Edinburgh walking tours

Around the city centre…

Charlotte Square

Around the New Town

The Georgian styled New Town of Edinburgh has its own interesting hidden secrets that most people overlook. Discover them !

Miss Jean Brodie Steps

Around the Old Town

Everybody’s favourite. Although we will not be going to the castle as they only allow their own guides, there is so much more to discover. The ups and downs, in between and behind the houses…

Ramsay Gardens

Around the Old and the New Town

This can be done in a shorter walk, more of an introduction to both Edinburgh’s main areas, or it can be stretched up to a full day. Discover the fascinating Medieval and Georgian layout side by side, connected through green spaces or the train station.

…or away from it all


Take a no 41 bus to Cramond or your car and park it at the public car park behind the Cramond Inn. Delve into peace and quiet, history and nature. Cramond has it all plus a harbour for sailing and motor boats. If you time it right you can take an adventurous 20 minute walk to the tidal Cramond Island. There is more to Cramond than meets the eye. Have yourself surprised by this little hidden gem

River Almond at Crammond
Crammond Steps leading to 17th century Crammond Inn
Narrow river flowing from the foreground to the back. Converted mill buildings left and right of the river. River bends to the right in the background. View on to White three storey home with wooden beams above it in the background looms the castle.
Water of Leith in Dean Village

Around Stockbridge and Dean Village

Only 5 minutes’ walk from the Westend, it is easy to forget here that you are almost in the centre of Edinburgh. Experience Nature, industrial heritage and some surprises as we walk along the water of Leith to Stockbridge.


Wherever you decide to go – always remember that the weather is very changeable in Edinburgh. Always be prepared for all weathers ! Of course, we may be able to nip into a museum for a quick escape too.

Remember, you may need sunscreen and rain/wind proof clothing on the same day. It will make our walk so much more enjoyable. And another thing – the streets of Edinburgh are not heel friendly.