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Flights To Edinburgh

Mini Scotland

The beauty with a beating heart; Edinburgh is a city that glows the most. Filled with quirky, come-hither nooks that fascinate the very eye that sees it, Edinburgh is the city is that has stories of auld haul sync and lively nights in historic streets. Being known as Europe’s hot spot, Edinburgh is nicknamed as the Athens of the North by the Scottish thinkers and philosophers To explore this beautiful city, why not take some gens beforehand that would help you in organizing your list of do’s and don’ts.

Edinburgh proffers a lot to see

Edinburgh is a whole year-round destination because it has a lot to allure its tourists. If we talk about Edinburgh castle that has played a vital role in Scottish history, Scottish Parliament Building designed by the world famous Catalan architect Enric Miralles, Royal Yacht Britannia that was the British royal families’ floating holiday home, Palace of Holyroodhouse which is the royal families’ official residence, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Real Mary King’s Close which was built in the 18th century, National Museum of Scotland, Royal Botanic Garden which is the second oldest institution in Britain, Arthur’s Seat which is a rocky peak, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh Zoo, Lauriston Castle or St Giles Cathedral. All of these attractions are what make Edinburgh one of the finest tourist destinations.

Edinburgh proffers a lot to do

Martin Wishart is a restaurant where you are offered with divine cuisine and in a very low budget. Here you see the hustle because of its elegancy and both traditional and modern cuisine. Victoria Street gives you a chance to have the best selection of Edinburgh’s independent boutiques in your sight. It’s a must see place for ladies as they like to do shopping. Food is also offered here to enjoy with shopping. Camera Obscura is an enormous Victoria domed structure, through which you can view the skyline in an exciting manner. It will add up a delightful experience to your memories. The scenic astonishment viewed by you while being stood in the terrace is admirable and you definitely relish it. LCD Sound system echoing the sound of unimpeachable music that makes your night is possible if and only if you are at Sneaky Pete’s because it is the finest club in town that is open every night and has the capacity to accommodate a crowd of 100. Marchmont is a must see place. It’s a theatre having deep history regarding ghost illusions and will enjoy your time while being there.

Best time to visit Edinburgh

Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Hogmanay Celebration are two top-notch events that take place in Edinburgh. So it will be the best time to visit Edinburgh and be the part of these great commemorations. Taking place in August, Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the perfect site for art lovers where they rollick their love for arts whereas Hogmanay Celebrations are a kind of warm welcome in the cold season at New Year. In these two months (August and December) it is near to impossible to find cheapest flight to Edinburgh because of the great notoriety these events have. August also endeavors Edinburgh International Festival which is the perfect event to attend by the party lovers. It is a four-week event of music, dance and theatre. Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is another fantastic event in August where thousands of drummers, pipers, dancers and musicians gather from all around the world and celebrate their love for music. You can only partook in these events if you have booked your flight way too before.

Off season

There is no off season to visit Edinburgh but there are certain times where you can find the cheap flights. The cheapest flights to Edinburgh can be found from September to December although the Christmas time is not included in December. By grabbing a cheap flight you can save up to 500 pounds maximum and 30 pounds minimum so make sure to book in off season to enjoy a reduce fare.

Best time to book a flight

Try to book your flight at least two to three weeks before you want to fly but booking more in advance will facilitate even more in many ways encompassing accommodation, flight fares, promotions and deals.

Time for flight

The air flights from U.K to Edinburgh are not hauled and it is like to have a jaunt from one city to another because Scotland (Edinburgh) is situated inside UK territory. Flights from London to Edinburgh will take 1 hour and 20 minutes, fight from Manchester to Edinburgh will take 1 hour and 5 minutes, it will take 1 hour and 15 minutes to travel from Birmingham to Edinburgh and a time of 1 hour and 10 minutes is required for the air flight if you are beginning your jaunt from Bristol to Edinburgh.

Airlines to fly with

You can grab the cheapest flight to Edinburgh by travelling with the airlines like Air France, KLM, Flybe and Finnair. The flight fares are normally competitive and vary from time to time throughout the year as Edinburgh is a tourist destination that receives travellers from all around the world all of the year. It will be a helpful practice to search before you book. Comparing the same flight by all these airlines and the policies they are endeavoring such as free baggage allowance, weightage of luggage, rules regarding pets, rules regarding minors, baggage that can be carried inside flight and onboard services will give you an idea to which airline you have to opt.

From airport to the main city

Edinburgh International Airport is situated 12 km from the city center so it will not take much time to travel from airport to the city. You have a plenty of transportation options to get into the city. Get the air link 100 express and N22 night buses to Waverley Bridge. It will take you to the city in 25 minutes. Lothian bus number35 also covers the route but has stops at numerous points. A car or a taxi is also a good option to travel. Trams are frequent and are very reliable so can be used as mean f transportation.