Hot Tubs Edinburgh

Grizzly Bear Hot Tubs Edinburgh is a family run business with many years of experience selling a wide range of American Hot Tubs, Spas across the UK.


Edinburgh city centerFor many tourists Edinburgh is just a transit to the region of highlands known as "Highlands". But Edinburgh can be a perfect destination for a weekend getaway or, if you are going to the highlands-linger and know a little more because this city, part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage for its wonderful medieval and Georgian neighborhoods well worth to visit. Edinburgh is the second largest city in Scotland after Glasgow. Its origins are remote and was already inhabited in the arrival of the Romans. In 1124 the city expanded outside its walls and gives birth to what is now known as New Town and Old Town, the two districts recognized by UNESCO. Edinburgh has cold winters but, despite its northern latitude are not extreme winter as the sea smooths the temperature ranges and the summers are mild. Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland since the fifteenth century and throughout the city oozes history (besides whiskey). During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries was a major artistic centers of the English world and the birthplace of famous writers like Robert Louis Stevenson, Walter Scott and Charles Dickens among other intellectuals enshrined. This rich past is obvious in the city that was once called "the Athens of the North".

 Edinburgh International Airport "Edinburgh Airport", is the most important of Scotland near the city of Glasgow and one of the busiest in the British Isles. Has flights that connect permanently to the main cities of the continent and receives charter flights and low cost. The airport is located 13 kilometers west of the city and an efficient network of buses, minibuses and taxis to take us downtown, some bus lines leave us in the Bus Terminal Station on Waverley Bridge, others in the Edinburgh Haymarket train station and many fast services leave us in different places in the city center, we consider a 20 minutes.
Public transport leaves the area of domestic flights.
We can also rent a car, if we intend to take a long vacation in the area and visit other sites of interest around Edinburgh. From the airport the A8 motorway leads directly into town. We can also get to Edinburgh by sea as this beautiful city is located on the shores of the Atlantic, on the Firth of Forth and Leith port connects to the mainland by ferry lines, ie, that it is possible to embark on our car. It is also easy to reach by train to Waverley Station from the city of London and Glasgow as well as long-distance bus to St Andrew Square Bus Station, both terminals in the city center.
Sleeping in Edinburgh offers only problem is the choice because the supply is huge and very varied. This city has everything we look for to stay, from luxury hotels to boutique hotels very close (ideal for a romantic getaway) Bed & Breakfasts for restless just want to make the most of our stay, to guesthouses that house the inhabitants of the city, camping with all amenities and suitable for caravans and tents, apartments to rent and prepare our meals and shelters and hostels for youth which brings together all latitudes Globetrotters. Not to mention the possibility, if your budget allows, to sleep in a castle (ghosts included).

Edinburgh has an impressive architectural heritage and is very easy to explore on foot. Beginning with the medieval heart of the city, the Old Town or "Old Town". Its narrow streets and buildings that are located along the Royal Mil linking the castle to Holyrood Palace, residence of the Queen, are worthy of being known and appreciated. Overlooking Edinburgh, between the citadel and the Acropolis, Edinburgh Castle is visible from anywhere.
Silent Witness the history of the city, guests met the likes of Mary Stuart and Cromwell.

Most of the buildings of the old town dating from the sixteenth century as the home of John Knox, but the Cathedral of Edinburgh, St. Giles Church, also called the High Kirk of St. Giles, dating from the fifteenth century.
The district of Grassmarket is an absolutely unmissable for its atmosphere that transports us, particularly at sunset.

By contrast the new district or New Town, is an example of Georgian town planning, after the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, with surprising harmony. This neighborhood, worthy example of eighteenth century architecture is balanced, classic to perfection to be missed by Charlotte Square and surrounding streets and get carried away sweetly.

Scotland always associate cliffs, moors where the wind blows and huge castles, but this country has a culture that holds as its most precious and Edinburgh is the best place to discover. The city has incredible museums. The National Gallery of Scotland holds an important permanent collection of great masters of painting and get world-renowned exhibitions. The Scottish National Portrait Gallery of Modern Art and Dean Gallery are examples in modern and contemporary art.
The Museum of Scotland jealously guards the memory of the country since prehistoric times, the Royal Museum of Scotland, a magnificent Victorian building is an excellent museum of decorative arts, science and industry, as well as archeology.
The Writer's Museum celebrates Scottish literature and its most emblematic writers showing manuscripts, portraits and personal belongings of the children of the country that transcended borders and the Scotch Whisky Heritage Center tells us about the 300 years of drinking more international and more appreciated in the world.

Tourism also is to know the locals and we are always seduced by the friendliness, kindness and human warmth that permeates the famous pubs of Edinburgh (provided they do not treat them in English!) The best are found in the Grassmarket, in High Street and Cowgate.
If our holidays coincide with a festival we will surprise one unsuspecting people who can have fun and enjoy and which animates the streets as if they were Latino.


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