The remains of a volcano that erupted under water during the Carboniferous period, Arthur's Seat which sits 251m above sea level giving excellent view's of the city and is located within Holyrood Park in the centre of Edinburgh.
Standing proudly in Princes Street Gardens, the Scott Monument is one of the most iconic Edinburgh landmarks, a must-visit for tourists and locals alike. Dedicated to Sir Walter Scott, it is one of the largest monuments to a writer anywhere in the world.
A mighty fortress, the defender of the nation and a world-famous visitor attraction – Edinburgh Castle has dominated the skyline for centuries.
The length and breadth of Edinburgh's food and drink scene is represented here. From Michelin-starred restaurants to cosy pubs and vegan eateries, there's no chance you'll leave Leith hungry. Leith represents some of the best in fine dining, casual eats, tasty takeaways, bars & pubs and off course not forgetting our pioneering street food and markets