The Tourists Guide to Edinburgh

The capital city of Scotland has a number of attractions for you to visit, and for the average tourist, the sheer size and stature of Edinburgh might provide countless adventures. Compared to other cities in Scotland such as Glasgow, Edinburgh might not be as big when it comes to population or size, but that does not mean that this city is any less important in the history of the country. Now, most of you can get a load of information off the Internet about the places that are worth visiting in Edinburgh. But, before you go trudging about to these places, it is important that you understand their reverence and historical significance. Even though Edinburgh is one of the most technologically advanced cities in the world, there are various places that hold deep historic value and significance. So, those of you who are interested in not only visiting Edinburgh but also appreciating its true value, here’s a complete tourist’s guide:

The History of Edinburgh

You’re probably wondering what the history of a city has to do with a travel guide. Well, it does play a very significant role. By understanding the historic nature of the city, you will get to know about the hundreds of years that man has remain settled on this land, and you will be able to learn about how Edinburgh went through the ages, and ultimately turned in to this bustling city. It is said that the earliest known evidence of people in the region goes as far back as 8,500 BC. Other finds have also indicated that people used to settle in this area during the Bronze and the Iron Age.


The city was then taken over by the Romans, who noted the presence of a Celtic Britonnic tribe within the region. The name Edinburgh can be tracked back to the 12th century, when the royal ‘burgh’ was created by King David 1 in this area. It was first referred to as the capital of Scotland by Jean Froissart, a chronicler from France. The town was also on the receiving end of some major damage back in the 16th century, caused in 1544 by an assault of the English.

As the Scottish Reformation took place along with the Wars of the Covenant, the role played by Edinburgh continued to increase as complex decisions were pondered here, and it slowly gathered importance as a place with significant military importance. Edinburgh continued to prosper during the 19th and 20th century as well, with tourism increasing within the city. Presently, even though there are a number of buildings in Edinburgh that are worth a visit, some of these also carry historical value. Throughout the year, Edinburgh attracts millions of tourists. Here are some of the places that you need to visit:


Tourism in Edinburgh

One of the oldest, yet one of the most beautiful places that you need to visit is the Edinburgh Castle. Home to numerous Kings and Queens of England over the years, the Edinburgh Castle has served as a faithful reminder to all those about the power ad prowess that the kingdom once held. Another great place that deserves a visit is the Edinburgh Zoo. Compared to ordinary zoos, the Edinburgh Zoo is way different; the animals here are from brought together from all parts of the globe, and they are portrayed in their natural habitat. Another very important location in Edinburgh is the Holyrood Palace. The Palace of Holyrood is not only one of the finest pieces of architecture within the country, but it looks absolutely majestic as well.

The Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh are also worth your time, especially if you are interested in natural environments. The Edinburgh Playhouse is also quite popular; it mainly holds concerts and plays these days, serving as a source of entertainment for the locals. Those who wish to learn about the deep seated history of Scotland will definitely need to visit the National Museum of Scotland, a huge building that houses hundreds of different artifacts from prehistoric to modern times. You can also visit the Seal of Arthur in Edinburgh.

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Escorts in Edinburgh

Granted, there are a great many places to visit and a whole host of different things to do in Edinburgh, especially for people who know what they are looking for. However, the escorts in Edinburgh are some of the finest in the business as well. You won’t find better escorts in all of Scotland! For women, male escorts are available and it is common knowledge that Scottish en not only look good, but also have the brains to match. Then, for men, there are hundreds of different Edinburgh escorts to choose from, so it won’t be very long before you’ll be able to find an Edinburgh escort that suits your needs and can serve as a companion on your travels in the city.

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Martin Ward is a well respected editor and writer with over five years experience in the adult industry. After stints in the Escort Advertising call centre and on the escort forum, he moved into the site editor position around three years ago.

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