Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Sir Walter Scott wrote, “Piled deep and massy, close and high mine own romantic town” immortalising his love of Edinburgh in his epic poem “Marmion”.

Unsurprisingly, there is a strange awakening of emotions about Edinburgh, this fairy tale city of shifting light, of changing skies, of the unexpected that is yet so familiar. Whenever you walk through the grandiose Georgian houses in New Town, smell the ubiquitous city aromas of malt yeast carried in the wind, or get lost in the mysterious closes, the winding alleys and stone-paved streets of the medieval Old Town; there is always something that sparks a memory. And the enchanting stories of old times and different eras await to be explored.

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