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  • Edinburgh's Harvey Nichols Department Store, St Andrews Square
    Harvey Nichols Department Store, St Andrews Square
  • The interior of Jenners Department Store, Princes Street
    Jenners Department Store, Princes Street
  • The Cross, the centre of Linlithgow High Street
    The Cross, Linlithgow High Street
  • Shopping on Victoria Street, Old Town Edinburgh
    Shopping on Victoria Street, Old Town Edinburgh © Kenny Lam

What could be better than world-class shopping in beautiful surroundings? Edinburgh & The Lothians are home to a wide range of shops, so whether you are a devotee of designer names or in heaven on the high street, the shopping won’t disappoint.

The city centre is the ideal place to start a shopping trip. You will find all the essential shops on Princes Street, as well as a grand old Edinburgh institution, Jenners, a quirky department store which has been a city landmark since it first opened in 1838.

For a modern shopping experience, visit the only Harvey Nichols in Scotland which sits on St Andrews Square just behind Princes Street and is full of luxurious treats. On nearby George Street you will find exclusive shops sitting alongside high street favourites.

If you are looking for city centre shopping with a difference, the Royal Mile offers a shopping experience that you won’t find anywhere else. The Scottish shops on the Royal Mile offer perfect souvenirs alongside top-quality cashmere, whisky and delicious handmade fudge.

There is certainly no shortage of individual boutiques and charming shops in Edinburgh. The historic Grassmarket is a magnet for unusual shops, encompassing vintage clothes, contemporary jewellery and rare books.

The popular areas of Stockbridge, Bruntsfield, Morningside and the West End are also home to many unique shops and tearooms. While wandering around these shops, you will soon discover that each area has its own distinctive character.

In the Lothians, there are also great shopping opportunities. Named as one of the top 5 shopping outlets in the UK, there are over 70 designer brands to choose from at Livingston Designer Outlet, with discounts of up to 60 percent. Alternatively, visit Linlithgow, a Fairtrade Town, where you will find independent shops with a conscience.

Many of Edinburgh’s attractions, such as Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, are close to the shopping areas, so why not complete the perfect day out by combining shopping with a visit to some of Edinburgh’s showcase attractions?

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  1. Football Nation

    Type

    Sporting Goods

    Gradings

    Edinburgh - City Centre

    Football Nation is Edinburgh's only dedicated football shirt and merchandise specialist.

  2. Multrees Walk

    Type

    Shopping Centres & Villages

    Gradings

    Edinburgh - City Centre

    Multrees Walk is one of the finest avenues for retailing in Edinburgh, with something for everyone including males, females and even children.

  3. Focus Skateboard Store

    Type

    Sporting Goods

    Gradings

    Edinburgh

    Focus Skateboard Store rose from the need for a pure skateshop in Edinburgh.

  4. St James Shopping

    Type

    Shopping Centres & Villages

    Gradings

    Edinburgh - City Centre

    St James Shopping is located in the heart of Edinburgh's cosmopolitan city centre and offers shoppers a fabulous range of stores.

  5. LOCHCARRON EDINBURGH

    Type

    Department Stores

    Gradings

    Edinburgh

    Lochcarron of Scotland manufacturer of prestigious woven fabrics, contemporary accessories & bespoke highlander wear, designed & made in the Scottish Border towns of Selkirk, Hawick & Langholm.

  6. Liquorice Tree

    Type

    Tourist Shop

    Gradings

    Edinburgh

    Welcome to Liquorice Tree

  7. John Lewis Edinburgh

    Type

    Department Stores

    Gradings

    Edinburgh - City Centre

    John Lewis is Scotland's largest department store and is situated at the hub of shopping in the city centre of Edinburgh.

  8. Seashore Gallery

    Type

    Arts & Crafts

    Gradings

    East Lothian

    Seashore Gallery is located in the small historic fishing village of Cockenzie & Port Seton, home of world renown artist John Bellany. The gallery overlooks the Firth of Forth and is on the John Muir Trail.

  9. Gradings

    Edinburgh

    Welcome to Gordon Nicolson Kiltmakers

  10. Gradings

    Edinburgh - City Centre

    This exclusive ladies and men's’ knitwear and accessory range is produced in Hawick Cashmere of Scotland’s own mill in the Scottish Borders.

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