22 Days

02/08/2019 – 24/08/2019

The Edinburgh Tattoo is a spectacular like no other. A kaleidoscope of music, dance and entertainment. All set against the iconic backdrop of Edinburgh Castle. See your evening burst into life with a colourful blend of Scottish pipe and drum bands, highland dancers and performers from across the world. Bigger, better and more technically thrilling than ever before. A unique mix of military tradition and global cultures. This really is an experience for the senses. Your seat is waiting…

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  • 3 nights accommodation in Edinburgh
  • Breakfast daily
  • 24 Hour City Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off City Tour
  • The Royal Yacht Britannia Skip The Line Ticket
  • Ticket to the 2019 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, based on seating in sections 6-11 (Premier Seating upgrade available

City Sightseeing Tour of Edinburgh

Discover the sights of historic Edinburgh, the 15th-century capital of Scotland, on board a hop-on hop-off double-decker bus. At your own pace, delve into the rich culture of this hilltop city as you explore its castles, museums, and architecturally significant districts.

Climb on board a double-decker bus and set off on a loop around the city, jumping on and off wherever you want to get a closer look. Stroll through the winding cobblestone streets of the Old Town to the Royal Mile, Edinburgh’s oldest street, which connects imposing Edinburgh Castle with the grand Palace of Holyroodhouse—the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen in Scotland.

Hop off in the UNESCO-listed New Town at Charlotte Square to admire the Georgian buildings that flank the manicured lawns of a private garden with a towering statue of Prince Albert as its centrepiece. Step inside the National Museum of Scotland to for exhibits on technology, natural history, and Scottish history dating back to the first century AD. Relax in the green oasis of Princes Street Greens, and be sure to stop by the Scott Monument, a 200-foot (61-metre) Victorian Gothic spire dedicated to Sir Walter Scott—one of Scotland’s most famous poets.

The Royal Yacht Britannia Skip The Line Ticket

Explore the floating history of the Royal Family as you step on board the Royal Yacht Britannia. Led by an informative audio-guide, explore the lavish State Apartments where Her Majesty once stayed, see the quarters of former officers and captains, and learn about the ship’s legendary trips around the world.

For more than 44 years, the Royal Yacht Britannia served Britain’s Royal Family. Explore this lavish residence that hosted state visitors and official receptions and welcomed some of the world’s most influential people, including Sir Winston Churchill, Rajiv Gandhi, and Nelson Mandela.

Listen to stories of the Royal Family and their visitors as you wander through it’s expansive rooms. Admire pieces of the The Royal Collection, including rare china and jewellery, in the State Apartments, see the sleek machinery in the engine room, learn about the ship’s construction in the early 50s and its last voyage in 1997, after which it was decommissioned to function as a fascinating floating museum.

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