City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Reverie Freshly cooked pub grub at reasonable prices with pleasant staff.
Commie with Arthur's Seat
Royal Commonwealth Pool The Royal Commonwealth Pool (RCP), aka "the Commie", is a broad, squarish building in the Newington area to the South of the City. The building, with its Olympic sized pool housed within,...
Royal Observatory The main astronomy observatory, in the South of Edinburgh, distinguished by its distinctive copper domes atop Blackford Hill.
Rafael's Bistro Rafael's intimate basement restaurant offers a range of seafood, and meat dishes, using locally sourced ingredients in dishes that often riff on the classic dishes of the former Dalhousie castle ch
Royal High School The Royal High School can claim to be Edinburgh's oldest school, although it has re-located from its Calton Hill location to Barnton in the North West of Edinburgh, to the North of
Raj Restaurant Tommy Miah's long-running indian restaurant has moved, after 30 years, from the Shore in Leith, but the food and service remains top notch. 386
Rat Pack Recently renovated, basement piano bar with a theme that riffs on the Rat Pack era with cocktails influenced by songs from the 1950s, and bar staff dressed in uniforms of braces, trilbies and ties.
Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
RGBE - Off Inverleith House Lawn A central spot in the 70-acre Royal Botanic Garden. The lawn is in front of the terrace cafe, and Inverleith House. Two famous art commissions are installed near the lawn: eco-artist Andy Goldworthy'...
Royal Botanic Garden - Fletcher Building Completed in 1970 this building near the Inverleith Row entrance to the Royal Botanic Garden was designed for floral displays, art exhibtions, and performances.
Red in Ed
Red Bus, The All aboard the vintage playbus!
Reverie Newington area bar on the corner of East Preston St and Newington Rd that serves reasonable pub food.
Royal Mile Tavern entrance at night
Royal Mile Tavern Central bar in the Edinburgh Old Town. Live music from 9pm til late. Pub grub.
Royal National Institute for the Blind School for the blind and visually impaired
Ripping Records Ripping Records closed on 26th November 2016. Local, long-standing ticketing outlet specialising in tickets for gigs.
Mary King's Close
Real Mary King's Close Mary King's Close is a narrow and eerily well-preserved, Old Town close that was sealed off and built over, in 1753, on the site of Edinburgh City Chambers.
Royal Bank of Scotland, St. Andrew Square
Royal Bank of Scotland, St. Andrew Square The Royal Bank of Scotland has gone from darling of the stock market to corporate basket case in a matter of years, but it still retains an attractive head office in the heart of Edinburgh's financ
Royal Highland Centre Scotland's largest indoor and outdoor venue, the Royal Highland Centre plays host to over 250 events annually on the outskirts of Edinburgh. The venue is 368
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh The 300-plus year-old Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (RCPE) building is home to a Scottish professional organisation that now has 10,000 fellows, members, associates and affiliates in 86 74
Riddle's Court Edinburgh Old Town, "A' listed courtyard which dates back to 1587 and was the former residence of renowned Edinburgh Enlightenment philosopher David Hume in the mid-eighteenth century. 277
Royal Society of Edinburgh
Royal Society of Edinburgh The spirit of the Edinburgh Enlightenment can still be found at the home of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, an educational charity set up in 1783 and based at this location since 1907.