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It is the capital and a county of Scotland (United Kingdom).2​3​ It is the second largest city in Scotland after Glasgow.Located on the east coast of Scotland, on the banks of the Firth of the River Forth and in the local unitary authority of the City of Edinburgh, it has been the capital of Scotland since 1437 and the seat of the Scottish government. It was one of the most important centers of education and culture

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Flights: 456,91 euros Go and come back

information about the flights

1. In this case, we take a taxi from Andujar to Seville, where we will take a plane at 7:30 in the morning.2.We will have to stop in Paris since there are no flights that do not even have at least one stopover but this stopover is perfect to visit Paris since we will have 5 and a half hours to be there. We will be in Paris from 9:55 in the morning until 3:30 in the afternoon, so we can eat in a bar there, such as:Le ciel Paris Restaurant: It opens for lunch from 12:00 to 16:30 so it's perfect for us. Some food is this: (They have some great desserts)


1. Visit the Eiffel Tower, the Trocadero and the Champs de Mars

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What else can we do in Paris during the waiting time?

2. Get cultured at the Louvre Museum and relax in the Tuileries Garden

Without a doubt, the emblem of Paris is the tower that many Parisians rejected at the time as an aesthetic aberration for the city. Today no one imagines a first visit to Paris without climbing the Eiffel Tower. If you are lucky, first you will see it from the plane, then you will look for the lights of the Eiffel Tower at night on the horizon walking through Paris at night and, finally, you will surely go to take the obligatory photo from the Place du Trocadero.

3. Walk through Montmartre and visit the Sacre Coeur

You've probably read stories about bohemian Paris and the painters and artists who came to the city at the dawn of the 20th century. All of these stories took place in the Montmartre neighborhood, which today, surprisingly, has not lost that special charm that makes it the most visited neighborhood in Paris.

4. Enjoy a show at the Moulin Rouge

Nowadays some think that the Moulin Rouge is a museum, but no: it continues to function as a nightclub where you can attend and buy tickets to the Moulin Rouge. The price of the Moulin Rouge show is not cheap, but the experience is worth it. Whether you attend dinner or decide to grab a bite to eat near the Moulin Rouge, be sure to visit at night to see it illuminated and feel the true character of the area.

Taking a walk along the banks of the Seine, reaching the Tuileries gardens that precede the Louvre museum, sitting and reading a book in the chairs that surround its enormous fountains... For me, it is one of the best Parisian experiences. By this I mean that, if the Louvre's art collection is one of the most extensive and recognized in the world, the walk to reach the Louvre and the surroundings of the museum, including the glass pyramid through which you enter, has nothing what to envy

we take a flight again

When we take the plane we will spend 2 hours until we reach the desired destination, which we will arrive at 4:30 p.m. Since it is one hour less there we will have one more hour to take advantage of the day.where they will pick us up to go to the hotel that will be next:Travelodge Edinburgh Haymarket

information about the hotel

This hotel is a very visual and beautiful hotel for which, for being there for the week, they offer us a very affordable price since it costs 147 euros per night, which is a total of 1029 euros per week as we can see in the screenshots.

4.Weather forecast


We do not know the weather during that week exactly, but here we can see that no rain is expected and that more or less the weather ranges between 19-20 degrees.


For this time it will be good to lock yourself: 1. sweatshirts2. shorts3. sneakers4. Clothes arranged in case we want to go out at night

1.a walk along the Royal Mile

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What can we do our trip?

2.edinburgh castle

3. Attend the Fringe festival

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is one of the largest arts and comedy events in the world. It is held every year during the month of August and is attended mainly by emerging artists, as well as some already established ones. In fact, it is a festival known for discovering talented young people. All artistic disciplines are welcome, from live comedy to ballet.

4. The Museum of Scotland

The Museum of Scotland houses 12 million objects related to all types of fields, such as nature, art, design and technology. In addition, events such as fashion shows or interviews with personalities are also frequently organized here. The Grand Gallery is a particularly impressive space. The tall atrium allows light to stream into the building as it is covered with a glass roof, from which large exhibits also hang.

Edinburgh Castle has dominated the city from its strategic location atop Castle Rock for almost a millennium. It is one of the oldest castles in the United Kingdom and, as is the case with many other Edinburgh landmarks, its history is both fascinating and somewhat sinister.

This steep street in Edinburgh's old town encapsulates the essence of the city. In addition to being a crucial place in history, it concentrates much of the tourism in Scotland's capital. Historical monuments are everywhere, including Saint Giles Cathedral, the Palace of Holyroodhouse and Edinburgh Castle, atop the hill. Among these iconic places, you will also find souvenir shops, quaint pubs and non-stop bustle.

1.An excursion to Arthur's Seat

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What can we do our trip? 2.0

2.Join the Scotch Whiskey Experience

3. Scott monument

This iconic Gothic monument pays tribute to Sir Walter Scott, the famous writer of Ivanhoe and Rob Roy, among many other novels and poems. This 61-metre-high Victorian structure is the main attraction in Princes Street Gardens in the city centre. It has various viewpoints that are accessed by a spiral staircase that runs along the central spire. Pay close attention when you visit the Scott monument so you don't miss any of its 64 statues, all of them related to characters from his novels.

4. explore the Leight neighborhood

About five kilometers north of Edinburgh city center lies Leith, a seaside suburb that has a lot to offer. The Royal Yacht Britannia, the former yacht of Queen Elizabeth II, is anchored here, which you can visit with the help of an audio guide.

There are few things more Scottish than a glass of whiskey. This attraction located on the Royal Mile is a fantastic introduction to the world of whisky. The visit begins with an interactive walk in a whiskey barrel that will take you through the phases of production. Next, they will explain the different aromas and you will be able to taste the finished product (those under 18 years old try Irn-Bru instead, a very popular soft drink in Scotland). If you wish, you can request an audio guide. You will also find the Amber Restaurant on site, serving local dishes such as haggis. Don't miss the "Taste of Scotland" menu, featuring the best of seasonal Scottish produce.

At 251 meters high, the climb to Arthur's Seat is not exactly an epic feat, but it does allow you to enjoy a panoramic view of all of Edinburgh. It takes about an hour to reach the top from the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

interesting things

English is spoken in our next destination Edinburgh Although Scottish is spoken in some areas of Edinburgh, in restaurants and shops in Edinburgh it is very rare to find someone who speaks to you in a language other than English. In Edinburgh, several annual festivals with great social impact are celebrated, which is why Highlands Scotland we bring you some of them: “First Footing” This tradition takes place on January 1 of each year and is about: After midnight, a man, dark and handsome, must be the first to enter the house and must carry with him a symbolic coal, shortbread cookies, salt, black bread and of course, whiskey. “Candlemas Day” Candlemas began as a Roman festival to celebrate the return of spring and today is a Scottish festival. “Original New Year” It is said that the Celts celebrated the new year on March 25 and today a small celebration is held to commemorate this day. “Easter” The Scots celebrate Easter and the traditional thing is to paint hard-boiled eggs and then hide and search for them. A tradition somewhat similar to the Pola de Siero festival in Asturias, Spain. Where the party consists of the exhibition and sale of handmade painted eggs. The eggs are painted with traditional drawings and scenes accompanied by symbols or allusive phrases. “Beltane’s Day” It is a pagan fire festival that dates back to pre-Christian times and was supposed to encourage crops. The girls get up early to wash their faces in the May dew. The custom is to light fires. “Empire Day” Scotland is decorated everywhere with flags of the British Empire. The name was changed for Commonwealth Day. "Halloween" In Scotland, Halloween night is also celebrated when the spirits return to earth, children dress up in costumes and go house to house asking for candy or doing tricks and pranks.

interesting things

The capital, Edinburgh, has a population of around 600,000 inhabitants, many of them students.Some typical dishes are:HAGGIS: This dish is undoubtedly one of the emblems of Edinburgh gastronomy. Although its base of lamb entrails, mixed with oat flour and aromatic herbs, may not sound tempting... It is a true delightSCOTCH BROTH: This stew, based on lamb or beef, is a true gastronomic gem. Cooked with barley, cabbage and leeks, it offers a combination of flavors that fills the soul. In fact, it is ideal if you travel to Edinburgh in winter.FISH & CHIPS: Obviously, it is not exclusive to Edinburgh and you will find it throughout the United Kingdom. But I had to get it in! It consists of juicy fish (usually cod) battered and fried, accompanied by crispy French fries. Come on, the quintessence of British "comfort food". Don't be fooled by its apparent simplicity, sometimes the most authentic pleasures are found in the most basic recipes.BLACK PUDDING: Be careful, it's not a dessert! Black pudding is a variant of blood sausage. It is made with suet, oats, blood and a special blend of spices, all wrapped in natural casing. Although it may sound exotic to some, it is an essential component in traditional Scottish breakfasts. Yeah! The "full English breakfast" that you will find in Edinburgh comes with black pudding. Therefore, you now know when and how to taste black pudding.FRIED MARS BARS: It seems crazy, but it's not. And yes, we are talking about frying a chocolate bar. I haven't seen this anywhere else outside of Edinburgh, so you should take advantage and try it. Although it may seem strange, it tastes very good. You can buy it at any chip shop (chip shops) in the city. Let's see, not all fried food stores serve Mars bars, but I encourage you to ask. If you want to play it safe, Castle Rock Fish & Chips or Café Piccante are the best. Who thought of frying one? Maybe it was the result of chance, who knows.


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In general, our trip will be fun, we will see new sites, places, monuments and we will also eat in new and elegant places as well as extravagant food which we had never tried before.in total it would be everything 456,91+ 1029= 1485,91 euros

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