Edinburgh is a beautiful city to walk around.
There are many interesting buildings, streets, shops and green spaces to investigate on foot.
Walking is a cost effective, healthy and enjoyable way to get around Edinburgh.
The city has a number of traffic free green spaces such as Princes Street Gardens, The Meadows, Holyrood Park, and Calton Hill. Edinburgh even has its own mini-mountain in Holyrood Park - the famous Arthur's Seat.
Historic Scotland have produced this leaflet describing walks around Holyrood Park.
The Pentland Hills Regional Park is located to the south of Edinburgh. Information on the activities you can do in the Pentland Hills Regional Park are available on the Pentland Hills Regional Park website.
To plan your journey on foot, all you need to do is type in your origin and destination into the walkit.com journey planner.
Walkit.com will generate a route map for you between two points, as well as providing you with an estimated journey time, the approximate number of calories you will burn, a step count and also your carbon saving.
This article was published on Jun 6, 2011