Edinburgh holds a special atmosphere that newcomers find hard to resist. Couples find plenty of scope for romance here, with seemingly hundreds of hidden gardens fit for canoodling, cosy candle-lit restaurants and whiskey bars perfect for an intimate tete-a-tete over a ‘wee dram’.
Singletons need not feel left out either. Whether you’re inclined towards ponderous walks across Edinburgh’s cobble stone streets or are more drawn to the prospect of meeting a friendly face in one of the city’s lively pubs, Edinburgh’s generosity of spirit means there’s something to please everyone.
City Travel Review’s journalism projects combine practical writing theory with a whole host of fun activities and local trips in some of Europe’s most fascinating destinations, including Berlin, Edinburgh, Madrid, Barcelona and Lyon.
Our projects see participants working as part of an active, dynamic team to produce a magazine or travel guide about the city which can distribute and publish online. As well as being a fantastic opportunity to hone your writing and research skills, graduates of our programmes typically go home having made new friends and produced a considerable portfolio of work.
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