City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Tynecastle Stadium The home of Hearts FC, one of Edinburgh's premier league football teams. The original 1886 ground, with its small wooden stand for 250, makes it one of the oldest grounds in Britain.
Twenty Princes Street Grill and Smokehouse Twenty Princes Street is the address of the Royal British Hotel, and now the name of its fabulous new Restaurant.
Tutto Matto Pizza Formerly Ti Amo opposite the Festival Theatre, this chic new ristorante, Tutto Matto (roughly translated as Love Bug), offers creative, fresh Italian cuisine - clay oven baked and pan tossed pasta, ha
Tron Kirk Central, historic kirk (church) building in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town that has been renovated in recent years and is now a popular festival bar, cafe, and music venue.
The Tron Tavern
Tron Long-standing central bar, with performance space in the basement which for a long time hosted the Edinburgh Singer Songwriter's open mic nights.
Traverse Theatre
Traverse Theatre The Traverse, fondly known as "the Trav", is the flagship venue for contemporary Scottish theatre, housed in a modern, purpose-built theatre.
Traquair House Scotland's oldest inhabited house, with large grounds including a maze. Traquair House is 29 miles (an hour's drive) from Edinburgh.
Transreal Fiction Scottish bookshop specialising in new science-fiction and fantasy books, with a wide range of art books covering scifi and fantasy.
Transgression Park Edinburgh's purpose-built skatepark and "freesports" facility inside the Ocean Park shopping centre,
Tradewinds Apartment A smart new development, overlooking the old harbour in Edinburgh's fashionable port of Leith is the Trade Winds Apartment, a second storey pied a terre, bright, most comfortable, and beautifully pres
Tower Mill, Heart of Hawick A derelict spinning mill and Category ‘A' listed building built over a river.
Tom Fleming Centre Situated in the impressive 19th century building of Stewart's Melville College, the Tom Fleming Centre, in the renovated Victoran assembly hall, is a fully raked, flexible venue that seats 60 to 58
Tollcross Primary School Central primary school providing classes in English and since 1982 in Gaelic.
Toby Carvery Eating out at Liberton Toby Carvery is "Just as it should be" - a warm and cosy place to enjoy quality food with family and friends.
Timberyard Imaginative sustainable food amidst stylish surroundings.
Tickets Scotland Rose street ticketing outlet selling Edinburgh's Hogmanay tickets and music tickets.
Beer patio
Three Sisters Pub Popular sports bar with large courtyard down in the Cowgate, off the Royal Mile. Pub grub, live sports, free Fringe shows for all ages.
Three Birds Small and friendly restaurant serving imaginative and creative local food since 2012.
Thorn House Office space formerly owned by Jenners Department store, Thorn House is situated on the second, third and fourth floors of Victorian building above the Abbotsford pub on Rose Street.
Dance Base's new venue
Thomas Morton Hall This historic hall, part of the complex at Leith Town Hall, has recently been refurbished as a dance studio space with specially constructed sprung wooden floor f