There are 45 flights operating between Istanbul and Edinburgh. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, London and Antalya to Edinburgh.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Edinburgh flights? In the coming 3 months: Antalya Edinburgh 1,413 TL, Istanbul Edinburgh 2,169 TL and London Edinburgh 395 TL
Better to book your flight to Edinburgh 35 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
August and January months are the highest season for United Kingdom, Edinburgh. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: November and October.
Edinburgh, the second largest city and capital of Scotland after Glasgow, is a city known worldwide as the Athens of the North, which is on the World Heritage List with its cultural level rising under the influence of the Scottish Enlightenment, New Town and Old Town.
Edinburgh, a historical city built on rocks in the east of Scotland, close to the north sea, is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with its medieval and Georgian architecture.
Scotland, which is located in the north of the island of Scotland and is one of the 4 countries that make up the United Kingdom in the south, has its own flag, capital and parliament, although it is not an independent country.
Edinburgh BC. In the settlement that started in 900 years, AD. Established in the kingdom of Kenneth MacAlpine in 843 after the Romans invaded Southern Scotland in 84, Scotland is one of the oldest surviving countries in the world. In 1707 it united with the Kingdom of England to form the Kingdom of Great Britain. Scotland, which has produced many names for literature, cinema and science, is known for J. K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter, for the movie Braveheart, Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin, and Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone.
Places to visit
Edinburgh, with its medieval castles, historical buildings and natural beauties, can be visited by dividing it into two parts, the Old Town and the New Town. The Old Town, whose history dates back hundreds of years, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. In addition to cute shops selling souvenirs within Edinburgh Castle ruins, which you enter through the Gate House gate bearing traces of the Victorian era, Portcullis Gate, Argyll Battery, One O'Clock Gun, St. There is also Margaret's Chapel and the Royal Palace. On the Royal Mile, the busiest old street of the city, which resembles an open-air museum with its buildings dating from the 16th to the 18th centuries, you can see the Palace of Holyrood, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Great Stair, the Royal Dining Room, the Queen's Gallery. You can see the Throne Room, Holyrood Park, Arthur's Seat, Cowgate known as the Irish Quarter, and finally take a breather at the Grassmarket cafes.
Princes Street, which is closed to traffic and known as Scotland's Oxford Street, is a street where the famous shops, Princes Street Gardens and West Gardens are located. in New Town; The National Gallery of Scotland with works by Monet, Van Gogh, Turner, Tiziano, Rubens, Rembrandt and Raffaello, the Scott Monument and Calton Hill with its magnificent Edinburgh view will be waiting for you.
Multrees Walk, George Street, Hanover Street, Frederick Street and William Street and the delightful Edinbrugh Streets lined with café-restaurants and shops are perfect for exploring the city center on foot.
Edinburgh nightlife is quite colorful and has different alternatives. Grassmarket in the Old Town Region, which stands out especially with its pubs; Base, Gig and Diva on Cowgate and Lothian Streets for popular clubs; For more trendy bars, George Street in New Town is some of the places you can choose.
Food & Drink and Shopping
The most consumed dishes of local Scottish cuisine in Edinburgh, a city with plenty of alternatives in culinary culture: Soups cock-a-leekie, potato-leek-mushroom, partan bree, scotch broth, cullen skink, Lorraine, lentil bro, bonfire warmer, harikot bean; stevies, a dish cooked with haggis, carrots and broth; seafood such as mussels, crayfish, lobster, smoked Scottish herring, trout, haddock, cod and salmon; Caledonian Cheese Company, Caboc, Crowdie, Strathkinness, Bishop Kennedy, Isle of Mull, Lanark Blue; of desserts, abernethy biscuits, Cranachan, Ecclefechan, Dundee Cake. Rather than drinks, of course, tea, whiskey and beer.
The plaid fabrics of the Scots, which are a nation that adheres to their culture and traditions, keep their past alive and attach importance to history, and which are identified with themselves all over the world, and called kilt, are a suitable choice for the memory of Edinburgh. You can find over 100 plaid products at the Royal Mile and Edinburgh Old Town Weaving Company. Other than that, some of the things you can get are sweaters, jackets, suits and blankets made with Scottish wool, and for whiskey lovers a visit to the Scotch Whiskey Experience. The shopping streets where the stores are located are Victoria Street, George Street, Rose Street, Princes Street, Rose Street, Thistle Street.
Turkish Airlines has direct flights between Istanbul and Edinburgh. It is possible to reach the city by bus or taxi departing every 15 minutes from Edinburgh International Airport, which is 12 km from the city.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Adana - Edinburgh||5,075.47|
|Amsterdam - Edinburgh||1,050.73|
|Ankara - Edinburgh||2,917.33|
|Antalya - Edinburgh||1,412.70|
|Brussels - Edinburgh||428.38|
|Bodrum - Edinburgh||5,097.92|
|Dalaman - Edinburgh||5,410.68|
|Dammam - Edinburgh||6,917.48|
|Dublin - Edinburgh||370.73|
|Dusseldorf - Edinburgh||358.45|
|Dubai - Edinburgh||8,524.50|
|Lefkosa - Edinburgh||4,474.50|
|Istanbul - Edinburgh||1,907.98|
|Izmir - Edinburgh||1,932.48|
|Jeddah - Edinburgh||10,002.19|
|Larnaca - Edinburgh||2,846.53|
|London - Edinburgh||560.76|
|Manchester - Edinburgh||2,519.87|
|Milan - Edinburgh||451.28|
|New York - Edinburgh||9,304.77|
|Oslo - Edinburgh||1,125.95|
|Paris - Edinburgh||396.02|
|Riyadh - Edinburgh||6,081.67|
|Sofia - Edinburgh||310.81|
|Washington DC - Edinburgh||17,815.51|
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