Cheap Flights to Edinburgh
Scotland’s ancient capital, known as the ‘Athens of the North’ for its many impressive buildings and monuments, is a must for culture aficionados. From the world-renowned Edinburgh International Festival during the summer to one of the world’s largest street parties at New Year, there’s always something going on.
With our cheap flights to Edinburgh, you can be guaranteed a ‘bonnie’ trip to this mesmerising city. Once at Edinburgh Airport you can get the express bus into town (around 25 minutes depending on traffic), or enjoy the newly built tram system, which will take 35 minutes to Princes Street in the heart of the city.
We offer a selection of flights and stopovers to Edinburgh from Australian airports. The first leg of the journey generally takes 8 or 9 hours if you're travelling via Asia or 14 hours if you plump for a Middle Eastern carrier. Stopovers range from a couple of hours for the express traveller, or up to a day if you want to explore the destination. Then it’s back on your way to Edinburgh. All in all, you want to leave yourself around 24 hours for travel time. Free meals and alcohol are provided on most flights (check the airline website for further information, including dietary options) and inflight entertainment systems will provide you with the latest movies and TV shows to help the journey go by.
Major airlines that fly to Edinburgh
- Malaysian Airlines
- Air France
- Cathay Pacific
- China Southern Airlines
- Japan Airlines
Edinburgh Holiday Packages
If you do not want the hassle of having to plan your whole holiday, ask one of our knowledgable travel consultants to arrange a tailored holiday package for you. This can be as comprehensive or minimal as you wish. Packages can include accommodation, tours, activities, breakfasts and lots more to help you truly discover the heart of Edinburgh’s cultural scene.
From the imposing site that is Edinburgh Castle, which dominates the city’s skyline, to the newly developed chic waterfront at Leith Docks, Edinburgh has a smorgasbord of offerings that will satisfy all tastes and travel styles. From the castle, you can take the Royal Mile through the Old Town, which is juxtaposed at the opposite end with the new Scottish Parliament building, designed by the late Spanish architect Enric Miralles. On the way there are lots of bars and restaurants where you can sample the world-famous Scottish food and drink - smoked salmon, Aberdeen Angus beef and a tipple (or two!) of Scotch whisky. Want to find out more about Edinburgh? Have a look at our destination guide or call one of our friendly travel consultants to access the best deals and find out what’s on offer during your stay.
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