Cadies & Witchery Tours
The becloaked and pasty-faced Adam Lyal (deceased) leads a 'Murder & Mystery' tour of the Old Town's darker corners. These tours are...
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...
One of the city's best traditional-style pubs (it's not as old as it looks), serving a range of excellent real ales and a vast selection...
Maxie's candlelit bistro, with its cushion-lined nooks set amid stone walls and wooden beams, is a pleasant setting for a cosy dinner,...
Lonely Planet review
Armstrong’s is an Edinburgh fashion institution (established in 1840, no less), a quality vintage clothes emporium offering everything from elegant 1940s dresses to funky 1970s flares. As well as having retro fashion, it’s a great place to hunt for ‘previously owned’ kilts and Harris tweed, or to seek inspiration for that fancy-dress party.