CHRISTMAS TOUR 2019 ~ 2 Hours

from/per person £30
  • Approx. 2 Hour
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Description

This tour will take in some of the major tourist attractions in Edinburgh together with the traditional Christmas markets including the Princes Street Gardens Christmas Market which was voted the best Christmas market in the UK in a public vote. There are a whole host of local bespoke and homemade gifts as well as mouth-watering delicacies, all topped with a generous helping of Christmas spirit.

What's included:

See below the list of major points of interest that the Christmas Tour will include. Along the way we will also include some gems hidden away from the well-trodden tourist routes.

  • Edinburgh Castle
  • Grassmarket
  • Victoria Street
  • The Royal Mile
  • St Giles Cathedral
  • Princes Street Gardens
  • Calton Hill
  • Plus many more
PLEASE NOTE THAT EACH CHILD MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT AND BE 5 YEARS OLD OR OVER.

Office Hours

Monday To Sunday08:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Our Services


  • Pick Up Service

    If your hotel/accommodation is located in Central Edinburgh (postcodes EH1, EH2 & EH3) we will pick you up at your hotel. Alternatively, meet us at 7 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, EH2 4DR UK. Vehicles are located at rear of apartments. (CLICK HERE FOR A MAP).

  • Points of Interest

    2 Hours is enough time to see all the sites listed as they can all be found in a carefully planned route of approximately 7 miles.

  • Stop Off Points

    We have allowed 5/6 stop off points along the route where you can get out and stretch your legs and take the opportunity to take some pictures. Our drivers will be only too happy to take pictures of you and your group.

  • Tour Finish

    We will finish the tour at Calton Hill where you can take the opportunity to climb to the top and see the panoramic vista of the whole of Edinburgh. You can also take in the lovely views across the city to the coast. It’s a short and fairly easy climb which leads to some of the city’s best views and is home to some of Scotland’s most iconic monuments and the City Observatory.