After a successful summer, our pop up tour of Edinburgh will be coming to a close at the end of October. We'd like to thank all our customers who have enjoyed the experience and, if you haven't yet, book now to bag a spot on one of our final tours.

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Edinburgh Tour with afternoon tea

Please turn up 10 min prior to the departure time to prevent any delays. You will receive an order confirmation by e-mail.

  • 1 St Andrew Square

    The Column in the middle of St Andrews Square is Henry Dundas. In 1776 he defended a Jamaican slave who had runaway from his Scottish master and the court decided ‘no person could be a slave on Scottish soil.’

  • 2 David Livingstone Statue

    The most famous Scottish Missionary and African Explorer.

  • 3 Scott Monument

    Sir Walter Scott, a writer who popularised tartan and Scottish culture in the 19th Century.

  • 4 The Meadows

    During the war, a lot of the meadows were temporarily converted to gardens to help produce food.

  • 5 Scotland’s National Museum

    Scotlands National Museum was first completed in 1886 before its more modern extension in 1998.

  • 6 Greyfriars Bobby Statue

    Greyfriars Bobby was a Skye Terrier who became known in 19th-century Edinburgh for spending 14 years guarding the grave of his owner until he died on 14 January 1872.

  • 7 Edinburgh Castle

    The castle was fought over for centuries facing more than 23 attacks making it the most besieged place in Europe.

  • 8 Grassmarket

    As the name suggests, Agricultural markets were held here and this was a place of commerce and trading.

  • 9 Scottish Parliament

    Suspended in 1707 a new Scottish Parliament was created with 129 MSPs and opened in 1999 after the devolution referendum.

  • 10 Holyrood Palace

    Mary Queen of Scots stayed here before moving up to the castle for her own safety.