Centre of Scotland. That's Edinburgh. We don't want to scare you, but do you know that it is said to be one of the most haunted places in Europe? It hides mysterious theatres, underground passageways and is a must-see for horror fans on their travel plans. The city also inspired the author of detective stories about Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle himself. But don't be afraid! At the same time, Edinburgh is also one of the most romantic cities and a muse for writer J. K. Rowling, who wrote most of the Harry Potter books there.

Flights from Bratislava

Direct flights from Bratislava airport are provided by the low-cost company Ryanair. It will take you to Edinburgh International Airport in takes just two hours and forty minutes. There are regular flights from Bratislava twice a week, on Mondays and Saturdays.

Transport from the airport to the city centre

From the airport to the city centre there are many buses at an interval of approximately 10 to 30 minutes, the fastest one will get you to the centre in just half an hour. You can find the exact schedule of connections here:

https://www.edinburghairport.com/transport-links/ buses-and-coaches

You can also use the tram. For the price of 6 pounds, he will take you from the airport to St Andrew Square, runs once every 7 minutes. More here:


If you need to come to other cities in Scotland, such as Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, and others, use the trains. The nearest train station can be reached from the airport by tram, which runs every 7 minutes. You can find more about train transport here:


What not to miss in Edinburgh

The medieval Old Town and the Georgian New Town are parts of Edinburgh listed in the UNESCO. This already shows that there is no shortage of sights in the city. Wander around it on foot. The dominant feature of the city is Edinburgh Castle, which rises on an extinct volcano above the city. A street called the Royal Mile leads from the castle, at the end of which you will find Holyrood Palace - the official royal summer residence built in the Baroque style. If you would like to enjoy a perfect view of the city, go to Calton Hill. At the top of this viewpoint is the National Monument - a stone gazebo commemorating the victims of the Napoleonic Wars. Do you remember that we also introduced Edinburgh as a haunted city? If you want to see for yourself, visit the local cemetery Greyfriars Kirkyard with its sad history - its walls hid one of the first concentration camps in the world.

And what would a visit to a Scottish town be without tasting Scotch whiskey? Book a visit to the attraction combined with tastings on The Scotch Whiskey Experience website.

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