By clicking, I agree to the terms

Cheap flights to Edinburgh

Age of children at time of trip

We will search for applicable airfare discounts. Must have 1 adult for each infant in lap

Best Anytime fares to Edinburgh

Cheap round-trip flights to Edinburgh

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Edinburgh Sun, 4 Jan - Fri, 9 Jan airline logo Ryanair £45
Manchester Edinburgh Wed, 14 Jan - Wed, 21 Jan airline logo Flybe £59
Cardiff Edinburgh Tue, 20 Jan - Thu, 22 Jan airline logo CityJet £105
Birmingham Edinburgh Tue, 6 Jan - Tue, 13 Jan airline logo Flybe £75
Barcelona Edinburgh Sun, 18 Jan - Sat, 24 Jan airline logo Air France £146
Amsterdam Edinburgh Tue, 20 Jan - Tue, 3 Feb airline logo easyJet £67
Zurich Edinburgh Sun, 4 Jan - Fri, 9 Jan airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £169
Athens Edinburgh Tue, 23 Dec - Thu, 1 Jan airline logo easyJet £237
Exeter Edinburgh Sun, 8 Feb - Mon, 9 Feb airline logo Flybe £89
Bristol Edinburgh Tue, 27 Jan - Fri, 30 Jan airline logo easyJet £69
Prague Edinburgh Mon, 2 Feb - Mon, 9 Feb airline logo easyJet £123
Geneva Edinburgh Fri, 30 Jan - Mon, 2 Feb airline logo easyJet £113
Back to menu Return to top

Best weekend fares to Edinburgh

Best weekend fares to Edinburgh

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Edinburgh Thu, 22 Jan - Sat, 24 Jan airline logo Ryanair £45
Manchester Edinburgh Fri, 30 Jan - Mon, 2 Feb airline logo Flybe £69
Cardiff Edinburgh Fri, 30 Jan - Mon, 2 Feb airline logo CityJet £90
Birmingham Edinburgh Thu, 5 Feb - Sat, 7 Feb airline logo Flybe £79
Barcelona Edinburgh Thu, 12 Feb - Mon, 16 Feb airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £159
Amsterdam Edinburgh Thu, 15 Jan - Mon, 19 Jan airline logo easyJet £95
Zurich Edinburgh Fri, 23 Jan - Sun, 25 Jan airline logo Air France £142
Athens Edinburgh Fri, 30 Jan - Mon, 2 Feb airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £170
Exeter Edinburgh Fri, 30 Jan - Sat, 31 Jan airline logo Flybe £94
Bristol Edinburgh Sat, 10 Jan - Sun, 11 Jan airline logo easyJet £67
Prague Edinburgh Fri, 6 Feb - Sun, 8 Feb airline logo Lufthansa £145
Geneva Edinburgh Fri, 30 Jan - Mon, 2 Feb airline logo easyJet £113
Back to menu Return to top

Key Travel Information for Edinburgh

Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, features historic locations and breath-taking scenery. Ebookers can help you arrange cheap flights to Edinburgh and create a memorable visit to this beautiful city.

Flights to Edinburgh

Flights into the Scottish capital arrive at Edinburgh International Airport. As the busiest airport in Scotland, it provides services to the United States and Europe throughout the year. Bus service can help travellers reach their hotel or business destinations, and trains operate 24 hours a day from nearby Waverly Station. Rental cars are available at local hotels or the airport itself, and you can book cheap rentals through our online booking tools. The ebookers tools can find bargains unavailable at walk-up rental counters. Large taxis, known as black cabs, typically pick up groups of five people at a time and deliver each to their destination in turn. Smaller, private taxis must be booked in advance through the local cab companies.

Lodging Options in the City

Hotels in the city range from smaller, budget locations to four-star resorts with all the amenities expected of the best luxury chains. Bargain apartment rentals can also be found during major holidays, when some local city-owned apartments open for hotel-style reservations. Many different hostels offer public sleeping space and accept reservations year-round. Hotels and hostels may also offer free airport shuttle service with proof of your tickets. Our ebookers online booking tools can help you find the best level of hotel or apartment reservations to suit the needs of you or your group.

Food Venues Throughout the City

The city of Edinburgh is a food-lover's paradise, and ebookers can help you sort through the variety of options. French and Italian bistros line many of the city's major thoroughfares and are found throughout the New Town and Old Town areas. Scottish restaurants offer authentic traditional cuisine ranging from haggis and stews to local alcoholic brews found only in the city and surrounding areas. English-style pubs can be found in many of the city's walking zones, where cars cannot easily travel or are outright prohibited.

Tours of Edinburgh

Tours of the Scottish capital typically focus on the history of the city or the Scottish people in general. Our ebookers travel centre can help you find the best available options for your group. Tours may include a combination of airfare, lodging and dining options along with the use of a guide or translation service as necessary. Many of the city's cramped streets, especially in the Old Town district, cannot be accessed via car, and local tour agencies regularly offer walking tours of these areas.

Points of Interest

The Old Town district showcases Edinburgh Castle, the Abbey, the Palace of Holyrood, St. Giles' Cathedral and many other historic buildings. A fascinating view of the city is available at the Camera Obscura in the same area, and buildings in this district range from 200 to 1,000 years in age. Edinburgh also features a world-class zoo, the Royal Botanic Garden and many different locations that are featured heavily in Hollywood films. Museums in the city include the Museum of Scotland and a number of art galleries that feature important pieces from throughout history. Our ebookers booking tools can help you create the perfect trip for business or pleasure by combining travel to these locations with cheap flights to Edinburgh.

  • Things to do in Edinburgh

    Edinburgh is widely known as host of The Fringe, the world's largest arts festival, but architecture is the Scottish capital’s real standout. For a crash course in local history as seen through the cityscape, start from its most famous landmark: ancient Edinburgh Castle, which casts an imperious gaze over the city and its position on the shores of the Firth of Forth. From the castle, descend the Mound and cross Princes Street into the New Town, a district mapped out in the late 1700s and modeled on classical Greek and Roman buildings. Closer to the castle and spilling off the Royal Mile is the medieval warren of alleyways that make up Edinburgh’s Old Town (also home to many great restaurants, clubs, and bars). So, while August brings 30,000 festival performances that are cool in their own right, the city's "edifice complex" ensures Edinburgh’s a class act throughout the year.