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This week we're showing you how to get the most out of 48 hours in the iconic city of Edinburgh.
So let's get started!
Edinburgh is a stunning historical city that's filled with beautiful architecture.
Start your first day by exploring the city streets and meeting the locals as you make your way up the Royal Mile.
It's the beating heart of Edinburgh, filled with friendly faces and quintessential shops.
You'll find everything from whiskey to Kashmir as you wander up to the crown jewel, Edinburgh Castle.
Exploring its grounds is like stepping back in time with fairy tale-like features everywhere you look, venture through the narrow walkways and open rooms adorned with royal relics.
You can even take a tour of the old prison quarters to learn how criminals would have lived back in the 1700s.
If you're a history buff this absolutely has to be on your bucket list.
If you're looking for a great place to eat, the city is full of them.
But one of our favorites is cafe Royale.
It's a historic Victorian pub with all the ornate details you'd expect.
Marble floors goldleaf finishes and stained-glass windows make it one of the most opulent places to eat in the city.
They're always the bar serves off a beautifully crafted menu of fine foods.
It can be a little pricey here but if you don't have the budget you can always sit in the pub area for a tasty British pub lunch.
Next, work off your lunch with a walk of Calton Hill in the city centre.
Here you'll find beautiful monuments in a peaceful setting with some brilliant views of Edinburgh.
It's a great spot to snap a few unmissable photos.
If you've stayed with the schedule up to here then you may have some free time to explore the city before dinner.
Devil's Advocate is a great place to go for your evening meal.
Grab yourself a signature cocktail and choose some of the great eats from their menu.
The bar is packed with personality and makes the perfect start to a night out.
Another great place for more of a drinking experience is brew he mia.
Where you can book a tasting to sample some of Scotland's best whiskey and beers.
It's a brilliant place to go with a group of friends and there's often a great atmosphere created by live music.
Day two.
If you love a hike we recommend heading up Arthur's Seat.
This towering rock face sits perfectly at the edge of the city and offers great views.
The hike isn't difficult and it's a great chance to escape from the busy streets.
If you get up a little earlier, it's a brilliant place to watch the Sun rise.
Back in the city, Armstrong's vintage is a must visit for the style conscious.
Its rails are filled with quirky accessories and hidden treasures.
You might just find your new favorite outfit right here.
Dean Village is the most picturesque neighbourhood with colorful streets and historic buildings.
There's a real sense of character here.
It's built along the beautiful canal with pretty washing lines in a wonderful courtyard.
It really is like something from a fairy tale, and it's a great place for a relaxing stroll.
You can snap some great photos here as well so it's definitely worth a visit.
Now is a good time to grab some lunch.
And if you're looking for vegan options or just open to trying something new, then holy cow might be perfect for you, with delicious plant-based burgers and tasty sweet treats.
After lunch, drive out of the city center and head to Gilmerton Cove.
Here you can uncover the mysterious underground history of Edinburgh.
This series of passageways and chambers is believed to have been hand-carved by a local blacksmith in the 18th century.
At the time it was used as a secret drinking den and a Smuggler's lair.
With tales of ghosts and spirits it's really eerie down there and you can't help feeling like there's always someone stood behind you.
A little further out you'll find rise extreme air sports.
Test your skills on the crazy obstacle courses, challenge your friends to a game of dodgeball and catch big air on that endless trampolines.
This factory of fun is the perfect adrenaline filled way to end your trip.
Well that's all we have time for on this one, but we'd love to hear your recommendations for Edinburgh in the comments below.
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48 Hours In EDINBURGH | UNILAD Adventure

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April Lu published on March 21, 2019    Arnold Hsu translated    Evangeline reviewed
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