City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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December Snow Continues To Dump on Edinburgh

Snow on Waverley

Snowvember is over, but as Edinburgh enters December there is little sign of the unusually snowy weather abating.

Edinburgh Snowed Under at St Andrew's Day

Snowy Prince Albert Statue

Edinburgh's Snowvember: Nice weather for penguins, but not all fun and games.

Snowvember in Edinburgh Brings Traffic Delays and Closures

New snowfall

The wintry Christmas weather has come early to Edinburgh and across Scotland, although travellers will not be feeling cheered by the blizzard conditions.

Thoughts on Edinburgh Airport Revamp

Airport bus

For those who fly frequently to and from Edinburgh, most will have welcomed the upgrading and development of Edinburgh Airport, although some will have reservat

Edinburgh Trams Chief Quits

Edinburgh Tram and Lothian Buses

Edinburgh's troubled trams project has suffered another setback. Trams chief David Mackay, who is also Chairman of Transport Edinburgh and Lothian Buses, announced today that he is quitting from his position as Chair of all three organisations. With immediate effect.

Edinburgh Airport Starts Drop-off Fees For Drivers

Edinburgh Airport introduces its controversial passenger drop-off fee from tomorrow (Friday 29 October 2010). Critics of the move to charge car drivers for picking up and dropping off family and friends have called the move a "money grab".

Worldwide Audience of Up To One Billion Expected For Papal Visit

There is expected to be a worldwide audience of up to 1 billion people for Pope Benedict XVI's arrival in Edinburgh tomorrow.

Big Chill Awaits Edinburgh's Hogmanay Street Party Revellers

Edinburgh's Hogmanay street party on Princes Street, Edinburgh

The first hours of 2010 look likely to be chilly ones with temperatures in Edinburgh dropping several degrees below zero.

RBS To Provide Free Bus Service On Hogmanay

Edinburgh's Hogmanay street party on Princes Street, Edinburgh

Free buses will be laid on again this year for revellers attending Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations.

Between 23:45 and 04:30 over 150 buses will take approximately 25,000 passengers home, clocking up a total mileage of 8,000 miles and saving party-goers £100,000.