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Looking more like a film set than a city, Edinburgh is a picture postcard of Gothic and medieval streets that will impress even the most experienced traveller. Nicknamed the Athens of the North, Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful and atmospheric cities in Europe. It is certainly one of the most visited, seeing over a million tourists trampling its streets each year. They come for its snaking, medieval streets, Georgian architecture, popular festivals and the majestic Edinburgh Castle that has overlooked the city for centuries.

As the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is full of things to see and do, from its scary age-old dungeons and submerged and forgotten medieval streets to art-filled galleries and royal palaces.

Edinburgh's Christmas There is so much for kids and adults in Edinburgh's Christmas, it's no wonder the event lasts over six weeks. Take to the sky for some cracking views from the Big Wheel, lose yourself for a while in the Christmas tree maze, explore Edinburgh's iconic buildings in 24 days of advent, do a spot (or a lot) of Christmas shopping at the market, glide gracefully across the ice at the skating rink in St Andrew Square, or just relax with a spiced hot chocolate and watch the world go by surrounded by fairy lights. www.edinburghschristmas.com

Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival This summer sees the return of one of the top ten jazz festivals in Europe. Between 14th and 23rd July, over 170 concerts will take place, paying homage to favourite classics as well as providing a platform for innovative new artists. The Carnival on Sunday 16th July is not to be missed, centred around Princes Street, over 800 performers will showcase music, dance, costumes, acrobats and puppetry from across the world.

Cheese fans don't need to go to the continent to savour the finest of cheeses. I.J. Mellis prides itself in offering the best of farmhouse cheeses, a far tastier alternative to the mass-produced factory versions from the supermarket. Try their tangy Isle of Mull Cheddar or brave one of their full-flavoured blue cheeses, such as their glorious stilton. www.mellischeese.net

Pentland Hills A visit to Scotland wouldn't be complete without taking in the country's glorious countryside. While the Pentlands may be no match for the Scottish Highlands, they're far more easily reached, being only a short bus or car drive from the city centre. Escape Edinburgh and get your dose of fresh air and tranquillity.

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