Places to visit in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is the place to go if you’re wanting lots to do, it’s a beautiful city filled with medieval architecture, gorgeous cobbled streets and much more fantastic things to offer for you and the rest of your family! Edinburgh is defiantly a must on your bucket list even if you just want to sit in cafes, take visits to Whisky bars, visit Edinburgh’s famous castle or even go on nice romantic strolls, anything you want to do name it and Edinburgh will have it! the city will never leave you feeling bored.

If you love medieval towns and cities then you’ve come to the right place, Edinburgh has many gorgeous medieval architecture and there’s lots of cathedrals, Edinburgh castle, houses and shops. Even strolls around the royal mile will make you imagine what life in Edinburgh was like many years ago. Edinburgh is full of history, which is one of the many reasons why it’s such a beautiful, fascinating city, if you want to see the medieval part of Edinburgh then you must take a trip to the old town.

At the old town you will be introduced to preserved historical buildings and streets. The old town is a bustling area filled with gorgeous old buildings and narrow alleys. Here in Edinburgh old town you will be able to discover some of the town’s oldest attractions as well as being able to make use of a wide section of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. So whilst looking at Edinburgh’s history you’ll also be able to have some refreshments.

Many people enjoy visiting Edinburgh castle multiple times as it’s Edinburgh’s most visited tourist attraction in Scotland, The castle is a historic fortress which dominates the city of Edinburgh. Visiting Edinburgh castle you’ll be able to learn some of the most fantastic facts about Edinburgh’s past. Some of which will leave you feeling amazed that you didn’t know these interesting facts.

Do you fancy seeing some medieval architecture? Then take a visit to St Margaret’s Chapel. This chapel is the oldest surviving building in Edinburgh, it was built in the early 12th century. The chapel was built around 1130 by ‘king David I’, he named the chapel after his mother Queen Margaret. Did you know that in the 1500s, the chapel was used as a gunpowder store? Many people enjoy visiting this chapel as it’s a symbol of Edinburgh’s history and you’re able to learn fascinating things about Edinburgh’s past.

In a Motorhome/Campervan you’re able to drive where you need to go and you’re able to sleep where you choose! But you can always book onto Camping Park’s. You can also drive to nearby attractions in your Motorhome/Campervan!

If you would like to hire a Campervan in Edinburgh you can book online or Call our Freephone number on 0800 688 9869.

We deliver around the UK or you can pick up at one of our branches in; Blackburn, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Preston & Wigan. Also check out website www.easicampers.com for pictures our vehicles, all our latest offers, campervan/motorhome news, blogs and ex-rentals for sale!