Whisky tasting At The Glenkinchie DistilleryThe Scottish capital is one of the most unique cities in Europe. Edinburgh is a place full of charm, full of narrow cobbled alleys, dark corners that were the scene of the most terrible stories, beautiful buildings and gardens, a host of interesting museums with free admission and, above all, some incredibly nice people who complete offer for any tourist fell in love with the city.

Affectionately nicknamed “Auld Reekie” (Old chimney) for the many smoking chimneys that crowned the roofs of the buildings keeping homes warm, Edinburgh has a very rainy climate, far from being a drawback, it is something that gives even greater charm to the visit, giving an eerie and scary to town

The city shines in splendor between sunny spells until, at nightfall, is taken by the ghosts who refuse to leave Edinburgh, while many onlookers guides accompany tourists through crypts, passageways and cemeteries to know the mysteries remain dormant in the heart of the city.

In Edinburgh not only have the chance to be scared with ghost stories, but the city also has a great cultural museums regarding concerns and also the vast majority of them are free. You can learn how whiskey is made in Scotch Whisky Experience, know what life was like for the Scots during the Middle Ages in the People’s Story Museum, or perhaps observe the evolution of medicine in the Surgeons’ Hall Museums

The consistent Scottish dishes, combined with outlandish and hearty breakfasts will likely turn from your vacation with a couple of extra kilos, but happy and full of memories.


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