Sat on Carlton Hill, surveying the Georgian terraces and distant Firth of Forth, it is easy to fall in love with Edinburgh. Though a small city, it has a bewildering variety of space and place.
Edinburgh and Glasgow are the two great Scottish cities, one east, one west. But which is the place for you? We compare both locations - read on to find out which comes out on top!
Edinburgh, like San Francisco, Amsterdam and Barcelona, is one of those cities that you always feel you should walk, or at least cycle, around. For smallish cities, public transportation throws up an unusual question: do we really need it? And if so, what kind? The answer is often the same - trams.
Edinburgh is well-known for having one of the most stable and reliable property markets in the UK. House prices have not experienced the same wild fluctuations that other British cities have seen over the last 20 or 30 years.
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