Edinburgh Jazz Festival
Edinburgh Jazz Festival presents high-quality musicians from all over the world.
The shows are held at many venues around town.
Most of them are easily accessed within the city centre.
More about Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh is well-known as a festival city.
In August, there are six significant festivals alone.
The skyline is dominated by the world-famous Edinburgh Castle, which sits on its perch on Castle Rock, looking down over the city.
This historic fortress offers a magnificent point to view Edinburgh and its surroundings.
The Medieval Old Town and the Georgian New Town form a World Heritage Site. Both are beautiful places to stroll around and take in the architectural styles of the historical buildings.
Places to stay and hotel tips
Cheval Old Town Chambers is an apartment hotel with style located in the central location of Edinburgh.
Just a 2-minute walk from the Waverley railway station and 5 minutes from Edinburgh castle.
Its apartments are luxurious and modern and with free WiFi.
They range in size, and there are the ones with a fully fitted kitchen and dining area, luxury bathrooms, and some with stunning scenic views of the city, TV and sound systems.
Its position is the best feature of this beautiful hotel, as, at every moment, you’re in the middle of the best restaurants, shops and bars Edinburgh offers.
If you want to spend your time in Edinburgh in style, spend it in the Old Town Chambers on the Royal Mile.
More Festivals in Edinburgh
Edinburgh’s Hogmanay New Years Celebration
Edinburgh has recently become famous for its New Year’s Eve fireworks displays.
Hundreds of thousand spectators crowd into Princes Street to watch the display from the castle.
The celebration is a three days long party of spectacular events.
Bands, Shetland Vikings, choral singing in St Giles’ Cathedral, Scottish music in the Old Town, and the fabulous fireworks at NYE.
Edinburgh Mela is Scotland’s biggest celebration of world music and dance.
A tremendous cultural festival with both national and international artists.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe
One of the world’s largest arts festivals, with thousands of performers at hundreds of stages in Edinburgh.
Shows for any taste, from well-known artists to unknown names in the entertainment industry.
Edinburgh Art Festival