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A break in Edinburgh may mean strolling through UNESCO-protected medieval streets, bar hopping into the early hours, admiring Georgian architecture or exploring palaces and castles. The city is well known for being one of Europe's most beautiful cities and whether it's history and culture you're looking for, local food or laugh out loud comedy and entertainment, there's always plenty to see and do year round in this atmospheric city. The city irresistibly blends the historic with the innovative, while the rugged natural landscape that surrounds the city provides a splendid backdrop. To visit Edinburgh is to witness a city that is in love with delicious food, festivals, heritage and good times.
There's never a dull moment in Edinburgh, from historical landmarks and performing arts to boisterous nights out and scrumptious cuisine. The city is compact so you will have no trouble visiting most of the sights on foot, from the winding streets of the old city to the bright lights of the cosmopolitan new town. With world class restaurants, excellent shopping, a diverse cultural scene and attractive green spaces to catch your breath in, time spent in Edinburgh has all the ingredients for a great time.
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Edinburgh Airport is the busiest airport in Scotland and sixth busiest in the UK, and it is the country's international gateway to the world, seeing upwards of 10 million passengers per year travelling to around 100 destinations. The airport has one passenger terminal and two runways.
The top carrier is: Ryanair.
The airport is located 32 m from Glasgow city centre.
X99 and X77 bus services connect passengers to Glasgow Buchanan Bus Station from the main terminal of the airport. There is also a train station at the airport that goes to Glasgow Central Station.
Edinburgh Airport is situated about 9 miles from Edinburgh city centre off the A8 Glasgow Road.
There are several ways to get to the city centre from the airport. The Airlink 100 bus runs to Waverley Bridge in about 30 minutes (which is close to Princes Street and the main railway and bus stations). Arrivals at night can take the N22 night bus to the city centre. There is also the Lothian bus service, which connects with various stations including the RBS World Headquarters, the Scottish Parliament, Palace of Holyroodhouse, city centre and Ocean Terminal. Additionally, a tram service runs to the city centre via Edinburgh Park and Haymarket stations, Murrayfield Stadium and Princes Street.