Stockbridge Market Edinburgh

Originally a small outlying village, Stockbridge was incorporated into the City of Edinburgh in the 19th century. Located between the New Town and Comely Bank, its name is Scots stock brig, meaning a timber bridge. The current bridge was built in 1801 and goes over the Water of Leith. Famous by its architecture and its … Read moreStockbridge

Rose Street

Rose Street

Right in the New Town between George Street and Princes Street you will find this iconic pedestrianised street built in the 1770. Initially thought for housing, it periodically evolved into a dynamic street famous for its shops, pubs and restaurants. Many of Princes Street’s main shops have back entrances into Rose Street, including Jenners or … Read moreRose Street

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