The capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is located near the Firth of Forth in central eastern Scotland, close to the North Sea. Thanks to its rustic buildings, spectacular rocks and a huge collection of classic architecture and medieval, including several stone decorations, it is frequently considered one of the liveliest cities in Europe. It is not only one of the most beautiful cities in Europe; it is a city with an enormous position. The view falls on all sides – red cliffs, the silhouettes of the buildings, the hint of the blue sea and the green hills. It is a city that calls you to explore it by foot – passageways, narrow streets, hidden church yards and stairs on every step will pull you away from the main streets.
Here is a list of Edinburgh’s vital attractions, you can combine your business trip with leisure or bring your family along!
September in Edinburgh is effected by Marine - Mild Winter climate. The average ranges daytime temperatures are around 15? and 21?. Edinburgh in September is not so hot days with heavily overcast sky. Distinctively temperature fluctuates around 16? and wind is gentle breeze.
The most common banknotes are £100, £50, £20, £10 and £5. Sterling banknotes issued both by the Scottish banknotes and Bank of England is acceptable in Scotland.