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We did the 3 day pass and if you are willing to walk around and try to get the most of this pass then it is worth it. The free ticket back to the airport is a little wishy washy because depending on how close you are to the bus stops you have to get you and your luggage there in order to board the correct bus. Still worth the money though. I highly recommend the pub literary tour and the Edinburgh dungeon.
Edinburgh Passes for three days was great!!! (Also don't forget to get a city bus pass...for the time you are there also!!)
very good value for money! just to make proper time management to enjoy the pass.
The Edinburgh pass is fanastic value, managed to see lots more of the attractions than we would have been able to afford. The information centre at Wavereley Station was also really friendly and helpful: would reccomend.
Worth noting that Camera Obscura doesnt close till 6, where as dungeons and dynamic world both stop entry at 4pm at low season, so if we did again wed shuffle it around and do camera obscura lastas we ran out of time for dungeons.
Seven days in Edinburgh were excellent. We booked an apartment that was 15 minutes by bus from downtown. The weather was perfect for this time of yera, 15-20 degrees Celsius, and rain was just for one day. Each day we were in the best-known places and detinations of Edinburgh. We head breakfast in the apartment, a light lunch and generous donner in beautiful restaurant of Edinburgh.Finally, the Holiday was wonderful.
easy to pick up great value for money and cheaper than the edinburgh pass from the visit scotland website. only diffrence is that you dont get the lothian bus pass in which i dont need anyway. i had a great time with the help of the pass.
A fantastic value for money pass, far cheaper purchased through Viator. The dungeon was fantastic and the guided tours really interesting, particularly the evening ghost walk - good fun!
Use the pass to your advantage- a good, economical way for sightseeing and bus travel if you plan well.I saved quite a few pounds by fitting in the free entry attractions.
Good idea but 2 consecutive days wasn't enough time to get full value. Needed to do more research before I went to see what was included and locations.
You'll save a lot with Edinburgh pass.
Mr Robert C B
We had the pass for 2 days and would recomend it to anybody as excellant value.The booklet was also very helpful to decide which attractions to see, and plan our days activities with a useful map to make best use of time.