Soak up the sights and history of one of the UK’s most magical cities alongside a tour guide with a difference. Your guide for the afternoon has been trained by Invisible Cities Edinburgh, an inspiring social enterprise group who support and train locals who have experienced homelessness to become tour guides. The money from your tour fee will go directly back to your guide and to the organisation to continue all their good work. See the sights and give something back to the local community? It’s every ethical tourist’s dream!
Stroll through the elegant streets of 18th and 19th century Edinburgh with an experienced local guide and sample traditional, locally-sourced Scottish food while chatting with the people who made it.• From smoked salmon to scones, you'll enjoy a variety of local food• Walk through Claire's local neighborhood, including two charming historic villages which are now part of central Edinburgh: Broughton and Stockbridge• Communal food walk for 3 to 10 people• Local host Clare was born and grew up in Edinburgh, then lived and worked in London and Hong Kong for 15 years
There are very few venues that can boast a location as iconic as Cannonball House on Castlehill, directly next to Edinburgh Castle. We love Cannonball House with all its history and all the character you would expect from an Edinburgh Old Town building that dates back to the 17th century. Cannonball House captures all the mystery and history of the Royal Mile. You’ll be enjoying homemade scones, cakes, and sandwiches in the shadows of the first Duke Gordon, the first key keeper of Edinburgh Castle who originally owned Cannonball House. Please note that we are unfortunately unable to cater for vegan and lactose intolerant guests. Gluten free can be arranged, please let us know 48 hours in advance of your booking.
It only stands to reason that Edinburgh’s produce would be as fresh and wholesome as its lochs, glens, and mountains are. Together with our Edinburgh host you’ll explore the local food-scene. Begin your day in a cozy Edinburgh café, where you’ll fuel up on shortbread or scones before sampling some fresh produce at the Edinburgh’ Farmer’s Market or exploring Old Town’s traditional pubs and casual eateries.Within 24 hours after booking you'll receive a short questionnaire about your personality and interests. Based on your responses, you'll be assigned a like-minded host. Your host will communicate with you directly to suggest an itinerary to help you discover what makes the city unique. You will also agree on a meeting time and place. Your itinerary is flexible, so during the experience, you can always change your mind about what you want to do.
We are Edinburgers who are wildly passionate about all the delicious food found around our world-famous and historical city. By booking on our Edinburgh tour, you will have the opportunity to experience our passion by eating traditional Scottish food (such as authentic Haggis, award winning Lowland Single Malt Whisky), sample tasty Scottish treats, desserts and sample our flavorful cheeses. Enjoy the enriching combination of tea and Scottish scones. Additionally all our tours, there is our Secret Dish, which you can only find out about on the day.
The Scottish Cafe & Restaurant is a family-run cafe and restaurant situated at the gardens entrance of the Scottish National Gallery on the Mound offering iconic views of Princes Street Gardens.Enjoy homemade scones, cakes, and sandwiches whilst taking in breathtaking views of the Edinburgh cityscape. The world class art in the galleries is only a few steps away for you to admire. The perfect oasis in the middle of a bustling capital city. Please note that we are unfortunately unable to cater for vegan and lactose intolerant guests. Gluten free can be arranged, please let us know 48 hours in advance of your booking.
Mit ihren stimmungsvollen Wohlfühlromanen um die ""Kleine Bäckerei am Strandweg" eroberte Jenny Colgan in Deutschland die Bestsellerlisten. Mit ihren auf der schottischen Insel Mure spielenden Romanen um Flora und die kleine Sommerküche setzt sie ihren Erfolg fort. In "Hochzeit in der kleinen Sommerküche am Meer", dem zweiten Band, entführt Colgans Leserinnen erneut in eine Welt voller Freundschaft, Liebe und köstlicher Rezepte.Mit ihren hellrosa Wänden, der Theke voller duftender Scones, Kuchen und Quiches sowie den urigen Steingutbechern für den Tee ist Floras kleine Sommerküche auf der Insel Mure inzwischen ein beliebter Treffpunkt von Einheimischen und Touristen. Neben ihrem Café, ihrem Hof und der Wettervorhersage, gehört jedoch auch Joel, ihr ehemaliger Chef und heutiger Freund zu Floras Universum. Nur ist er beruflich allzu oft in der Welt unterwegs - und während Flora unter diesen ständigen Trennungen leidet, scheint er davon unberührt. Es braucht einen ganzen Sommer, eine Hochzeit und eine Beinahe-Katastrophe, bis er erkennt, dass er kurz davor ist, Flora zu verlieren."Ich sehnte mich sofort nach der Insel Mure. Ein einziges Vergnügen." Sophie KinsellaColgan, JennyJenny Colgan studierte an der Universität von Edinburgh und arbeitete sechs Jahre lang im Gesundheitswesen, ehe sie sich ganz dem Schreiben widmete. Mit dem Marineingenieur Andrew hat sie drei Kinder, und die Familie lebt etwa die Hälfte des Jahres in Frankreich. Die Romane um »Die kleine Bäckerei am Strandweg« standen wochenlang auf der Spiegel-Bestsellerliste.Hagemann, SonjaSonja Hagemann, Jahrgang 1979, geboren und aufgewachsen in Westfalen, Studium an der Heinrich Heine-Universität in Düsseldorf. Lebt seit 2004 in Barcelona, wo sie als freiberufliche Übersetzerin und Deutschlehrerin arbeitet.
We are Edinburgers who are wildly passionate about all the delicious food found around our world-famous and historical city. By booking on our Edinburgh tour, you will have the opportunity to experience our passion by eating traditional Scottish food (such as authentic Haggis, award winning Lowland Single Malt Whisky), sample tasty Scottish treats, desserts and sample our flavorful cheeses. Enjoy the enriching combination of tea and Scottish scones. Additionally all our tours, there is our Secret Dish, which you can only find out about on the day.As a private tour, everything works around you! Our start times are much more easy going, dates can open up. It's a much more intimate and cozy experience. No need to shout over other tourists, you will have every question answered, and leave feeling like a native yourself!
I was born and brought up in Edinburgh and am passionate about locally produced food - I made a 16-series TV programme about eating and cycling in Scotland, called The Woman Who Ate Scotland. I want the tour to be like a food-loving friend is taking you to their favourite places - like the best place to get scones warm from the oven, served with vanilla bean cream and home made jam. Guests get to meet the makers - the fishmonger who smokes the salmon, the marshmallow lady who makes the marshmallows, the butcher who makes the haggis. I also give guests a guided tour of the fascinating history of the 18th century UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE of The New Town.I have been running my unique food tours for four years and am used by tour companies such as Abercrombie and Kent and also VisitScotland. I can also tailor tours to suit your group from hen nights with safari hats to sourcing a piper to pipe you into a unique kilt shop!