City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Café Andaluz Edinburgh's largest Spanish restaurant purveying classics such as tapas, paella, spanish wines, and cocktails. Lunch, pre-theatre, and "Spanish Sunday" specials.
Craft House Concept Display and retail outlet showcasing sustainable interior design and craft, with emphasis on eco-design.
Caledonian Brewery At its height, in the 19th century, Edinburgh's brewing industry comprised of some 40 or so breweries.
Renroc
Cafe Renroc A cafe-bar, gallery, and relaxation centre providing holistic treatments, in one place.
Collective Gallery The Collective runs a programme of visual art exhibitions, projects and commissions.
Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart A Society of Jesus (Jesuit) community has been established at the Church of the Sacred Heart since the parish was formed in 1859.
Craiglockhart Hill Craiglockhart Hill is really two hills, Wester Craig and Easter Craig, situated to the South of Edinburgh, in the residential areas of Braidburn and Craiglockhart.
Walk in the woods
Corstorphine Hill Corstorphine Hill is a public park and nature reserve to the West of Edinburgh, on the road to Glasgow. It's often considered one of Edinburgh's "Seven Hills".
Cammo Estate Water Tower
Cammo Estate Park The Cammo Estate is an 85 acre public park run by the City of Edinburgh council. It's a quiet spot with meadows, dykes, and mature, open woodland, situated in the Barnton area on the North West edge...
Craiglockhart Parish Church Church of Scotland Church to the South West of the City Centre. On the bus route for Colinton Road and Slateford Road (number 4 stops outside) and train (Slateford Station).
Church of the Sacred Heart 1860 Roman Catholic church, located between the Grassmarket and Tollcross, on the edge of Edinburgh's historic Old Tow
C Soco Urban Garden bar
C Soco Urban Garden When fire destroyed the old Gilded Balloon, a gap was left in the Cowgate like a pulled tooth on the face of the Old Town.
Canon's Gait
Canons' Gait Bar Friendly bar at the Canongate end of the Royal Mile modern upper lounge bar and cellar bar. Has a tradition of supporting local music talent in basement bar. 78
Columcille Centre Located in an old church building, the Columcille Centre operates as a community center and event space throughout the year and during the Fr 336
Charlotte Chapel Centrally located Baptist church. 245
City of Edinburgh Methodist Church Formerly known as 'Nicolson Square Methodist Church', four congregations joined together to create the current church in 19th century building on a corner of this small green square.
Camera Obscura and World of Illusions A mere stone throw from Edinburgh Castle esplanade, Camera Obscura packs in all manner of Victorian era illusion and trompe l'oeil
City Cafe Under new management in 2010, the City Cafe has taken on a Fifties American diner theme complete with jukebox and kids' activities. Open late. 85
Cafe Royale (interior)
Cafe Royal In spite of its proximity to Princes Street and Waverley Station, Cafe Royal is not a pub you stumble upon easily.
CC Blooms The long-standing gay bar and hi-NRG night club has a late licence and two bars on two floors. Located at the top of Leith Walk, it gets busy at nights as drinkers turn out of Broughton Street bars. 171