Edinburgh is the ancient capital of Scotland, topped with a castle on a granite rock.
BCS-bus coach hire company will invite your groups to organize a trip to Edinburgh!
In museums and galleries you can spend time during the day.
But closer to the night you can sit in a pub, go to a club, theater or restaurant overlooking the harbor.
Bus hire will allow even the largest groups of tourists to enjoy the comfort of a trip!
Modern buses are just perfect for tourism. We provide almost any amount of transport at your request.
For small groups, we recommend Minibus rental.
This option is great for transfer, for sightseeing excursions, and even as a transport for events.
If you are planning a long trip use the bus coach charter to Edinburgh.
Enjoy your vacation in a beautiful place in Scotland and we take care of your transport concerns.
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According to archaeological finds, the first settlements in Edinburgh were already in the Bronze Age. In the 1st century AD, the Romans came here and clashed with local Celtic tribes who were in no hurry to give their lands to the aliens. In 950, the cattle was owned by the Scots, but the city received its name from the German invaders. The first time the settlement of Edinburgh was mentioned in 1124 when King David 1 issued a decree on the foundation of the church. He then transferred his entire royal court to Edinburgh Castle. Mary Stuart also housed her court in Edinburgh, but in the Holyroodhouse Palace. In the early 18th century, the Scottish Parliament was abolished, but life continued to flourish here.
Edinburgh is surrounded by hills of volcanic origin and it gives it a special charm.
Today, Edinburgh is ready to please tourists with many attractions and museums. The most significant attractions can be considered Edinburgh Castle, towering on the Castle Rock, built in the XII century.
The most important museums and tourist sites:
- National Gallery of Scotland - paintings by Vermeer, Rubens, Titian, Tintoretto, Van Dyck, El Greco, Rembrandt, Watteau, Gainsborough, Monet, Gauguin, Pissarro, Cezanne and other great artists are represented here. The National Portrait Gallery is a collection of portraits of famous Scots.
- The Museum of Writers is dedicated to the works of Walter Scott, Robert Burns, Robert Louis Stevenson and others. Museum of Childhood - here you can look at the huge collection of children's toys from all countries and eras.
- Edinburgh Catacombs- for thouse who prefere exotic tours.
- Zoo or the Royal Botanical Gardens- for lovers of traditional walks.
Edinburgh International Airport (EDI) is located 12 km west of the city center.
It accepts flights not only from all over England, but also from continental Europe, Ireland and some cities in North America.
The fastest and most reliable way to get to the airport or get from it to the city is the airport transfer.
The BCS-bus coach hire company will provide a transfer service to Edinburgh.