There are parts of Edinburgh's classical, Georgian New Town where you can walk for over a mile without passing a single building that is not listed. Much of the street furniture is original to the eighteenth century and there are places in which you almost feel you have stepped into a film set.
Let one of our guides show you the best examples of these palace-like edifices and explain the typical features of the age.
Seminal writers and medical pioneers have created works of genius behind these elegant facades and may well be doing so still! Whether on foot, in a car or on board a coach, you'll experience the New Town to its fullest potential in the company of a Scottish Tourist Guide.
For more information or to book your guide contact the STGA office