City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Bed and breakfasts


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Nagoya Original Sushi Restaurant A slice of Japan down near Meadowbank stadium. Nagoya has sushi meals, celebration sushi platters, and does sushi catering.
Nargile Top class Turkish cuisine in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town.
National Library of Scotland
National Library of Scotland The National Library of Scotland is also known as the copyright or legal deposit library in the UK, and is one of the main research libraries in Europe.
National Museum of Costume Find out about a century of style as you follow fashion from the Victorian era to the 20th century. Opening Times Daily: 10:00-17:00 April-Oct
National Museum of Flight East Fortune airfield saw action in two world wars. It now brings the story of aviation from the First World War to the present day through exhibitions inside and outside the airfield's hangars.
NMS Opening: Crowds in the Grand Gallery
National Museum of Scotland The National Museum of Scotland re-opened on 29th July 2011, following a £47.4 million refurbishment of the Victorian building.
National War Museum
National War Museum Exhibition inside Edinburgh Castle showing how the last 400 years of the Scottish military experience has shaped the nation, including paintings, documents, photographs, medals, diaries, silver, and...
Neal's Yard Remedies Alternative health centre. During Fringe offers walk-in therapies (for a fee) such as Indian head massage, acupressure massage, and reflexology. The green tea is free.
Necrobus A black classic 1960s Routemaster bus transformed into a theatre space, with cameras, screens, audio/visual capabilities and seating for up to 54 audience members. Beautiful interior.
Nelson's Monument on Calton Hill
Nelson Monument The Nelson Monument on Calton Hill was built between 1807 and 1816 to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson who died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
New Empire Bingo The Empire Bingo Hall, once an old Theatre, arrived on the Fringe in 2013 for the first time. Edinburgh's largest capacity free venue, with stalls and circle.
New Register House National archive located at the East of Princes Street, around the corner from Robert Adam's landmark  General Register House.
New Town Theatre front 2014
New Town Theatre The New Town Theatre is located in the Freemason's Hall on George Street, in Edinburgh's New Town.
Newbattle Abbey College Scotland’s only adult education residential college, set in the location of a 12th century Cistercian Abbey, to the South-East of Edinburgh in Dalkeith.
Nile Valley Located in Edinburgh University's central campus area, Nile Valley is a rarity among Edinburgh restaurants - it specialises in affordable Sudanese food.
Nobles Bar Renovated in 2009, with hallmarks of traditional maritime bars of Leith. Food, live sport, and live music nights.
NoFit State Big Top Large circus marquee in Edinburgh's west end
NoFit State Circus During the Edinburgh Fringe contemporary circus performers NoFit State, a touring troupe from Wales, set up their "space ship" a little way down Leit
North Bridge Brasserie The Scotsman Hotel towers over North Bridge with views over Princes Street Gardens and offers a fine place to stay if exploring the Old Town.
Novotel Edinburgh Centre Modern 4-star hotel with 180 rooms, just off Lothian Road. The hotel has a restaurant and bar, fitness centre, indoor heated pool, whirlpool and a sauna.