Hop aboard this Edinburgh bus tour at Waterloo Place in Central Edinburgh. From here, youtravel along Princes Street with a small group of 16 passengers or fewer, listen as the audio-guide provides insight into the history of Edinburgh castle perched above the glorious Princes Street Gardens.
Head to the lively Grassmarket, a place that historically functioned both as a market place and a notorious place of execution and is today filled with bars and restaurants. Learn the charming story of Greyfriars Bobby, Edinburghs most famous dog, before traveling around Edinburghs central university area where, among the many stunning buildings you can spot some of the places that inspired the Harry Potter books.
After the famous Royal Mile, venture past the National Gallery and down into the New Town to learn about the Scottish pioneers who lived in the area's handsome Georgian buildings.
Next, head off the beaten track across the Dean Bridge and into Edinburgh's quaint Dean Village. This residential zone was once a separate village and is packed full of charming cobbled lanes. Exploring this area, you'll get a view of Stewart's Melville College and the Galleries of Modern Art. It's here you learn more about the city as a film location.
Back towards the city center, travel along George Street and Queen Street before passing Calton hill and heading down to the foot of Arthurs Seat, site of Holyrood Palace. The last leg of the journey takes you through the Canongate, past the John Knox House and Scottish Storytelling Centre before heading back to Waterloo Place for the end of the tour.