Category Archives: Edinburgh International Book Festival

Guide To Accommodation For The Edinburgh Festival 2012

The Edinburgh Festival, or rather Festivals (there are actually several festivals in Edinburgh in August, and many others throughout the year), is a time for entertainment, art, culture, and much fun. It’s certainly not a time for worrying about finding … Continue reading

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Hotels Near The Edinburgh International Book Festival

The Edinburgh International Book Festival is held every August. The main centre of activities is Charlotte Square in the New Town. If you love to read books then this is the event for you. The most popular part of the … Continue reading

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The Alexander McCall Smith Literary Tour of Edinburgh

Alexander McCall Smith is an internationally known and loved writer of fiction who lives in Edinburgh and who has set many of his books in the city. This blog post, with map, strives to highlight some of the locations around the … Continue reading

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Preview of the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2012

The Edinburgh International Book Festival is the world’s largest public celebration of books. This year’s festival will run from 11th to 27th August, 2012. Leading writers come to the city to discuss their books, ideas and characters with us – the … Continue reading

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