothic spire of the Scott Monument, built by public subscription...
St Andrew Square
Though not as architecturally distinguished as its sister Charlotte Sq, at the opposite end of George St, St Andrew Sq is dominated by...
St Andrew Sq is dominated by the fluted column of the Melville Monument, commemorating Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville (1742–1811)....
One of the few pubs in Rose St that has retained its Edwardian splendour, the Abbotsford has long been a hang-out for writers, actors,...
Scottish Cafe & Restaurant
This appealing modern restaurant (part of the Scottish National Gallery complex) has picture windows providing a view along Princes...
48 Princes St · interesting places nearby
Founded in 1838, and acquired by House of Fraser in 2005, Jenners is the grande dame of Scottish department stores. It stocks a wide range of quality goods, both classic and contemporary.