Inverleith is a suburb of Edinburgh, Scotland that is situated on the northern fringe of the city centre. Inverleith is known throughout the region for two things, its abundance of affluent homes and its wealth of open green spaces that include some of the nicest parks and gardens in all of Scotland. The suburb’s proximity to the city centre has made it a favourite of wealthy citizens that want a rural atmosphere that is still near all of the action. This idyllic suburb is one of the best places on the outskirts of the city to take a stroll.
- Explore the Royal Botanic Garden that was constructed in Edinburgh in the 19th century and features a colourful array of plants and flowers from around the world.
- Walk around the massive Inverleith Park and you can watch a cricket match, play tennis or golf, or just watch the birds as they descend upon the pond at the park’s centre.
- Take a stroll down Leith Walk, one of the longest streets in Edinburgh, and you can enjoy the historic buildings that flank either side, while stopping for a pint in one of the ancient pubs.
Inverleith is situated within walking distance of the city centre of Edinburgh, so most people just walk there, but there are also buses and several stops of the tram for those that do not want to walk. Inverleith is a pedestrian’s paradise, as it is mostly expanses of verdant green spaces that make for the ideal place to take a walk. Cycling is also popular in the community and you will find plenty of dedicated paths that go through the suburb, making it easy to get around without even stepping into a car.
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