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Hop on and off Edinburgh Bus Tours to really make the most of your visit to Edinburgh. 24 hour tickets allow you to jump off the bus to explore the attractions or places of interest pointed out to you then hop back on a later tour. A selection of...more
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Was only in the city for a few hours, so took the sightseeing bus tour. The ticket sellers and the drivers were so helpful in getting us on to the right bus. We had arrived late in the day but with their help we got...More
We bought the Royal Edinburgh 48 hr ticket to cover two days of sightseeing in Edinburgh for the 31st August and 1st September 2018 at the Waverley ticket sales point. It allowed us to use the three main sightseeing Hop On Hop Off buses and...More
A great way to see Edinburgh on your own schedule! The guides were full of fascinating tales about the history of Edinburgh. I took the Royal Edinburg Ticket tour because of the Fast Track Entry into Hollyroodhouse, Edinburgh Castle and The Royal Yacht Britannia, three...More
Wow. We used the Green bus. The staff are wonderful and they did a great job. Mark (tour guide), Kenny (driver), Graham (tour guide) and Gordon (ticket seller) where friendly, funny and helpful. They really made a great impression on my family and me. Will...More
If uve never been to edinburgh before this is the best way to find your bearings great commentary from the guide on board full of usefull information and u can hop on and off for 24 hours great value for money a must when u...More
Have used Hop on Hop off several times in the past in different cities and have always enjoyed they’re tours. We only had a day in Edinburgh and figured his was the best way to see the city and get a little background from the...More
I drove all over UK, before coming to Edinburgh. We were flying to Dublin the next day, and I really didn't want to experience driving and parking here. So, we boarded the Hop-On Hop-Off bus at the Ocean Terminal in Leith (across the street from...More
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We prepaid our HOHO ticket on Viator and it gave us a two day window to use the HOHO and the castle fast-pass once we redeemed our voucher, in our case - the bus driver took care of this swift transaction and we never had to... More
We prepaid our HOHO ticket on Viator and it gave us a two day window to use the HOHO and the castle fast-pass once we redeemed our voucher, in our case - the bus driver took care of this swift transaction and we never had to worry about the next bus...I can't recall, but I believe they gave us a card to show when we boarded the next desired bus route. We paid a small entry fee to Holyrood Place upon arrival - you pay on the day you visit. Not related to the HOHO/Castle tickets. Same for the Royal Yacht. In every other port I formed small group tours with others on our Cruise Critic board. Not necessary in Edinburgh...look online to map out your desired itinerary using the HOHO map/schedule. Go to the castle when the doors open!!! I'm one who likes to be organized and the HOHO proved to be a perfect fit for our needs. We were out of the castle before the mad rush hit. We were in Edinburgh for one day so we had to make the most of our day. We packed a PB&J sandwich so we couldn't waste time waiting in restaurants - food was not a priority. Yes, I was shocked with how well the HOHO option worked for us. A first - I've always avoided in the past after seeing the long lines in Barcelona, along with crowded buses...not an issue in Edinburgh.