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New Town, Edinburgh

Categories: Neighborhoods, Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
A World Heritage Site, New Town boasts streets lined with Georgian architecture and represents a masterpiece of city planning. Head here to see a number of cultural attractions, as well as an abundance of cafes, pubs, and places for boutique shopping, particularly on Princes Street. If you've worked up an appetite, take your pick from a range of cuisines, including Chinese, Thai, and traditional Scottish. By using our Edinburgh vacation builder, you can arrange your visit to New Town and other attractions in Edinburgh.
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  • Visited with kids to look at town and also see some of sites mentioned in 44 Scotland Street books. Loved it. Easy to get around. Lovely part of town and beautiful architecture 
  • The New Town is the new part of town, but was built between 1765 and 1850 and has a beautiful architecture! Quite different from the old part of town. It's not a place so why tour is worth the visit, has beautiful streets for a walk and enjoy the city,
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  • The area of Edinburgh north of Princes Street seems to be off the beaten track for most tourists. But it has numerous streets to explore with varied architecture, churches and gardens. We thought of t...  read more »
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