Edinburgh City Centre Party Places Guide

If you are travelling to Edinburgh and want to find some of the best places to party then check out the PartyOnCam Edinburgh City Centre Party Places maps and views. Find some of the best Edinburgh City Centre maps and locations for partying hard in the famous Scottish Capital.

Whether it’s a stag/hen party, group trip or couples weekend away, Edinburgh has something for everyone and never disappoints when it comes to a night out. Check out some of the best Party Places with the PartyOnCam Edinburgh City Centre Maps and Street Views.

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George Street in Edinburgh City Centre is located 2 minutes from Princes Street, 5 minute walk from Edinburgh Waverley Train Station and 5 minutes away from the bus station. George Street plays host to some of the top bars, clubs and restaurants in Edinburgh including Jamie Olivers Italian restaurant, The Dome, The Hard Rock Cafe and Tigerlily. As well as fancy cocktail bars and restaurants, George Street has 2 Wetherspoon pubs – The Standing Order and the Alexandre Graham Bell – the perfect place for cheaper booze and pub grub. George Street also boasts to have some of the best night clubs in the city with Lulu Bar & Nightclub, Shanghai, Opal Lounge and Why Not Nightclub. During the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Christmas period, these clubs are known to stay open until 5am.

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Rose Street in Edinburgh runs parallel to George Street and is known as the “Amber Mile”. This name is given to the famous street because of the 17 pubs and bars dotted along this famous street. From traditional working man pubs to karaoke bars, Rose Street has something for everyone. Sample local beers in traditional Edinburgh pubs surrounded by locals and tourists. The Abbotsford, Dirty Dicks, The Kenilworth and Rose Street Brewery are just a few of the popular pubs on offer. Rose Street has become a popular destination for people who want to take on the “Rose Street Challenge”. Participants must travel 1 end of the street to the other, having a drink in every bar and pub on the way. As well as having plenty of popular bars, pubs and restaurants, Rose Street is also extremely popular for shoppers and offers a wide variety of retail shops for those who maybe aren’t so keen on the local ale.

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Situated in Edinburghs “Old Town” the Grassmarket really does provide a great setting for enjoying some casual drinks in the backdrop of the famous Edinburgh Castle. The Grassmarket in Edinburgh has a perfect mix of small restaurants, pubs and bars that offer live entertainment throughout the year. Only a 2 minute walk from The Royal Mile and located below Edinburgh Castle, the Grassmarket is always busy with tourists and sightseers form all over the world. Hotels and hostels are also dotted around the Grassmarket and during the Edinburgh Festival period there really is a great buz and atmosphere around this part of the city. Biddy Mulligans, Beehive Inn and The Fiddlers Arms are just a few popular pubs in the area.

Edinburgh City Centre has plenty to offer for everyone and is always a very busy place from Monday nights through to Sunday nights. Live music and entertainment, karaoke, nightclubs, bars and pubs to suite everyones needs, Edinburgh City Centre really is a great place to visit.

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