Travel to Edinburgh on a private jet. Make sure you can see and do all there is in Edinburgh on your schedule.
Speaking of that, what is there to see and do in Edinburgh?
There are breathtaking sights in the Scottish capital. And some sights will scare the breath out of you. Here's a look at some sights of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Castle sits on a volcanic outcrop overlooking the city and is one of the oldest fortified places in Europe. As you walk up Castle Hill, you are walking in the footsteps of kings and queens. The castle has functioned as a royal residence, a military garrison, even a prison. Interestingly, it is available for hire for private functions, making it a perfect location for a private, family dinner.
Have you ever wanted to visit Camelot? Legend has it that Arthur's Seat was home for King Arthur and his Knights. What's true about Arthur's Seat is that it sits atop an extinct volcano at the bottom of The Royal Mile. It's called a volcano plug.
Scotch Whisky Experience
This is a must for any discerning scotch drinker. And for any first-time visitor to Edinburgh. You'll be made part of the distilling process and become familiar with how scotch is created. You'll then enter the vault containing the world's largest collection of scotch whisky. From there, you can sample a tiny dram of a variety of different scotch whisky.
There are many more places to see in Edinburgh, from the Royal Botanic Garden to the Underground Ghost Tour. Know that there are a variety of experiences waiting for every member of your family in Edinburgh.
There are also many events taking place throughout the year. This includes the Edinburgh International Children's Festival, the Edinburgh Zoo After Hours, and the Edinburgh Art Festival.
What About Scottish Food? Are There Fine Restaurants in Edinburgh?
Edinburgh is home to four Michelin Starred restaurants and is a city renowned for its fine food scene. Here are a few suggestions:
This is a former bank building, located on George Street, one of the city's busiest. You can enjoy lunch, afternoon tea, or dinner at The Dome.
This Michelin Starred restaurant will give you the feel of Scotland along with some modern twists. Those include a glass wall that allows diners to watch their food being prepared. You might even see the founder, Tom Kitchin, working on your meal. The Kitchin is located on Edinburgh's Waterfront.
This Michelin Starred restaurant is located in the famous Balmoral hotel. Number One features a seven-course daily menu and will give you the experience of modern Scottish cuisine.
Where are the Best Places to Stay?
The Balmoral Hotel is one of the dominating landmarks in Edinburgh. The clock towers over Prince's Street and is permanently set three minutes fast. That's to help passengers make their trains at Waverley Station. The Balmoral features luxurious rooms and is a grand hotel that has stayed relevant. One more thing: J.K. Rowling wrote the final chapters of Harry Potter while staying at the Balmoral.
The Witchery by the Castle
This is Edinburgh's opulent, romantic retreat. Candle-lit suites, four-poster beds, and roll-top baths are just the start. The Witchery by the Castle takes opulence to a new level, one you and your partner will surely enjoy.
The Bonham Hotel
The Bonham was created from three townhomes in Edinburgh's upscale West End. The Bonham was recently renovated but retained its period architecture, such as huge bay windows. The beds are deep and the rooms are decorated with bright velvets.
LunaJets is the Perfect Complement for Your Trip to Edinburgh
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