It might just be the most iconic tourist attraction in Edinburgh, so if you find yourself in the city why not enjoy this experience double header coupling the famous Edinburgh Castle and all on-site attractions with a Vintage afternoon tea for two served aboard a vibrant bistro bus! Standing stark on the skyline of Edinburgh and Castle Rock, Edinburgh Castle has been the overseer of the city since the 16th century (though there's been a castle there for at least 400 years more) and variously a fortress, military barracks and royal residence during its existence. You'll learn all about this and more with entry across the site including the Scottish National War Museum, regimental museums and every intriguing nook and cranny the castle has to offer. Along with your self-guided Edinburgh Castle tour you'll also have a 90 minute bus ride around the city coupled with a delicious roving afternoon tea with a glass of Prosecco to add some fizzy fun. Observe the city from on high then see it up close on a whistle-stop street-level tour ' it's a great way to discover Scotland's capital!
Need to Know
On arrival at Edinburgh Castle you'll turn over your tickets to gain entry to the castle itself and all the on-site extra bits like museums and displays. At 12.00 or 15.00 (depending on the time you've booked) you'll board your Vintage Red Bistro Bus ahead of a 90 minute tour of the city, setting off from Waterloo Place. During your tour you'll also be served a delicious afternoon tea, replete with sandwiches, scones, pastries, a glass of Prosecco and your choice of tea, coffee or other hot drink.