Edinburgh is the second most visited city in the United Kingdom after London, and one of the most important cities of Scotland along with Glasgow. Rated as the Athens of the North by its situation high on a mountain he has an open range of possibilities for visitors who want to go affordably. An important part of the budget of a trip is their food by what should seek ways of eating cheap and of good quality, but without losing the traditional dishes. We must start from the fact that is not a very cheap city but that the current fall of the pound for the euro countries prices are much more reasonable than before. Another important part of the budget they transport, but besides that Edinburgh is small and can be visited on foot, the bus network is economical ( 1 per journey). In addition, from Terminal A at the airport you can take a bus which takes half an hour to Waverley Bridge in the Centre of the city (next to the main railway station) by 5 or 6. Accommodation is another point that there is that consider when saving on a trip and since then this is a city that allows you to do so.
And it is that a hostel in Edinburgh can be found up for 10 euros the night. Although there are between 12 and 15 euros a variety and these include breakfast. To be in this city, Edinburgh has two historic centres separated by the Princes Garden. The Old Town, which is a medieval labyrinth in which the best known Castle of the city as well as the Palace of Holyroodhouse is located. . The Royal Mille is the name given to the avenue that joins both monuments and is situated in the heart of the old town of the city. On the route of the Royal Mile, 1.8 km long or a Scottish mile you can see a large number of typical Scottish neighbourhoods.