One area in Scotland’s capital attracts architecture aficionados from all over the world: New Town – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest area of glamorous Georgian-era architecture in Europe. Hop on a video call with a knowledgeable Scottish host for a virtual walking tour of the neighborhood’s aesthetically pleasing streets, squares, and crescents.
The buildings lining New Town’s straight-as-an-arrow lanes, constructed between 1767 and 1850, are still as breathtaking now as they were two centuries ago, retaining their neoclassical charm. Explore this architectural wonder with someone knowledgeable about Edinburgh’s housing history.
You’ll step into the pages of a classic novel and get a snapshot of how the well-heeled once lived. We’ll transport you to a period of grand houses, horse-drawn carriages, and beautiful ball gowns in Edinburgh.