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The Water of Leith walk remains my favorite within the city of Edinburgh. It's a tranquil place, away from the bustle of the city and leads the walker to the Botanics and the Dean Museum of Modern Art, as well as access to cafes and...More
The water of Leith walkway is a fantastic facility providing safe and accessible space to walk, run or cycle between Leith and Edinburgh city centre. We were staying in Leith and walked in to the city more than once- lovely and green and no cars...More
The wWater of leith Walkway is one of the best hidden treasures in Edinburgh. It makes for a short or long walk through the heart off Edinburgh, though you might feel you are in the countryside. There are herons, occasional otters and we have seen...More
Spent the first half of the day in the gorgeous botanic gardens. Caught the bus to gardens so we were fresh and having enjoyed them walked back to Edinburgh via this amazing walkway and the village of Dean. So fortunate this historic landscape has been...More
We stumbled upon this walkway on our way to Leith to visit Yacht Britannia. Most of the route goes along the waterway and is very clearly signposted. It can be a little busy as it is a shared walkway with walkers, runners, and cyclists -...More
We were staying in Dean Terrace, Stockbridge for the weekend and an international at Murrayfield. The walk to the ground is impressively quick and very scenic. Take a look even if you'r not going to Murrayfield. It's also a link to the Botanic Gardens and...More
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Hi, from where you are going to stay, the best route is from Modern Gallery on Belford Road, if you join here you can walk along to Stockbridge which is a lovely little village within the town. This isn't a particularly... More
Hi, from where you are going to stay, the best route is from Modern Gallery on Belford Road, if you join here you can walk along to Stockbridge which is a lovely little village within the town. This isn't a particularly long walk, but it would give you a feel for it. You will pass St Bernard's Well with the amazing statue of Hygeia. From Stockbridge, where I suggest you have a look around, you can then join the path again to Canonmills, again another small part of Edinburgh with nice cafes and a few shops. I hope you enjoy your stay.