Edinburgh & Glasgow Day By Day is the perfect pocket guide book for independent travellers providing a practical, colourful format with useful, clear maps and expertly designed tours. The guide highlights the must-see places and offers knowledgeable opinion on where to stay, eat and shop. * Includes special interest tours covering the remarkable architecture of Edinburgh and Glasgow, the best art galleries, fun family-friendly attractions and fascinating, literary destinations to head to in Edinburgh.* Details neighbourhood walking tours through Edinburgh's Royal Mile, Southside, New Town and Leith.* Includes suggestions for one, two and three day tours in Edinburgh and Glasgow.* Features outdoor tours: head up to Arthur's Seat for breathtaking views or to the port of Leith via the attractive Dean Village.* Read about the best places to dine out: try some of the delicious local seafood or splash out at a Michelin starred restaurant owned by one of the country's top chefs.* Find the ideal place to stay, whatever your budget: choose from historic landmark hotels, to cosy B&Bs and Boutique Georgian townhouse hotels.* Find the perfect evening entertainment, from clubbing or watching live musicians to opera and cutting-edge theatre.* Get top tips on making the most of your visit to the Edinburgh festival. Contents Favourite Moments The Best Full Day Tours: One, Two and Three Days. The Best Special Interest Tours: Historic, Art, Family and Literary. The Best Neighbourhood Walks: The Royal Mile, Southside, New Town and Leith. Edinburgh: Best Shopping The Great Outdoors: Arthur's Seat and Leith. Edinburgh: Best Dining Edinburgh: Best Nightlife Edinburgh Best Arts and Entertainment Edinburgh: Best Hotels The Best of Glasgow: One, Two and Three Day Tours; Architecture Tour; West End Walk; Best Dining; Best Hotels; Best Shopping; Best Nightlife/Arts & Entertainment. The Savvy Traveller: Before You Go; Getting There; Getting Around; Fast Facts; A Brief History.Über den Autor:
Barry Shelby was born in 1960 in Berkeley, California, where he later attended the University of California. He moved to Scotland in 1997, where he has worked as a caretaker for a small and privately-owned castle on the Clyde Coast, as a 'temp' with the privatized national railway company, and as a food and drink writer and editor for newspapers and magazines, including the Guardian, Glasgow Herald, and The List. He is married to a Scot and presently resides in Scotland's Western Isles after a decade living in Glasgow.
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