What a beautiful place, I wish I cn stay here for all life. So much to see and so much history. Food is also very ncie and versatile. Lots of starchy food which I love. It was very tasty. Hotel was also pretty nice. The sightseeing was a damper though, because it was raining and we didn’t get to go out much.
Reviewed On : 23 Mar`17
Finally we are here
by Saahir Fahmy
An amazing Europe trip made even more amazing by HolidayMe. We covered five countirs in only 10 days and it was grand. They designed an impeccable package, no loopholes and everything went very smoothly. I have never had a foreign trip so smooth. No hitches no glitches. The hotels were good, the people were happy to help, the guides were well mannered and knowledgable. The city of Edingburg is very pretty, the locals should be very proud of it. I cannot believe I have never been here before. I could not have been happier with it. keep up the good work guys.
Reviewed On : 20 Apr`17
Scotland is so pretty
by Audrey Phillips
It was my dream to come to Scotland and see the Moors, and it finally happened thanks to HolidayMe. It was a really good trip. the hotel in edinburg was the best of the lot. they had a private Jacuzzi for our room, andt there was a really good restaurant there that made good food. Enjoyed a lot. will return soon.
Reviewed On : 12 Apr`17
by Ghazal Beshara
We had a good time in Scotland, we went to Edinburg in the end and it was very nice. It was a very clean green city. The food was a little blah, but the quantity was amazing. One portion was enough for two. Sightseeing was also good. Driver was veery freidnly, and he deserved a mention here, but I forgto his name.
Reviewed On : 20 Apr`17
Well planned by HolidayMe
by Raamis Harroun Khan
Another feather in their cap. As always HolidayMe did a good job of planning a smashing itinerary. I had wanted to visit Scotland for a long time, and finally I got a chance. We went to three cities, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburg, but I think I loved Edinburg most of them all. The hotel there was the swankiest thing that I have ever seen. We got a room upgrade also, so we were pretty happy. The sightseeing was also good. The city is very clean, that much is for sure. No body litters over there. I would love to live there.
Reviewed On : 15 Feb`17
Not interesting at all
by Mark White
Such a waste of time being in Edinburg. Miserable weather all the time, it is cloudy or raining no sigh of the sun. I dnt knw why Holiday me insisted that it is a good place to visit. The hotel was the only thing that was good, but the the food was bad and the manners of the staff was appaling.
Reviewed On : 22 Feb`17
by Jafar Doud
Had a lovely trip to Scotland this year. The first stop was Edinburgh, and it was pretty great. I loved how the weather was, all cloudy and gloomy, perfect for writing my novel. This is why I chose Scotland. Finished the novel thanks to HolidayMe and their cheap package. Keep doing the good work guys. I will come back very soon.
Reviewed On : 26 Apr`17
by Umran Hamed
Edinburg was very beautiful, as is all of the United Kingdom. N ice clean citty, spotless. People were very friendly, although we did see some ruffians nearby the bus stop. But they didn’t bother us at all. The hotel was very good, in the center of the city and close to the Sunday market. We wanted to visit Ireland also but we did not have time, but I thing edinburg was worth missing Dublin for. We spent some time at the hotel, but mostly we were just out exploring. The guide was a sweetheart, very friendly. We enjoyed the trip a lot.
Reviewed On : 22 Mar`17
Worse hotel in life
by Tahira Habeeb
Edinburg is a nice city, but this package from holiday me made it patheric. Firt of all the driver did not arrive at the airport on time, the locals there speak a weird sort of English, and refused to help us also. Very rude people at the hotel also. The weather was bad. I did not enjoy it at all.
Reviewed On : 23 Apr`17
Very bad place for tourists
by Sanobar Chahine
Don’t go to Scotland ever, people are very bad here, no one will repsect you also if you are the foregner here from another country even if you are not do anything at all they will look at you and they will also talk about you, veery bad experience we had in edinburg where hotel staff was also very un helpful. I don’t knw why they behaved like this with us. the gudie and driver were also not talking to us much, and it seems like they were talking about us. it was scary expeience. I wam glad to be back to my home.
Reviewed On : 08 Feb`17
Edinburgh Tour Packages
Witness the liveliness of the contemporary world and the charm of the medieval times as you go about touring the beautiful city of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland since the 15th century. This city exudes the Scottish grandeur through its castles, palaces, museums, gothic churches, medieval streets and architecture. The rich Scottish culture and heritage is one of the biggest attractions of Edinburgh. Situated on the east coast of Scotland, the beautiful landscape of Edinburgh is the result of ancient volcanism and recent glaciations. The city is often referred to as the literary capital of the English speaking world and also houses a couple of well-known universities. Edinburgh is the second most populous city in Scotland and the second most popular tourist destination in United Kingdom after London.
The idyllic season to visit Edinburgh is between the summer months of May and September when the climate is pleasurable enough to indulge in outdoor activities. Stroll along the Water of Leith if you are in search of peace and serenity while in Edinburgh. It cuts its way through Edinburgh and is quite a peaceful place. Adventure lovers would love to hike up the Calton Hill to enjoy the spectacular views of Edinburgh, the Firth of Forth and the countryside. Walk along the Royal Mile and delve deep into the medieval history of Edinburgh. Attend a play or concert at any of the numerous theatres in Edinburgh. The city also boasts of Europe’s largest theatre, the Edinburgh Playhouse. Enjoy an evening of traditional folk music at one of the pubs/ restaurants in Old town. Discover the Grass market area and wander along the colorful Victoria Street. Be a part of the large number of festivals that the city hosts, most of which takes place during August and September. This would be a delight for the culture vultures. Some of the popular ones are Edinburgh Military Tattoo, Edinburgh international festival, Edge festival and Edinburgh Fringe festival. Do not miss out on checking out extraordinary works by modern artists; differentiate between expressionist, cubist and contemporary art at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Feast your eyes on the beautiful stain-glass windows of the iconic, centuries-old structure of St Giles’ Cathedral. Spend an interesting afternoon at The National Museum of Scotland and know more about the country’s glorious and eventful history and culture. Hotspots of Edinburgh: Edinburgh Castle, Abbey and Palace of Holyroodhouse, St, Giles Cathedral, Museum of Scotland and Royal museum, Craigmillar Castle, The Royal Botanical Garden etc.
Top areas of Edinburgh which should not be missed are: Haymarket, Merchiston, Portobello, Newington. Night life lovers would love to visit the happening clubs of the city: Abbotsford, Amicus Apple, Assembly Bar, Indigo Yard, Wee Red Bar are few of them. Shop till you drop in Edinburgh at Princes Street, George Street, Cockburn Street, Princes Mall, St, James Mall or Ocean Terminal etc. To make the most of a stay in a city and for a comprehensive holiday package you can choose from one of many Edinburgh holiday packages that are available on HolidayMe. If you are looking for a comprehensive Edinburgh tour package, HolidayMe would not disappoint you. The holiday packages: The Scottish Retreat, Edinburgh At a Glance, Walk Along the History of Edinburgh are specifically designed keeping in mind the needs and budget of travellers.
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