Located in the heart of Scotland’s capital of Edinburgh is the southeastern suburb called Brunstane. The best time to visit to avoid overwhelming crowds is during the time of high summer, from early August to September. Amongst the many landmarks, festivals and attractions, the community of Brunstane also offers affordable hotels, restaurants, and family activities worth experiencing during your visit to this suburb and its grand city. With international festivals in science, television, film, music and books, it proves to be an extraordinary destination and an enchanting visit all year round.
- Venture to the extensive shopping complex and leisure facilities located by the Brunstane border at the largest Asda supermarket as well as the unique Fort Kinnaird retail park, which was formerly the sight of the Newcraighall coalmine.
- Experience the grand Scotch Whisky Heritage centre located at the Royal Mile, in Edinburgh, offering an intriguing tour of the distilling process of all its whisky.
- Enjoy the National Gallery of Scotland, the National Gallery of Modern Art, and the grand Royal Museum that is home to Edinburgh and Scotland's rich heritage.
Edinburgh International Airport serves the city and Brunstane, and is considered to be Scotland’s busiest terminal. Conveniently located roughly 16 kilometres from the city’s centre, it provides Airlink Express shuttle services, public Lothian buses, and Waverley Railway station services for the convenience of the traveller. The coach line and Lothian buses provide sufficient transportation in and around the city’s suburbs. Tram and taxi facilities are also offered to ensure that all areas of the large city of Edinburgh are generously covered to ensure that all tourists reach their destination, easily.
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