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The jewels of Edinburgh's skyline - did you know these Edinburgh facts?

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From the place where you can marvel at £1M in cash, to the monument which took the entire fortune of two spinster sisters, these are the jewels of the Edinburgh skyline.
 
 
 
Infographic courtesy of Rabbies
 
Rabbie’s have delivered ethical mini-coach tours since 1993.
 
They’ve admired every mountain in Scotland, wandered through all the palaces of England, and tried to learn all the tall tales of Ireland. On all their trips you learn from an experienced driver guide, get to choose what you see and where you sleep, travel in groups of 16 passengers or fewer, and help support the local communities. 
 
They’re pretty good at what they do too. One of their tours has been chosen as the best multi-day tour in the world by Trip Advisor’s ‘Traveller’s Choice Awards’ and they’ve won top-notch British Travel Awards two years in a row. So, join one of their trips and you can trust you’ll be discovering the best of the UK & Ireland with the experts.

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