Edinburgh looks beautiful at any time of year, but it has a particular charm at the beginning of autumn. The days are crisp and sunny, leaves start to turn brilliant shades of red and orange, and evenings are just cool enough to warrant curling up beside a roaring fire. Our perfect autumn day in the city involves breathing in the fresh, bracing air, followed by warming up with the cosiest of comfort food menus.
There’s nothing better than the sound of live music reverberating through a dark and cavernous room, swaying along to old favourite songs with hundreds of other fans who have made the pilgrimage too. Just because the Fringe is over for another year, it doesn’t mean… Read more