City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Lochrin Belle A canal boat carrying up to 35 passengers that plies the Union canal. 508
Life Room Exhibition space at the Fringe. 251
Leith Volcano Venue in a former gothic church, St James Church, situated in the heart of Leith on Constitution Street. At Fringe 2017, it hosts a water-bound version of Chekhov's Seagulls. 183
Lioness of Leith Bistro bar in the heart of Leith that opened in December 2013. Live music sets on Sunday nights.
LifeCare Centre A local charity providing services to support the well-being and independence of older people.
Lush Spa Edinburgh New Town spa with British country cottage theme with kitchen, living room area, and three treatment rooms. Free music and massage combined during the Fringe. 314
Leith St Andrew’s Church Church of Scotland church in Leith. Weekly services, Sunday club and community events and concerts. 284
Leith Depot Leith Walk pub that opened in November 2015, serving bottled craft beers & wines and draughts and a largely pescatarian and vegetarian menu. 214
La Belle Angèle Live music, performances, and late night DJs at long-running Edinburgh nightclub. Background 301
Levenhall Links Levenhall Links is a coastal, industrial, and recreational area at Musselburgh, near Musselburgh Racecourse, Morrison's Haven and Prestongrange Industrial Heritage Museum.
Limekilns Beach Small village beach on the North side of the Firth of Forth.
La P’tite Folie Well established French restaurant serving quality food in an authentic French atmosphere.
Le Cafe Gourmand Café, creperie, croques, macarons, pastries, and cakes.
Le Sept Authentically French bistro and brasserie located just off Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
Loch Fyne Restaurant Part of a UK chain of seafood-orientated restaurants, located in bright, airy, modern venue overlooking the old harbour at Newhaven.
Leith Dockers Club Established in 1956, Leith Dockers Club is still largely run by dockers, but regularly hires out its premises for functions and events.
Locanda de Gusti Locanda De Gusti came from the Latin word De Gusti Bus which means 'a matter of taste'.
Longniddry Beach Long sandy and rocky beach near the small town of Longniddry just South East of Edinburgh. Popular with walkers, windsurfers and canoeists. Close to nature reserves with birds feeding at low tide.
L'Escargot Blanc Sister restaurant of Broughton's L'Escargot Bleu and also serving fabulous French food with fantastic friendly service and pleasant atmosphere.
Leith Academy A six year high school with 1,000 pupils and over 2,800 part time adults in Leith. The school's origins date back to 1560, although the current school building was built in 1991.