City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Holyroodhouse from Holyrood Park
Palace of Holyroodhouse The Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence in Scotland of the Queen, stands at the end of Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
Palmerston Place Church Modelled on Saint-Sulpice in Paris, this church dates from 1875 and offers weekly services as part of the Church of Scotland.  254
Papavero Restaurant For those who were sorry to see the closure of The Room in the Town, this new Italian-Scottish Ristorante has thankfully taken over the premises.
Papilio This restaurant with a butterfly name is known for good value food prepared with care with personal service
Paradise Palms Tropically themed bar just off Bristo Square in the heart of the Edinburgh University area. DJs, veggie and vegan soul food, beer and cocktails. 411
Paradiso Spiegel Tent A circus, theatre and music venue that regularly is erected in different parts of the city, for example, St Andrew Square at Hogmanay
Parliament House Alongside St Giles, off the Royal Mile, this is home to Scotland's Supreme Courts and one of the oldest venues in the city. 402
St. Giles Cathedral on Edinburgh's Royal Mile
Parliament Square Situated in the heart of the Old Town this is the famous large open, cobbled square on the Royal Mile.
PASS Theatre PASS (Performing Arts Studio Scotland) Theatre's facility provides a performance space for acting and dance. 446
Passorn Angelic Thai dining in Tollcross.  Quality ingredients cooked to the real Thai deal.
Patriothall Gallery Small local, artist-led gallery, which is supported by the Edinburgh City Council, is a good place to find work by emerging and mid-career visual artists.
Paws Here Animal shelter run by volunteers.
Peffermill Playing Fields This Edinburgh University 2.7 hectare site offers training and competition facilities two and a half miles from the city centre. It incorporates the National Hockey Academy.
Dusk in the Pentlands
Pentland Hills Regional Park The 11 mile by 6 mile Pentland Hills Regional Park, established on 22 October 1984, stretches from the City Bypass in the North (the southernwest reaches of Edinburgh), to the Borders Region in the
Petit Paris Grassmarket restaurant offering a little bit of the French Capital in the Scottish Capital, complete with iconic mini, delivery van.
Piccolo
Piccolo One of several marquees that pop up at festival time in George Square Gardens - hosting shows by Assembly Festival at the Fringe and the Edinburgh Jazz Festival.
Piece Box at Logie Green is now closed Restaurant now closed Reasonably priced variety of home made sweet and savoury food served in a bright, cheery atmosphere.
Pilgrim Bar just off the Cowgate with a recycled and reused ethos and local, organic craft beers on tap. 100
Pilrig Church Large Church of Scotland building in the French Gothic tradition.
Pilrig Church Hall Pilrig St Paul's lets out a number of spaces including its large upstairs hall (for 100) with a stage area, a smaller downstairs hall (for 50), its “Open Doorway” meeting space with...