City Sightseeing Bus Edinburgh Hop On Hop Off Tour review
The City Sightseeing Bus tours in Edinburgh offer a number of different tours around the city and the local area. With 24 hours and 48-hour ticket options, there is something to suit all short breaks to Edinburgh. Tours include the Iconic, Essential, Value, Supreme and Ultimate with access to different routes and stops near all the major sites.
Their Iconic tour buses start on St Andrew’s Square and will take you on an adventurous journey all around the heart of Edinburgh. The tour will take in many great locations with access to 1 bus tour route and numerous stops. The tour features one of the best audio commentaries with 9 languages plus a fun ‘Horrible Histories’ commentary, especially for kids.
You can create your own itinerary and explore Edinburgh hopping on and off wherever you wish. Main stops include Lothian Road, Grass Market, the castle, Holyrood and more. These tours take place all year round, although they may vary over the Christmas period. Other tours may differ with routes and stops on offer.
Covid 19 – Please check the website or social media of an attraction before visiting. Many places may be open differently and some remain closed. Reviews do not mention all of these changes or possible price changes. Most places still require you to pre-book online in advance.
FAQ and Further Information City Sightseeing Bus Edinburgh Hop On Hop Off Tour
What are the main things to do?
City sightseeing tour bus for Edinburgh with commentary and numerous top sightseeing stops along the way.
What are the ticket prices?
*Mid-range to high-priced.
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range – Higher-priced. An adult 24-hour ticket costs £16, children age under 16 are free. Other pricing options are available including different tour combos and family tickets.
When are they open?
The hop on hop off buses run for most of the year. For up to date opening times and dates please visit their website.
All dogs are welcome on board our buses.
Are they accessible?