The wonderful city of Edinburgh is an enchanting place to visit, packed with a diverse range of attractions for everybody. Edinburgh is a beautifully green city surrounded by wide open spaces where you can witness some of the most amazing views in the world. The coastline is perfect for long beach walks or to simply relax in the crisp air. Indulge in a wide array of restaurants and bars.
Samhuinn Fire Festival is a modern re-imagining of an ancient celtic festival marking the end of summer and rise of winter
Edinburgh sparkles at Christmas and features events, attractions and shows for all the family to enjoy during the festival season.
The largest New Year event in the world with five days of celebrations culminating with a massive New Year's Eve street party.
Fun and inspiration for all ages featuring the inventions and innovations of the world of science and technology.
Beltane is an ancient Celtic festival and Edinburgh plays host to some colourful and exciting celebrations to mark the date.
The festival celebrates all that Leith has to offer - heritage, culture, diversity, future and people. It is a community arts festival that encompasses all art forms which comes together in a fantastic 9 day programme in the Summer. There are over 100 events in 50 venues within a 1 mile radius from the heart of Leith.
The first Edinburgh Festival of Cycling took place in 2013. Organised by locals, this Festival will return for the third time in 2015 and will be a real showcase for all aspects of bicycle culture and the host city.
A home of innovative and exciting cinema, the Festival has presented cinema's most important moments and hosted to the world's greatest filmmakers.
Featuring international stars, exciting newcomers and the hottest local talent spanning the earliest jazz forms to the thriving contemporary creativity of today.
The world's best theatre for children designed to captivate, entertain and inspire audience members from curious toddlers to teenagers.
The Edinburgh Mela is a two-day Festival celebrating the very best in world music and dance. The Festival is held annually on Leith Links in Edinburgh.
The city's galleries, museums and visual art spaces combine to present the most exciting and intriguing of the modern and contemporary visual arts world.
The largest arts Festival in the world transforms Edinburgh with live theatre and comedy performances in the streets and across over 200 venues around the city.
The finest in classical music, theatre, opera and dance gather to present one of the most innovative and accessible Festivals of the performing arts.
The largest Book Festival of its kind, with over 700 world-class writers and thinkers taking part in more than 800 events.
The Festival of Spirituality and Peace features music, dance, talks and other events highlighting humanitarian issues and causes.
A unique blend of music, ceremony, entertainment and theatre set against magnificent Edinburgh Castle combines to create one of the world’s greatest shows.