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Central Edinburgh has two distinct parts, divided by Princes Street, which runs roughly east-west under the shadow of Castle Rock.
Edinburgh, the inspiring capital of Scotland, is a historic, cosmopolitan and cultured city.
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Enjoy the feel of an old fishing village which the suburb of Cramond still retains.
Despite its urban location, Portobello Beach still retains its traditional seaside charm.
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Bonnyrigg is a small former mining town in Midlothian, near Lasswade and Polton, home of the writer Thomas De Quincey (author of 'Confessions of an English Opium-Eater') from 1840 until his death in 1859.
The Forth Bridges loom to the north of Kirkliston, a small town south of South Queensferry and west of Edinburgh.
Eskbank is a settlement between Dalkeith and Lasswade in Midlothian, south of Edinburgh.
Port Seton is a resort on the Firth of Forth east of Edinburgh.
The Union Canal runs just over 30 miles from Edinburgh Quay to the Falkirk Wheel, the world’s first rotating boat lift.
Kinghorn is a small coastal town in Fife with two fantastic beaches.