A uniquely inspirational setting, Edinburgh is known for its associations with innovation, creativity, discovery and progress.
Steeped in history, this vibrant capital city seamlessly blends an architecturally stunning backdrop with modern developments, offering conference and event delegates a host of traditional, dynamic and unique venues in a world-class destination.
Just a minute’s walk from The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, is the National Museum of Scotland (Opening Times 10 am to 6 pm, Entrance Free). One block further down is the Royal Mile, a place always full of tourists. It stretches from the Edinburgh Castle to the Palace of Holyrood House. Perhaps, delegates and faculty may want to extend their stay in Edinburgh beyond the conference, to explore these visitor attractions in more detail.
Edinburgh is a great tourist destination in March, and I hope you can bring family as well. Over the centuries Edinburgh has enthralled visitors, and March 2018 will be no different.
"This is one of the loveliest cities in the world”
"There is no habitation of human beings in this world so fine in its way as this, the capital of Scotland”
“This dream in masonry and living rock is not a drop scene in a theatre, but a city in the world of reality”
Robert Louis Stevenson
"Edinburgh is a dream of great genius”
“Edinburgh is a city which encourages you to think about what a city is”
“It possesses a boldness and grandeur beyond that I have ever seen”
“Edinburgh is an experience
A city of enormous gifts
Whose streets sing of history
Whose cobbles tell tales”
Alan Bold, Edinburgh
For further information on getting to Edinburgh, please visit the Convention Edinburgh website.
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