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Edinburgh — A highlight of any tour through Europe, Edinburgh (pronounced Edin-burra) is virtually two cities in one, with lively Princes Street serving as the dividing line between medieval Old Town and 18th-century New Town. The sum of these two parts is Britain’s second-most-visited urban center, where travelers come to explore majestic Edinburgh Castle, world-class museums, lush green spaces, and a roster of summertime music and arts festivals. Add in a growing selection of innovative restaurants and cutting-edge hotels, and our Edinburgh Travel Guide is sure to show you just why Scotland’s capital city is a place you will want to return to again and again.

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British Airways Lets You Spend One Day in Rome (Or Vienna, or Geneva, or Munich...)

March 12, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

British Airways has just launched its discounted "daytripper fares" for travelers flying from London to a handful of European cities. The catch? (Or, perhaps the ... Read More »

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Foodie Friday: Burns Night Means Haggis and Scotch

January 24, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Are you ready for Burns Night? Celebrated every year in Scotland and throughout the Scottish diaspora, this January 25 holiday is a celebration of the life and ... Read More »

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New Year's Eve: Laidback Alternatives to the World's Biggest Parties

December 06, 2013 by Karen Gardiner Dion

As the count down to the New Year approaches, so does the party-planning pressure. Most major cities throw vast, crowded spectacles for the occasion, but if ... Read More »

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Top 10 Budget Destinations for 2014

November 29, 2013 by ShermansTravel Editorial Staff

These days, cost-conscious travelers have more options than ever. The question is no longer "Where will we go?" but "How cheap can we get there?" Rest assured, ... Read More »

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A New Wave of Hotels Offer High Design on a Low Budget

November 13, 2013 by Karen Gardiner Dion

With the Millennial generation growing up, the travel industry is beginning to see a gap in the market for sophisticated young travelers on a budget. Budget-chic ... Read More »

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“Discounts aside, off-season travel also brings more chances to interact with locals and make friends in immersive, stress-less experiences.”

Christine Wei Assistant Editor

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