If you live here, you probably already knew it: Edinburgh is the greenest city among the UK's ten most populated cities.
Looking for something different this Christmas?
Edinburgh World Heritage and the University of Edinburgh have produced a trail of the University’s historic buildings launched on the 21st of January this year.
As the promoters of the Great Edinburgh Run say, a 5k or 10k jog through the capital is a great way to see the Old and New Towns in all their glory in a fun, energetic fashion. "Make a weekend of it in Scotland's historic capital city," says the web site.
Queuing to borrow a book should become a thing of the past when self service kiosks are installed in Edinburgh Central Library this Summer.
Anyone who cycles regularly in Edinburgh will probably be familiar with the SPOKES cycle map, with its detailed breakdown of Edinburgh roads and rides.
Corstorphine Hill is a public park and natural wonder with Edinburgh's largest stretch of mature woodland.
Back in the day, when Edinburgh Guide was first launched, you could count the number of online maps of Edinburgh on your hands. Today, dynamic, interactive maps are an intregral part of any web site worth its salt.
This hybrid view of greater Edinburgh overlays a map of the capital on top of a satellite image. Click the buttons for map view or satelite view only. Use arrows or your mouse (click and drag) to navigate. The zoom quality of the satellite image is remarkably good.