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Lovely traditional harbour on Firth of Forth - now boasting Chippie with the best fish and chips ever.
Former fishing village on the Firth of Forth with still working harbour which still retains the atmosphere of bygone days when they fished for the silver darlings ( herring ).
The old lighthouse, marina and fish market are beautiful. Amazing sunsets and views toward the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Forth Rail Bridge, the existing Forth Road Bridge and the architecturally magnificent and new, Queensferry Crossing.
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“Small friendly pub that has live music on Sunday afternoons. Art exhibitions in the back room which are changed regularly.”
- 8 locals recommend
“An excellent bike repair and hire shop that I've used several times. If you're planning a bike tour around Scotland and need your bike looking at, or just want to borrow a bike to see the city with, this is the best place in the neighbourhood!”
- 7 locals recommend
“The Water of Leith Walkway will take you down to The Shore area in Leith. But, we recommend starting at Saughton Park and visiting the Victorian walled gardens there first. From there the walk will take you past Murrayfield Stadium and Roseburn Park and on to the Galleries of Modern Art. Keep walking to the Stockbridge neighbourhood and finally The Shore. ”
- 10 locals recommend
“Stylish Indian, Bangladeshi, Nepali and Thai cuisine in light, modern dockside former whisky bond.”
- 9 locals recommend
“A rare place that is very good at steaks as well as seafood. Great location overlooking Newhaven harbour. Moderate prices given the quality. Seating indoors or out. ”
- 49 locals recommend