Make the most of your overnight with this handy guide, curated by your fellow pilots. Restaurants, entertainment and other must-see attractions are shown on the map below to help you plan your stay. Save this map to your phone or other mobile device, and get walking or transit directions. Missing a must-see venue? Email with suggestions.

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Restaurants & Cafés
Edinburgh Larder
Relaxed cafe with a deli counter for artisan coffee, and Scottish produce for breakfast and lunch.
Amber Restaurant
Atmospheric castle setting for traditional Scottish cuisine with tasting menus and whisky bar.
The Outsider Restaurant
Laid-back eating using fresh, seasonal produce in split-level space with Castle views.
The Devil’s Advocate
Enjoy a unique festive dining experience in the heart of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town. Our delicious festive menus celebrate the best of local and seasonal produce enhanced by specially crafted drinks designed to complement and celebrate the festive flavours.

Bars, Pubs & Breweries
Brass Monkey
Easygoing hangout with simple food and a back room with floor mattresses and afternoon movies.
Whiski Bar & Restaurant
Renowned bar serving over 270 whiskies, plus Scottish food including haggis, and live music.
The Royal McGregor
Comfortable, traditional pub offering Scottish cuisine, local real ales and a wide choice of malts
Scotsman’s Lounge
Small Local Pub with Live Music and Reasonably priced drinks.

Breakfast & Coffee Shops
La Barantine Victoria
Whether you like sweet or salty breakfast, La Barantine offers you a large selection of viennoiseries, croissants, pains au chocolat…, or amazing Tartines with scrumbled eggs, baguette with ham & cheese….
MUMS Great Comfort Food
Traditional, hearty British fare with gourmet sausages, served up in a bright, retro-style diner.
Coffee Angel
Mellow coffee-house and eatery with comfy sofas, serving fresh baked pastries, paninis and salads.

Trails & Fitness Centers
Holyrood Park
Parkland around the slopes and crags of Arthur’s Seat, with walking and cycling paths and a loch. Park MUST DO, Arthur’s Seat
The Meadows
Several Miles of Running Trails. Public park includes children’s playground, sports pitches, cricket square, with annual summer fair.

Theaters & Sports Venues
BT Murrayfield Stadium
67,000 seat home of Scotland’s rugby internationals, some club matches and major music concerts.
18,000 all-seater stadium hosting the home matches of ‘The Jambos’ plus an on-site club superstore.
King’s Theatre
Traditional theatre and bar hosting mainstream touring plays, NTS productions, ballet and pantomime.

Museums & Tours
Edinburgh Castle
An 11th-century castle and barracks housing the Crown Jewels and National War Museum of Scotland.
The Royal Mile
Stretch of road connecting Edinburgh Castle with Holyrood Palace, the Queen’s residence in Scotland.
Calton Hill
Mix of bustling commercial areas and quiet residential streets. The hill itself, with its city views, is home to the Collective contemporary art gallery and the unfinished National Monument.