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Royal Edinburgh Ticket with Hop-On Hop-Off Tours, Edinburgh Castle Admission

  • A flexible 48-hour ticket for a hop-on hop-off bus tour of Edinburgh
  • Learn about Edinburgh's rich history and modern culture through onboard commentary
  • The ability to hop off whenever makes this tour flexible and customizeable
Royal Edinburgh Ticket with Hop-On Hop-Off Tours, Edinburgh Castle Admission
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Royal Edinburgh Ticket with Hop-On Hop-Off Tours, Edinburgh Castle Admission

Personalize your Edinburgh sightseeing schedule with this hop-on hop-off bus tour ticket, which hits all the main city attractions in an efficient time frame. Your 48-hour ticket grants you access to five routes and includes admission to the Palace of Holyrodhouse, the Royal Yacht Britannia, and the Edinburgh Castle, making this a great value choice. Plus, onboard audio commentary provides info crucial to understanding the history of Scotland's capital. 

What to Expect

With your tour voucher in hand, make your way to any of the bus stops on the route to begin your 48-hour sightseeing excursion. Perfect for first-time visitors or those short on time, booking this comprehensive tour ensures you will get access to all of Edinburgh's highlights and landmarks.

Step on board the bus and find a seat on the top deck for panoramic views or the bottom deck for shelter from the elements. As the bus proceeds, listen to commentary from a guide about the city's rich history and modern culture.

Hop off at any of the stops that interest you to explore further, then just catch the next bus that comes along when you're ready. A choice of five routes ensures that no stone will go unturned and you'll have chance to see everything you want to in a compact time frame. If you stay on board the bus, the full loop of each route is about 1 to 1.5 hours.

Your ticket also includes an admission ticket to Edingburgh Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; the Palace of Holyroodhouse, a residence of the Queen of England; and the Royal Yacht Britannia, belonging to the British royal family.

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Majestic Bus Tour.

We went on this bus tour and have to say it was money well worth spent fantastic in every way. Our driver Paul was really fun to be with he made us laugh many times he even made the grumpy man outside the Balmoral Hotel...More

Thank Alan W
Reviewed 5 days ago
An excellent way to see the City

Enjoyed a most informative and entertaining tour of the City on Tuesday 11th September.Excellent commentary from Bruce with the occasional joke thrown in.Good value for money and would recommend as a must for any first time visitor to Edinburgh

1  Thank Larraine B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great way to see Edinbourgh

It is a very well organized bus tour. If you want to see the most popular attractions and get a good idée of the city, it is the perfect way to do it. You get tickets for the Palace, castle and botanical gardens, all a...More

1  Thank Joanne P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
First visit

A chance to visit Edinburgh whist we were on holiday in Northumberland, was always on our list of must do, so off we went, using the Park n Ride, from Newcraighall, where it's 50p to park all day, and get the train in to waverly...More

Thank yesman_10
Reviewed 1 week ago
A Great was to get an overview.

Being on top Of a double decker bus is the best way to see a city. The ear phone commentary was moderately humorous.

Thank Peter S
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Cris T
31 August 2018|
Response from Bob A | Reviewed this property |
Yes. The “ticket taker” stays below and Im sure that if you asked he would look out for your pram or show you where to stow it securely. Plus no one can get on without showing their paid pass and I doubt that thiefs would... More
30 August 2018|
Response from sunnygirl2555 | Reviewed this property |
Can buy online as well at the first stop which is Waverley Bridge. There’s signs nearby, across from the information centre I believe.