Edinburgh is one of the birthplaces of AI and a vibrant capital city steeped in history. Edinburgh is home to David Hume, Adam Smith, James Clerk Maxwell, Dolly the Sheep, the Higgs' Boson, and countless other scientific achievements.

Edinburgh is a UNESCO World Heritage Site encompassing the largest concentration of listed buildings in the UK. Medieval Old Town will win you over with its quaint Scottish pubs and bars, narrow, winding streets and centuries old buildings. The New Town has plenty of shopping opportunities, beautiful Georgian townhouses and fantastic museums. With one dormant volcano, seven hills, clusters of cobbled streets, and tantalizing vistas waiting around every bend, the capital is a fabulous place for a walk!

Edinburgh skyline
Old town

Often referred to as the ‘Festival City’, Edinburgh offers a year-round programme of arts and cultural events. It hosts the world’s largest annual arts festival, welcoming visitors and performers from around the globe.

Edinburgh is perfect for anyone who wants to learn more about whisky or gin! There are a variety of some of the best producers and they offer great experiences for all audiences. Edinburgh is also full to the brink with some of the UK’s best Michelin star restaurants.

Rainfall is well below the Scottish average and has less annually than Rome, Frankfurt and New York!

Forth Bridge
Arthur's seat, an extinct volcano
Edinburgh Castle