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Dean Village, Edinburgh

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web
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  • Typical streets with little traffic and a nice walk along the River, definitely a nice place to spend a few hours and relax
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  • We were staying close by and walked down to Dean Village. It is a peaceful and picturesque area of Edinburgh. The Water of Leith pathway through that area is really nice. Our biggest disappointment wa...  read more »
  • Visit advisable since the place is idyllic. Place that you transported to another era, in full city.
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  • Hidden Gem of Edinburgh. Not really a tourist attraction per se, but a small 'village' in the middle of the city. Because of the steep sides of the gorge the village is quiet and serene.
  • I would highly recommend a walk down the Leigh river. Great to escape the city and awesome views along the way.
  • Small compact area but worth a visit if you are just up near Stockbridge or along the water of Leith. Nice tall buildings along the water and some nice views from spring to end of summer.
  • Beautiful walk to Dean Village along the leafy banks of the Water of Leith. Very pleasant on a sunny day.
  • Beautiful village and path alongside the Water of Leith river. Please take care not to bother the residents as people live here.
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