This nine-minute tour enables you to know more of Edinburg’s New Town. That said, Edinburg is anything, but new having been in existence since the 18th century. The town was built during the 1700s with the sole aim of alleviating overcrowding that was prevalent in Edinburg at the time. The Newtown, though age is still well designed with neatly arranged houses, impressive pillars, and smooth sandstones facades creating one of the coolest towns in the United Kingdom.
An expert local guide will lead you to place that do not often appear in maps including detailed answers to all questions you like to know.
The city built in the 18th century still ranks as one of the best places to live, and it is no wonder that Edinburg residents aspire to carry this address. Walking down the famed, George Street reminds you of the Georgian grandeur as it is well constructed using the neoclassical architecture. Walking to the Royal Society building will give you access to the decadent Assembly rooms.
You will meet your guide at the St. Andrew’s square Gardens. This is a lovely Oasis in new Town is a perfect introduction to the New Town.
As you stroll down George Street, your guide will illuminate you knowledge of the town with knowledge tales dating back to the 18th century including some interesting stories of former residents such as Sir Walter Scott.
One of the impressive attractions to George Street is its immaculately designed public buildings one of them in the Royal Society building that is home to the Royal Society of Edinburg national Academy.
The departure time is 11 am from Central Edinburg near st Andrew’s Square Gardens. The tour will ends where it started.
This tour in Edinburg costs $16.84. This price only caters for local guide fees. Gratuities, and hotel pick up and drop off charges are not catered.
The Voucher has all the necessary information important for the smooth facilitation of your tour. For this tour, either an electronic or a paper voucher is valid.