Experience Edinburgh the local way with this insider's guide
Aye, Edinburgh is steeped in tradition: historic castles, mythical mountains, and the king of all arts festivals. But what's beyond the monuments, myths and legends? Kenyan restaurants plating up moreish masala chips, not-for-profit cafes hosting hip hop nights, wee distilleries pouring drams in old railway buildings - we could go on. There's more to Edinburgh than Edinburgh Castle and the National Museums, and who better to show you around than the locals?
This insider's guide is packed with recommendations from Edinburgers in the know, helping you to discover all their favourite hangout spots and hidden haunts. Of course, with a city as fabled as Edinburgh we could fill the pages of this book tenfold. Rather, Edinburgh Like a Local offers a snapshot of local life, and it's yours for the taking.
Whether you're a local looking to uncover your city's secrets or a traveller seeking an authentic experience beyond the tourist track, this stylish guide makes sure you experience the real side of Edinburgh.
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