|Edinburgh Airport Shuttles|
|Edinburgh is known as Athens of the North because of its significance during the Age of Enlightenment. It is also the second largest city in Scotland and the country’s capital.|
If you don’t want to walk there are two main bus companies: Lothian and First; the latter being privately operated. A single ticket on the Lothian is $2.44 USD £1.50 . If you change buses, you have to pay again unless you have an all day ticket, expect to pay $5.69 USD £3.50 . There is a tramway in St. Andrews square to the city centre and the airport. If you want to get out of the city, there are coach buses and a train line. You can always rent a car or catch a taxi.
EDI Hotel Shuttles
About Edinburgh Airport
Things to do Edinburgh
Where to eat near EDI
Edinburgh International Airport (EDI) sees over 9 million passengers each year and it is the busiest airport in Scotland. The city of Edinburgh is separated into areas. These areas usually include residential buildings, a main street which includes most of the local shops, a historic main street or high street, and a park. Edinburgh’s areas are: Old Town, New Town, Southside, Leith and Urban area. Edinburgh is known for its festivals, it hosts several each year. Some of the festivals that Edinburgh hosts are the Edinburgh International Festival (which is also the longest running festival in Edinburgh), Edinburgh International Film Festival and the Edingburgh International Science Festival.
While you are in Edinburgh make sure to check out some of its many libraries and museums. Some of these are the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the Royal Museum, the Museum of Scotland, National War Museum of Scotland, the National Library of Scotland, Museum of Childhood, National War Museum of Scotland, and the Museum of Edinburgh. If you are up for a Pub Crawl make sure to stop by the Grassmarket, George Street and Lothian Road.