We did a walking tour on our own. Loved the Royal Mile. Had an excellent cab driver.
Visited: Jul 01, 2017
Newhaven is an increasingly popular arrival point for cruise ships visiting Edinburgh. Although there is a tender journey, access to the city centre is easy. See CruiseForth.com for more information.
Visited: Sep 03, 2018
The Falkirk Wheel was a highlight. I wish this were an overnight port because there was a lot more to see in Edinburgh.
Visited: May 04, 2018
Really enjoyed this port. Having Scottish ancestors made this stop in Scotland a great port. The tour to St Andrews was spectacular.
Visited: Jun 27, 2017
Yes. Edinburgh On Your Own.
Visited: May 11, 2019
Enjoyed seeing Scotland. We took an excursion which led us to Edinburgh castle. Again, had little time to explore and it was crowded with other visitors. After tour we took public transportation bus to Royal Mile directly from the port for a minimal fee.
Visited: May 24, 2019
Yes, we did Edinburgh On Your Own. We were able to visit Edinburgh Castle, grab lunch and then do some shopping.
Visited: Sep 15, 2019
To be docked at Newhaven Harbour is very inconvenient. It was almost 40 minutes each way on the tender. Due to the Tattoo and the Edinburgh Festival, it was impossible to get a taxi into the center. After waiting for an hour for a taxi, and not a single one arrive we took the bus 10 that was inexpensive, and it went right into the center. We bought an all day pass and that proved to be worth every cent.
Visited: Aug 11, 2017
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