Edinburgh International Airport information
Edinburgh Airport serves the capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh. The biggest and busiest airport of the country, Edinburgh Airport has been operational since the 1910s but was converted from a military airfield to a commercial airport in the 1940s. Today the airport handles over 12 million passengers yearly, making it one of the busiest airports in the United Kingdom.
Flights to Edinburgh International Airport
Though the airport consists of only 1 passenger terminal, it is served by a diverse array of European airlines such as British Airways and Lufthansa as well as a number of Middle Eastern carriers like Etihad and Qatar Airways. As such, outbound flights to major cities within Europe are most common from Edinburgh Airport. There are currently no direct flights from Singapore to Edinburgh.
Cheapest flights to Edinburgh International Airport
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Edinburgh Airport is located about 10km from the city centre of Edinburgh. Travellers can board the Airlink shuttle bus - this connects them directly to the Waverley Steps, a 72-step stairwell which leads to the centrally-located Waverly Railway Station on Princess Street. The journey will take about 30 minutes for SGD $6.28.
Otherwise, taxis can also be found right outside the airport at the taxi stand. A cab ride to the city centre takes about 20 minutes and cost around SGD$35.89.
What to see and do
It would be a crime to leave Edinburgh without having personally experienced one of Scotland’s greatest icons - Edinburgh Castle, a monumental stone edifice that has withstood both the tests of time and countless sieges. The Castle’s history can be traced back to the Iron Age, and in its 1,000 years of history has undergone more attacks than any other site in Britain. The magnificent structure once served as a decadent royal residence for Scottish Kings and Queens and is today still home to the fabled Scottish Stone of Destiny.
Tourists should also visit Arthur’s Seat, which is within walking distance of the castle. Getting to the peak of Arthur’s Seat at 251m involves a one-hour hike. The reward is a breathtaking, panoramic view of the city, Edinburgh.
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