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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 Doors Open Day The weekend of 23rd-24th September offers a rare opportunity: to explore the Edinburgh's architecturally and culturally significant buildings, all for free. This isn't only a chance to get free entry into the city's tourist attractions, however, as buildings normally closed to visitors, such as the Lothian Chambers or the National Archives of Scotland, will be open for tours.

St Mary's Cathedral You'll see the three romantic spires of St Mary's Cathedral towering over Edinburgh, but it's certainly worth the short walk away from the city centre to peek inside. For one of Edinburgh's most impressive buildings, which freely welcomes visitors, the cathedral is surprisingly quiet.

Jupiter Artland Who'd have thought that the grounds of a 17th-century mansion, a few miles to the west of Edinburgh, would be a hub for contemporary sculpture? Take a trip to see the latest addition to the collection: the most ambitious, site-specific work by Pablo Bronstein. The artist has also been commissioned to create a live performance in response to the towering structural forms of his work, which will take place daily during the first week of August.

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