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Saturday, April 26, 2008

Art, Culture and Haggis

Edinburgh is one of the most popular tourist destinations, attracting nearly 13 million visitors each year, and it is not surprising to see why. With so many outstanding qualities - an incredible drama and art, a rich cultural history - anyone who visits the city is safe to return home with something to talk about.

Edinburgh is famous for its theater, the city is, after all, is hosting the Fringe Festival - the largest performing arts festival in the world. Countless theater productions running in Edinburgh at some point this year, the main theaters of the city include the conventional production of Usher Hall, Royal Lyceum Theatre, King's Theatre and drama, while Traverse Theatre offers contemporary works
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In addition to the theaters, Edinburgh has five National Galleries - for anyone who loves art is sure to be impressed. Even tourists can visit Dolly - the first cloned mammal - which is now on display at the Royal Museum. Edinburgh also has a museum of the writer in the light of its rich literary tradition, some of the most famous writers who live or work in Edinburgh, Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson and more recently, Ian Rankin and Irvine Welsh.

Spirit visits are popular among tourists as well, the Royal Mile, visitors are led through the streets of Metro City and vaults - relics of ancient life in Edinburgh - while it is relayed through stories about the ghosts that occupy them today. A ghost tour is one of the attractions of the city par excellence, and having a well worth your time - even if you do not believe in ghosts.

Despite tasting Haggis is also a traditional part of the experience in Scotland, we can not help but notice that Edinburgh is full of international restaurants. Jamaica and Morocco to India and Thai food, anyone who likes to try different flavors, will be absolutely delighted. Edinburgh also performed the "coffee culture" an important means of its numerous cafes and charming cafes. Harry Potter fans can also visit the famous Elephant House Cafe, where JK Rowling wrote her first book of Harry Potter.

While the bustle of the city is incredible, there are several opportunities around Edinburgh for anyone who loves the outdoors peaceful. Arthur's Seat in Holyrood Park, for example, offers trails leading to spectacular views over the city, the Royal Botanical Garden is an ideal place to spend an entire day or evening. And if you want to take a scenic drive through the city, head to Princes Street Gardens or to Calton Hill, where the national monument and get a view over the city. If you want to get away from the bustle of the city for a while, you can easily organize a day-trip to the Highlands from Edinburgh.

Although there are plenty of activities to participate in the day, Edinburgh also has a lively nightlife, bars and small intimate spaces of music in bars and trendy clubs, to any person for a night on the common will not be disappointed. The Grassmarket is full of pubs and bars, while the new city with the most recent hot spots.

Other attractions include Edinburgh Castle, the Scott Monument St. Giles Cathedral, the Royal Yacht Britannia and the National Monument Calton Hill. But the most famous attraction in the city is without a doubt was the Edinburgh Festival - a collection of independent festivals that focus on theater, music, film and literature. The most famous of these include the Edinburgh International Film Festival, the Edinburgh Jazz Festival, the Edinburgh Military Tattoo, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Edinburgh International Festival, home entertainment and classical music performances. The festival starts in early August and the last four weeks - a period during which the city's population doubled.

Edinburgh New Year's Eve celebration is another popular event, and although part of the street - which attracts 100,000 people on New Year's Eve - is the main event, the celebration lasts four days, and is famous for one of the largest demonstrations
of New Year's Eve around the world.

Edinburgh Airport, with half an hour from downtown, it makes sense to fly instead of taking a train or a bus length. Countless flights to Edinburgh arrive at the daily operations of Edinburgh, so why wait? Start planning your trip today, and discover what 13 million people visit each year, you will see that art, culture and haggis really can be elements of a harmonious stay.

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