Areas of Edinburgh
Abbeyhill is to the East of the city and overlaps the Eastern fringe of Edinburgh Old Town. It takes its name from…
Mostly Seventies-build commuter town situated on the outskirts of Edinburgh, south west of the City Bypass and Wester Hailes and south of the…
Quiet village to the South West perimetre of the city.
Situated at the foot of the Pentland Hills.
Good access via the Water of…
Barnton is an affluent suburb to the North West of Edinburgh. It is North East of Edinburgh airport, with the…
The Broughton area is to the North East of Edinburgh City Centre, West of Leith Walk and South of…
Bruntsfield is a central area of Edinburgh, adjoining Morningside to the South, and…
Caltongate is a £300million development project in Edinburgh Old Town between the Royal Mile and East Market…
Located at the foot of a steep hill, low lying Canonmills was for many years the site of the Cannon Mills Loch (the second "n" was dropped in…
Charlotte Square is a Georgian, neo-classical square just off the West End of George Street. The Square, which is mirrored by…
Colinton is one of the old villages of Edinburgh, located to the South West of Edinburgh City Centre.
To its North West is Wester Hailes,…
One of the original villages that make up modern Edinburgh, Corstorphine is now a busy part of the capital situated to the West some three miles…
Edinburgh's long turn-of-the-century boom eventually reached the outer limits with the start in 2007 of a radical make-over of Craigmillar,…
Currie is a residential, commuting suburb to the South West of Edinburgh, between Juniper Green and…
Dalmeny is a village situated to the North West of Edinburgh, and East of the Forth Rail Bridge. It falls under the jurisdiction of the City of…
Dalry, to the West of Edinburgh City Centre, is situated between Gorgie, Haymarket and Fountainbridge. The main throughfare is Dalry Road,…
One of Edinburgh's original villages and now encompassed within the capital's boundaries, Davidson's Mains is a residential area to the North West…
Hidden away at the foot of a steep cobbled hill, with the Water of Leith lapping beside it, and surrounded by…
Formerly a village in its own right, before being absorbed into the City of Edinburgh, Duddingston dates from 1124 when Duddinston Kirk was…