City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Food & Drink


Hogmanay at Harvey Nichols

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Ring in the New Year in style, in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town.

Scotland's Storytellers Celebrate St Andrew with a Fisherman’s Feast

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Inspired by St Andrew himself, ‘Fisherman’s Feast’ has received support through Scotland’s Winter Festivals to bring the Galilean fisherman’s story of strength and sociability to life at the Scottish

Hopetoun Fireworks & Bonfire Night

The palatial estate home in West Lothian hosts a spectacular annual Bonfire Night fireworks displays.

Festival of Social Enterprise

Two days of live bands, food stalls, kids workshops, and socialising in Princes Street Gardens.

Cafe Hub, Castlehill, will be a real Festival hub with its new Gin Terrace for alfresco drinks and Street Food

Cafe Hub Gin Terrace for Festival 2018

If you stand on Princes Street and look up at the majestic, architectural skyline of the Old Town, it is indeed a city of churches and cathedrals with dozens of slender, tall spires reaching up to the

Edinburgh Food Festival

Foodies enjoy the Edinburgh Food Festival 2015 at George Square Garden

The Edinburgh Food Festival is a free festival that in 2017 attracted a reported 25,000 visitors.

Edinburgh Jazz Festival 2018 Gets into Swing

Marquise Knox at Edinburgh Jazz Festival

The 40th Edinburgh International Jazz and Blues Festival is officially underway and will get into full swing this weekend with its two headline free events

Beyond Borders International Festival

Beyond Borders Scotland returns to Traquair House in the Scottish Borders for the Beyond Borders International Festival.

Foot Tapping Times Ahead at Summerhall

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Edinburgh's independent arts venue, Summerhall, has some swinging summer surprises in store.

Hidden Door Festival

Hidden Door, a not-for-profit arts organisation run entirely by volunteers, specialises in discovering disused spaces in Edinburgh and radically transforming them into temporary, but imaginative venue