Quirky and unusual places in Edinburgh you’ll love! 

1. Gilmerton Cove | 16 Drum Street, Edinburgh   Gilmerton Cove is a series of underground passageways and chambers hand-carved from sandstone located beneath the streets of Gilmerton, an ex-mining village, now a southeastern suburb of Edinburgh, Scotland. There are many theories about the origins of the Cove and its purpose.  Visit this series of hand-carved […]


Johnnie Walker Princes Street offers a personalized whisky experience which will take you on an immersive journey through the 200-year-old history behind the world’s best-selling Scotch whisky, as well as offering world-class food and drink, hosted across eight floors of the transformed landmark building in the heart of Edinburgh!       Go and explore a huge […]

Bellfield Brewery, a Scottish microbrewery making award-winning, great-tasting gluten-free beer!

Bellfield Brewery   Located in the Abbeyhill area of Edinburgh with great transport links and just a short walk from the Scottish Parliament, Holyrood Park and Edinburgh Waverley Station    Bellfield Brewery is a micro-brewery that produces tasty, award-winning beers which everyone can enjoy as it is all certified gluten-free and vegan registered.   So […]


From its Castles, Victorian and Georgian architecture to pristine lochs and lofty mountains, Scotland is a filmmaker’s dream. Over the years, Scotland has been the backdrop of countless productions. We have assembled our top picks of sights to visit that will make you feel like you are “on location”. Outlander Locations Tour  Outlander has had […]

5 Tours to Edinburgh’s Spooky Past

Here is a list of a few options to make your heart race; some may have thought of, others might be new to you, but all are extremely fun! Take a look at our Top 5 Tours of Edinburgh’s Ghostly Past Famous Underground Ghost Tour & Extreme Paranormal Ghost Tour Edinburgh is undoubtedly the most […]

6 Sightseeing Walking Tours  

Every traveller should have Edinburgh on the top of their bucket list! Its rich past, royal legacy, and elegant medieval streets will make you wish you never had to leave. The well-known spots are also close together, which makes it a perfect city to explore on foot. Here are 6 walking tours that we think […]

Top-Rated Attractions & Things to Do in Edinburgh

You certainly won’t be short of things to do in a city as exciting and historic as Edinburgh!      Edinburgh’s many attractions stretch from the centuries-old cobbled streets and wynds of the compact Old Town to the graceful Georgian squares and wide, sandstone house-lined streets of New Town, from the crag of Arthur’s Seat to […]

Scotland’s Castles

One of the most appealing things about Scotland is that no matter where you find yourself, a castle is never far away. As significant to the Scottish landscape as its pristine lochs and lofty mountains, the country’s castles rank amongst the most iconic in the world. It is said there have been well over three thousand […]

Eat Out to Help Out!

Interested in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme? For those of you who might have missed it, in an attempt to revitalise the hospitality industry, August 2020 will see a number of restaurants throughout the UK offer 50% off their food bills to a maximum of £10 per person from Monday to Wednesday. […]

Is it ok to visit Scotland? – Update on Covid-19 as of 03/07/2020

WhattodoinEdinburgh are looking forward to welcoming guests from throughout the UK and as restrictions ease further, from around the world. You may find the daily updates from Boris Johnson in London and Nicola Sturgeon in Edinburgh, slightly confusing, so we hope we can help clarify some of the rules and give you “go to” sites […]