Cycling is a great way to see a city – you can get a good feel for a place riding past its buildings and parks, hearing snippets of conversation of the pedestrians you pass, and even getting wafts of local aromas (delicious food if you’re lucky)!
It’s also a great way to see further out than just the city centre of a town – which is what I did in Edinburgh. (Oh, and if you’re like me and eat your way around a city, it’s a good way to work off all the extra calories consumed!)
If you follow the (h)ubertasteof Instagram and/or Facebook accounts you may have seen that I recently spent a week in Edinburgh, Scotland.
I’ve written a post about my trip but decided that a dedicated post was needed just for the food and drink side of things! From a michelin-star lunch to trying a buffalo burger at the local farmers’ market, I definitely tried to make the most of my time eating my way through Edinburgh.
I recently spent a week in Scotland’s capital – the intriguingly beautiful and always vibrant Edinburgh.
It’s a pretty special place. I know many others agree by the response I got when I posted a photo on Facebook announcing my arrival in the city! It was my second visit, so there was less visits to top tourist attractions and more wandering around the city taking it all in.