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Edinburgh: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tours & Firth of Forth Cruise

1. Edinburgh: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tours & Firth of Forth Cruise

City Sightseeing Edinburgh See all the main attractions with CitySightseeing Edinburgh. There’s multi-language commentary in 9 languages and a special Horrible Histories commentary for your children, narrated by Terry Deary himself. Edinburgh Tour Explore Edinburgh's city center taking in the spectacular buildings including Edinburgh Castle, the Scottish Parliament, and the architecture of the Georgian New Town with a live guide in English. Majestic Tour The Majestic Tour heads north of Edinburgh's City Centre towards the port of Leith with highlights including Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, The Royal Yacht Britannia, and the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The Majestic Tour features a multi-lingual commentary in 10 languages.  Firth of Forth Bus and Boat Trip Board your bus at St Andrew Square in the heart of Edinburgh for a tour to South Queensferry, followed by a boat tour aboard one of Forth Boat Tours fleet of vessels. Enjoy superb views of Edinburgh and Fife’s coastlines as well as the iconic Three Bridges, the Forth Road Bridge, The Forth Bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing. Get your camera out and look for puffins and seals along the way.

Queensferry: Town History Guided Walking Tour

2. Queensferry: Town History Guided Walking Tour

Watch the past come alive as your guide takes you back in time on this walking tour of Queensferry. Explore the town's highlights and hidden gems as you walk to destinations like the Priory Church and the charming the Harbor. Meet your local guide at the seal statue at Hawes pier and begin your walking tour. Listen as your guide tells you the area's unique traditions and stories. Find out why the town is famous for its bridges. Stroll to the bright blue Hawes Inn which houses a classic pub. Capture a picture of the Roman numerals on the Jubilee Clock Tower. Admire the Gothic architecture of the Priory Church. Take a stroll by the old buildings in the city's harbor. Learn about the importance of this town during the first world war. Uncover the tale of how it developed a bustling import and export market. Hear about how this town was once the home of witches. Return to your starting point at the end of your tour.

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What people are saying about Queensferry

We really enjoyed our tour in Edinburgh! The tour guides were very helpful and knowledgeable. We've had a wonderful time during our tour listening to our tour guides talking about the history of the places we've seen in Edinburgh. We really enjoyed our tour in the Bridges as well.The people in the cruise ship were very polite and made sure we enjoyed our adventure! We couldn't be happier.

Fabulous tours, so informative and got to see far more than we could have done in our own - as we had 48 hours to use our tickets, we did the tours more than once. The Firth of Forth boat trip was excellent, not only did we have fantastic views of all 3 bridges, we saw seals and puffins too.

As a very anxious first time lone traveller I decided this was a good option for me to explore Edinburgh alone. I found the tours fun and informative, the Firth of Forth Cruise was lovely we saw Seals ( a first for me in the wild). I wouldn't hesitate to use the tours again

Buying a two day, three route ticket with the river cruise was ideal for us to use to get to our different planned trips to museums, Holyrood House Palace etc and to have the cruise to go to was an added bonus

It was fantastic!! We enjoyed the beauty of Edinburgh and the history about the city I have to visit again.