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glasgow and edinburg

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glasgow and edinburg

can i explore edinburg in only 1 day or is it better 2 days? how about glasgow? i have very limited time... thanks

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1. Re: glasgow and edinburg

you can see a bit of the city in one day -'explore' would take longer.

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2. Re: glasgow and edinburg

One day would be an introduction to the city, but you'll just touch the surface. Think of it as the first as many visits.

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3. Re: glasgow and edinburg

The two cities are only a short distance apart and a regular train between them takes around 50 minutes. If you only have one day in Edinburgh then take the round city bus tour, then visit the Castle and take a walk down the Royal Mile. www.royalmile.com/

Depending on the time of year when you visit, you may have limited daylight hours for sightseeing so do factor in some museums/ pubs/ evening ghost tours to your itinerary. At the moment it is light from around 8am to about 4.45pm

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