If you only have 24 hours to spend in the city nicknamed the “Athens of the North,” use this itinerary to plan your day! https://passionpassport.com/24-hours-in-edinburgh/
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On a solo trip, you’re sure to learn a lot about yourself, the kindness of strangers and who you are as an individual. Solo travel definitely isn’t for everybody, but it is for anybody who’s ready to discover a new side of themselves. Here are seven reasons you should try a solo trip.
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Designated in 2004 as the world’s first UNESCO City of Literature, Edinburgh touts its illustrious literary past just as much as it celebrates its modern authors. From “Waverley” to “Trainspotting,” a love of good literature seems to emanate from the hidden alleyways and uneven cobbles of this storied city. Pack a book and get ready to explore the wonderland that inspired some of Scotland’s finest tales:
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When you think of the United Kingdom, the first place that comes to mind is probably London. The bustling city is a favorite, popular for being rich in history, culture, style, and, of course, great food. There are so many other places you can travel to in the UK aside from London, though, that have just as much history, beauty, and charm and you should try to make it to at least a few of them. Read on for some UK travel inspo.
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With so many ancient towns, castle ruins, and imposing mountains scattered throughout this vast landscape, it can be tough to know where to start, or how to plan the most scenic route so you don’t miss anything.
Doing things alone can be immensely therapeutic: A solo meal can help you really appreciate food; a solitary walk can be a rare opportunity to think; and traveling by yourself can be an incredible opportunity for self-discovery and personal growth. S...
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There are devotees of warm-weather vacations among us, who refuse to look north until May rolls around. But there's something to be said for embracing the season and following the deep freeze for as long as it lasts (if climate change has anything to say about it). A 20-degree-Fahrenheit day in Europe can be—dare we say it?—blissful.
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From pedicabs to porridge bars, Aberdeen Angus steaks to Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh is slowly but very surely, going green. Read more: https://matadornetwork.com/change/green-guide-to-edinburgh/