Are you tired of being bored on walking tours? Then join me on a fun and engaging Historical walk through Edinburgh! Questions welcomed on this laid back tour. We will start at Charlotte Square on George Street and begin our journey from New Town, to Old Town with fun facts and important historical information along the way. We stroll down Princes Street & Gardens, crossing over to Old Town. We walk up to Royal Mile, and then down through the Cowgate and Grassmarket area. As we finish in the heart of Old Town, I will treat us to Edinburgh's finest Pie Shop, The Pie Maker. A cheap and effective way to indulge in Scottish culture and cuisine, The Pie Maker is sure to soothe your soul after a couple of hours walking these cobbled streets! If you need any extra time slots, let me know! I'm always willing to be flexible for your schedule. Early mornings and nights even a possibility!
I’m a history buff, and an avid food lover. I have been independently studying international cultures for at least 10 years. I’ve moved to Edinburgh from America a little more than a year ago and believe I have a unique view of this city coming from the outside, but connecting with locals and learning what’s made them so passionate about their city. I love this city, the sights to see, and the food to eat. YUM. I would love to share some of these passions with world travelers and give them a better insight into the local life here in Edinburgh!
A pie for each person from The Pie Maker
Meeting Point: Charlotte Square/George Street Princes Street, the commercial hub of present day Edinburgh, the Gardens just below provide an excellent green escape. Scot Monument, This is a central focal piece of the city's landscape Grassmarket, Cobbled marketplace of Edinburgh's past. Greyfriars Kirkyard & Candlemaker Row, Historic section of Old Town steeped in stories & Legends Ending at Pie Maker in heart of Old Town.
最多10人參加，年齡須滿16歲。家長可攜帶2歲以下兒童參加。 Must be okay with history, and good food!
Good walking shoes
There is a good amount of walking, so please come prepared to do so. I firmly believe the best way to experience this city is by walking it. Rain may happen at any time and turn to sunshine, so bring an umbrella to be precautious.
Not An Average HistoryTour