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Why Fly to Edinburgh?
Known for haunted streets, a world-famous festival and military tattoo and traditional Scottish hospitality, Edinburgh has captivated and enticed tourists from across the world for years. A late-night ghost tour in the city under the streets is an experience not to be missed, while a stroll through the Old Town and a walk up the Royal Mile to Edinburgh Castle are quintessential Edinburgh moments. You can use Travelzoo's SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Edinburgh.
Flying to Edinburgh from the UK
Edinburgh is served by airports across the UK, with both low-cost carriers and premium airlines serving the Scottish capital from up and down the country. With so much competition, there are often discount fares to Edinburgh to be found. From London, a flight to Edinburgh will take around one hour and25 minutes, while Edinburgh flights from the north of England will take approximately one hour.
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Which Airlines Fly to Edinburgh?
National carrier British Airways offers flights to Edinburgh from both London Gatwick and London Heathrow. Cheap flights to Edinburgh are also offered from English to Scottish capital by easyJet, while bmibaby flies to Edinburgh from Manchester, East Midlands, Birmingham and Cardiff. Other airlines offering direct flights to Edinburgh from the UK include bmi, Lufthansa, Air France and flybe.
Mini Travel Guide to Edinburgh
Edinburgh is a fantastic city offering world-famous sites, traditional Scottish goodies and the cutting edge restaurants and bars that can be expected in a major European city. The familiar sites of sightseeing buses can get you round the city to the key areas, or explore on foot and drop into a pub or two along the way.
Top of the must-see list is a stroll up the Royal Mile, starting at Holyrood Palace via St Giles Cathedral & the Houses of Parliament, winding up to Edinburgh Castle, which provides a bird's eye view of the city and beyond. Foe the more consumer-oriented traveller, there are the shops and boutiques of bustling Princes Street, Edinburgh's equivalent to Oxford Street or New York's Fifth Avenue.