Edinburgh Attractions and Travel Guide
Edinburgh is capital city of Scotland and also ranks as second largest city in Scotland. It is also known as seventh most populous city in the United Kingdom. Edinburgh is also served as the local government council area. There are two main districts in the Edinburgh that are now listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the city you can find about 4500 listed buildings and about 40 conversation areas. In 2009 the total estimated population of the city is about 477,660. It is a city of festivals and cultures so here you can find many cultural and other festivals. The famous annually festivals are Edinburgh international festival and Edinburgh international book festival held four weeks from august. There are basically official and independent festivals that are celebrated annually. Other main events in the city are Burns Night, Beltane Fire Festival and Hogmanay Street Party.
There are about one million visitors in one year.
After London Edinburgh is second most visited place in the United Kingdom. There are so many tourists’ destinations in the city that attracts the visitors every year.
Reaching there is very easy, as you can reach there most common three ways air, rail and road. By air it is well connected with the major destinations of the world. It has main international airport in the city, which has great access with other nearest tourist destinations. Flights have many great connections with several tourist attractions in the top cities. You can also travel to Edinburgh by the trains and ferries from French destinations. Eurostar has great connections from every city and ferries connect Dover to Calais.
You can easily travel to edinburgh by the flights from any destination in the UK, I would like to suggest you Alicante Fligts as the best ways and you can have look if you think that it is better to travel with flights.