Right off the bat, Edinburgh is a city of contracts; embracing its rich history and inevitable cliches, yet at the same time it is a vivacious metropolis celebrated for as one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, as well as its hard-to-resist Scottish charm. Set across multiple rocky hills overlooking the sea, Edinburgh is home to almost 5,000 historic buildings, monuments and sites, so how does one go about visiting such a magnificent city without being completely overwhelmed?
There’s no denying it. Scotland is one of the most stunning countries on the planet and yet it often gets overlooked. But in recent years, people have started to catch on to Scotland’s undeniable natural beauty with monumental landscapes and a sense of complete isolation, which has put Scotland on the list of top places to visit. And perhaps this is in no part due to being one of the main characters of one of the best TV shows, Outlander, currently beloved by many, including yours truly! However, while I can map out a list of things to do in Edinburgh, I was at a loss of where to begin with Scotland’s dramatic landscapes. That’s where Rabbie’s comes in.