Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland with its bagpipers and castles, is the second most popular tourist destination in the United Kingdom—and with good reason. Featuring an exquisite countryside and a modern city, Edinburgh doesn’t allow for a dull moment. Kaimes of Midlothian is a beautiful suburb of Edinburgh and, within minutes of travelling from this unique destination, you can be in the middle of the city, taking in top tourist attractions as well as inimitable landmarks. Pop into any of the delightful pubs to watch TV sports, or spend the day on one of the close-lying beaches after browsing through the enclave’s unforgettable collection of fascinating museums, castles, and galleries.
- Enjoy the floodlit ski slopes at Midlothian Ski Centre in Edinburgh, where equipment and instructors are on hand for all levels of expertise, from beginnings to veterans.
- Go behind the scenes and passions of Scottish rugby whilst in Edinburgh by taking a tour of Murrayfield Stadium, which is located close to Kaimes and stands as one of the greatest sporting stadiums in the world.
- Spend hours at Thornwick Bay Beach, which features lovely cliffs and an exquisite coastal path that offers breathtaking scenery.
Once you have landed at Edinburgh Airport, you will find numerous information booths throughout the terminal with transportation tips for reaching Kaimes as well as additional points of interest. Three different taxi companies provide several transit opportunities around the area, and many of the taxis are wheelchair accessible. The area’s buses are reliable and frequent, leaving the airport every 10 to 15 minutes, depending on the destination. Tourists can hire cars from the airport. Convenient shuttles are also available from the airport, and a modern tram network will open in 2014.
135 hotels near Kaimes
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