A selective survey of the best that Edinburgh has to offer, from the author of Scotland's most popular independent guide, Scotland the Best! Edinburgh the Best! for the first time takes all the Edinburgh recommendations, adds some extra categories and includes colour photographs to provide the best and most useful guide to all the capital has to offer. From the main attractions of the city to the best walks, from tearooms to French restaurants, from pubs to Sunday breakfasts, the book provides an incisive guide to all that is excellent in Edinburgh. This new edition has been fully updated to incorporate the best of all the recent developments in Edinburgh including the Britannia and the Museum of Scotland. However well you know Edinburgh, Peter Irvine will guide you to something excitingly new.
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This is the guide to help you experience all that is excellent in Edinburgh. Whether visiting on pleasure or business, why settle for second-rate when you can be guided to so much that is superb? Edinburgh the Best! provides hundreds of recommendations for the very best of nearly everything: from the main attractions of the city to the best walks, from pubs and tearooms to French restaurants, along with places to take the kids, hear music, and buy clothing. This new edition has been fully updated to incorporate the best of all the recent developments in Edinburgh, and all 470 recommendations have been personally visited and assessed by the author.About the Author:
Peter Irvine was born and raised in Jedburgh, the nearest town to the English border. He is now a director of the two leading-edge companies in Scotland which produce most of the major public events in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Among other things, he is personally responsible for the Glasgow Art Fair and Edinburgh's Hogmanay, which is now the biggest New Year festival in the world.
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Book Description HarperCollins UK, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 000472464X