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Parques y naturaleza en Edimburgo

Los mejores parques

Botanical Garden
“The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) is a scientific centre for the study of plants, their diversity and conservation, as well as a popular tourist attraction. Founded in 1670 as a physic garden to grow medicinal plants, today it occupies four sites across Scotland—Edinburgh, Dawyck, Logan and Benmore—each with its own specialist collection. The RBGE's living collection consists of more than 13,302 plant species, (34,422 accessions) whilst the herbarium contains in excess of 3 million preserved specimens.”
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“A beautiful stop to run, walk, cycle, play football/rugby/cricket, or just sit and watch the world do all of these.”
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“This is my top recommendation for visitors, particularly on short visits. It's like being on a movie set with its iconic, surprising buildings. Climb the Tower to get 360 degree views over the city, sea and countryside. It's the best place to get your bearings after arrival.”
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“Lots of high street shops including M&S, Zara, Frasers, Boots, Superdrug. Also good place to pick up souvenirs at tourist”
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“Sit and relax. Have a picnic. Look up to Edinburgh Castle. A tranquil area in the city centre”
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“Holyrood Lodge Visitor Information Before exploring the park, find out about the history and learn about various walking routes that can be enjoyed. You can also treat yourself to snacks and souvenirs. Located opposite the Scottish Parliament and Palace of Holyrood House. Geology highlights World-famous Scottish geologist James Hutton used the rock formations at the south end of the park’s Radical Road as evidence for his groundbreaking 1788 work, Theory of the Earth. This area is now known as Hutton’s Section. Discover all aspects of the volcano, from vents on Arthur’s Seat to lava flows on Whinny Hill.”
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“Lovely local park close to the cottage. 10 minute brisk walk to the park which is also opposite the world renowned UNESCO heritage site, the Edinburgh Botanical Gardens.”
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“Leith's own park, just a minute's walk from the flat. Perfect for picnics or an afternoon amble.”
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Área de juegos

Zoo
“great to see all the butterflies and animals. Animal handling and feeding too”
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Playground
“You can catch the number 36 bus to Stockbridge - going down Broughton Road. And to the Shore/Leith in the opposite direction.”
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Playground
“A fun little park and playground. Has swings, slides, monkey bars, a tennis court, a basketball court, and large beautiful trees!”
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Vegetariano
“A pretty little park with hidden fairy doors to search for. Also has a large herb garden where you can pick fresh herbs for dinner!”
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Playground
“This play park is great for all ages. It is large and offers entertainment even for teenagers. Children would probably consider this to be the best play park in Edinburgh. There is a cafe on site and there are toilets round the corner. ”
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Excursiones guiadas

Playas

Senderos

Trail
“Start with breakfast at Leith Harbour. There are so many good places to choose from. Then join the Water of Leith pathway and take it all the way to the Modern Art Gallery for a late lunch or just coffee and cake. Leave a couple of hours for this meandering, enjoyable walk which will give you a different way of getting to know Edinburgh.”
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Trail
“A range of hills to the south-west of Edinburgh, Scotland. The range is around 20 miles in length, and runs south west from Edinburgh towards Biggar and the upperClydesdale”
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Trail
“A quiet, secret route through Edinburgh, green and serene. Despite what the map says, it starts in Leith, hence the name!”
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Trail
“Great walk and cycle trail alongside the water of leith, takes you all the way to the centre of Edinburgh. Favourite stop-off at the Modern Art Gallery.”
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Bike Trail
“ The Innocent Railway path runs from the Newington/St Leonard's area under Holyrood Park via Duddingston and Craigmillar to Brunstane in the East of the city. It is one of Edinburgh's extensive off-road pedestrian cycleways and part of the UK-wide, National Cycle Network's Route 1 (NCN1). ”
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Bike Trail
“Spooky tunnel to check out if you are coming down the back of Arthurs Seat.”
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Trail
“Part of the Pentland Hills Regional Park - great views of the Edinburgh skyline & beyond. Kids can cycle alongside Torduff reservoir & there are numerous walks around the park towards Clubbiedean Reservoir. Lots of birdlife to spot too.”
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Bike Trail
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