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EDI Edinburgh Airport: Plaza Premium Lounge

1. EDI Edinburgh Airport: Plaza Premium Lounge

Avoid the crowds and chaos of the public departure lounge and relax in style before your flight from Edinburg Heathrow Airport. Choose the duration of stay that best fits you, then make yourself comfortable the Plaza Premium Lounge. Plaza Premium Lounge at Edinburgh Airport provides an interactive space for travellers to relax or get work done, while junior travellers can enjoy some playtime before their flight. The lounge features the stylish gin bar, a collaboration with Edinburgh Gin, an award-winning premium gin distilled in the heart of Scotland’s capital city, who have created three exclusive gin cocktails for Plaza Premium Lounge guests. Decked with Scottish accents from local traditional tartan fabrics to woods and selected local artwork, the lounge’s interior references some of Scotland’s key landmarks and iconic imagery. The “quiet zone” by the bar, invites business or leisure travellers to unwind with views of the runway and Edinburgh Hill.

Edinburgh: Guided Gin Tasting at 56 North Distillery

2. Edinburgh: Guided Gin Tasting at 56 North Distillery

Step inside Edinburgh's 56 North Distillery to sample and discover how award-winning gins are made. Begin by entering Scotland's oldest dedicated gin bar with over 300 gins on the shelf. You will be welcomed with a South Loch Gin and Fever-Tree tonic and introduced to the beautiful copper stills that produce all of the South Loch Gin. Savor your gin and tonic whilst learning all about botanicals, production, bottling, and gin production. Then, sample three gins made at the South Loch Gin distillery with tasting notes and insights into the research and development behind them. Finish off by enjoying a South Loch Gin cocktail made by a dedicated bar team.

Edinburgh: Dark History - Royal Mile Walking Tour

3. Edinburgh: Dark History - Royal Mile Walking Tour

Ah, Edinburgh! They don't call it "The Jekyll & Hyde City" for nothing. During the day, a respectable figure, with its astonishing architecture and wondrous history. But when the sun sets, it tells an entirely different story... Hear all about the darker history of Edinburgh: murderers, thieves, cannibals, hangings and decapitations, witches, the Plague and streams of human waste. Learn about the most notorious citizens of Edinburgh and how ghost stories are born. This is not a ghost tour: we don't need costumes or people jumping from behind the corners, Edinburgh's Dark History itself is enough to make your skin crawl. And oh, how we love to share it with our visitors...

From Edinburgh: Outlander Filming Locations Day Tour

4. From Edinburgh: Outlander Filming Locations Day Tour

Discover the iconic locations and inspirations behind the hit show Outlander on this day tour from Edinburgh. Have lunch in the stunning Callendar House, explore the 15th-century Doune Castle, and pass Linlithgow Palace. Meet your driver in Edinburgh and head out into Scotland's beautiful countryside. Travel north over the iconic Forth Road Bridge and stop in the idyllic village of Culross for a photo stop and morning refreshment break (not included). After leaving Culross, head to the 15th-century Doune Castle, used for many indoor and outdoor scenes in Outlander as Castle Leoch, the fictional home of the Mackenzie Clan. Purchase an entry ticket and spend time exploring the inside and outside of the castle with an audio guide. Stop for lunch at the magnificent Callendar House's drawing-room restaurant. Once you've finished eating, continue your journey, passing Linlithgow Palace, which served as Wentworth Prison in Outlander and has several connections to the Jacobites. Finish your tour at Blackness Castle, known as “The Ship that Never Sailed,” because of its unique shape and coastal location. See where Outlander filmed all its Fort William scenes and explore on your own before returning to Edinburgh.

Edinburgh: Scottish Gin Masterclass with 8 Tastings

5. Edinburgh: Scottish Gin Masterclass with 8 Tastings

Scottish gins paired with cheeses delves into Scottish gin and the unique approaches of the Scottish distillers. We take you around Scotland with eight craft gin samples showing varying styles and the diverse nature of gin produced around Scotland. This masterclass is designed to introduce guests to the idea of pairing gin with both cheese and premium mixers. We use a selection of mixers from Cushiedoo Tonic, Bon Accord Tonic and Fever-Tree Mixers with the aim of developing flavours. We cover key Scottish gin facts, as well as Scottish production, Scottish botanicals and more. This class gives you a firm grounding in Scottish gins and how best to enjoy them after the class. We recommend this class to anyone interested in Scottish gins. - This session is around two hours long and is hosted by one of the senior "Gin Gents" team - This class is not suitable for dairy intolerant guests - Strictly over 18s (we operate Challenge 25 for ID)

Edinburgh - Water of Leith and Dean village walking tour

6. Edinburgh - Water of Leith and Dean village walking tour

- Start at The Water of Leith walkway and start exploring the water of Leith - experience some of the many tranquil spots along the Water of Leith - See some of the many peices of art along the way including the Gormley statues - See Thew Rochied path a quiet spot along the water hidden by trees on both sides - A visit of The Royal Botanical gardens and Inverleith park to experience the stunning views of Edinburgh - Pass St Bernards Well on the way to Dean Village - Enjoy the stunning views of dean village and learn about the 800 years of history

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What people are saying about Edinburgh

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Great, informative and fun tour!! We were really skeptical of this tour, as it mentioned quite long distances and a lot of time to spend in the bus. However, if you come to Edinburgh and you do not plan to rent a car but want to see great Scottish views - you need to get on one of these tours! The driver-guide Willie was SUPER FUN, I have never been on a tour with such a great guide! He was making fun of things you would never imagine, making you actually pay attention and want to hear all the details of the history of Scotland. He was referencing movies and highlighting bits that were altered from the reality. The placed we visited were amazing! There was enough time for pictures and food and everything you plan to do. I suggest getting snacks and drinks, as is it nice to chew on something while listening to Willie’s stories! Even while on bus, you see a lot of things through the window and we were lucky enough to see 2 full rainbows after rain. Excellent pick up and drop off! Thanks!

Amazing experience, Willie was a great tour guide. He was very polite, accommodating to all the guest's needs and knowlegdable. Willie was especially passionate about his guided tour which made it even better!

Even though the weather was terrible, it was one of the best trips I’ve ever had and Brian was one of the main reasons it was such a good trip!

Amazing guide! He made the whole experience so fun for everyone. His name was Dougie and had great sense of humor and amazing stories

Very nice experience, and interesting too, not to mention tasty. Very good gins and lovely presentation.