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Edinburgh, Scotland Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 141
Total Sleeping Rooms 10,405
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 303
Committable Meeting Rooms* 36
Convention Center Space 15,200 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate GBP 153
Average Daily Meal Cost GBP 73
Average Weekly Car Rental GBP 86
*Maximum for a single hotel

Edinburgh, Scotland Things to Do and Attractions

Dynamic Earth

A top visitor attraction in Edinburgh, Dynamic Earth is a unique cultural and scientific learning center located in the Holyrood area of the capital. This landmark Millennium Commission-funded project was designed and built as part of the City of

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Holyrood Palace

Founded in 1128 as a monastery, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, commonly referred to as Holyrood Palace, served as royal lodging to several kings and queens, including Mary, Queen of Scots. Today, it is The Queen's Royal Residence in Scotland during

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Scottish National Gallery

The Scottish National Gallery houses one of the best collections of fine art in the world. The gallery spaces are devoted to Nineteenth-Twentieth Century Scottish Art, Northern Renaissance and Gothic Renaissance paintings, French Impressionism,

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Festival Theatre Edinburgh

Situated on Nicolson Street in Edinburgh, the Festival Theatre showcases a variety of world-class productions across all art forms. The venue was designed in 1994 as a premier dance and opera house. The performing arts venue serves as a platform for

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Murrayfield Stadium

Home of the Scottish Rugby Union, Murrayfield Stadium is one of the top stadium venues in Europe and the largest sports venue in Scotland. The stadium has witnessed some of the world's greatest rugby moments and played host to famous musicians over

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Edinburgh International Climbing Arena

This indoor climbing arena is an amazing action attraction located just outside Edinburgh. People of all ages come here to experience an adrenaline high as they explore and challenge themselves on the hundreds of climbing routes. Aside from climbing

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The Table

Counted amongst the best Edinburgh restaurants, The Table provides an interactive, fine-dining experience to its guests, who are seated overlooking an open-plan kitchen so they can watch each course being prepared. People from all over the world come

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Calistoga Restaurant

Calistoga Restaurant provides a taste of California in Edinburgh. The specialty restaurant offers great food and wine, together with friendly personal service. Their menu consists of a choice of great tasting flavors inspired by California, all

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Aizle Restaurant

Located on St. Leonard’s Street, this "neo-bistro" offers its guests a beautifully presented feast made by thoughtful sourcing and refined cooking. Their set five-course tasting menu is changed constantly, depending on what is in season and locally

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Camera Obscura & World of Illusions

The Camera Obscura and World of Illusions are actually five floors of interactive attractions in one place. Guests can hold lightning in their hand and peer into giant kaleidoscopes in the Magic Gallery, or zoom in and out of the city of Edinburgh at

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National War Museum

Located within Edinburgh Castle, the National War Museum's six galleries throw light on the battles lost and won by Scotland, through military artifacts and personal treasures. Visitors get to discover uniforms, insignia and equipment, medals,

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Edinburgh Castle

A must-see for any visitor to Scotland's capital city, this unforgettable fortress dominates the city skyline. Guests should allow for a few hours to explore this famous structure, which is home to numerous attractions: the stunning Great Hall, where

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Princes Street Gardens

Princes Street Gardens offer an idyllic refuge from the hustle and bustle of Edinburgh. Located in the heart of Edinburgh, dividing Old Town and New Town, the gardens are a hub for shoppers, office workers, tourists, and friends to mingle, listen to

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Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

An impressive 72 acres of peace, tranquility, and stunning scenery can be found at the Royal Botanical Garden in Edinburgh, just one mile from the hustle and bustle of downtown. Founded in the 17th century, the Royal Botanic Garden, or RBGE, was

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Holyrood Park

Holyrood Park is a royal park in the heart of Edinburgh, whose dramatic hills and crags have shaped the city’s unforgettable skyline. The city park's history and archaeology span thousands of years, a fact that has made it a popular visitor

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