The Edinburgh airport is not a huge one but it has some direct flights to the US. From the airport there is a very convenient bus service to the city center, the Airlink 100, that runs every half an hour.
Public transportation via the Lothian Bus system is very efficient and extended, and free for students.
Where to stay
These are the places that we tried so far:
- A lovely airbnb right in the middle of the old city, by the beautiful historic Greyfriars Kirk graveyard
- KM hotel, owned by the University of Edinburgh, conveniently located half way from the station, the old town and the university
- The Baxter Hostel, pretty and clean, by the train station
Where to eat
These are the places where either I or Luce ate so far:
Cafè francese Meadows
Tanjore South Indian
Cafè a Leith per fish and chips
Pies su St. Nichols' street
Drift al Castello
The Dome for the High/Afternoon Tea!
Castle - Royal Mile
Museum of Scotland
St. George's Square and the University
Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags
Newtown and the National Gallery of Art
Stockbridge and Circus Lane
Water of Leith walkaway - Leith
Royal Palace at Holyrood House
North Berwick and Tantalon Castle
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