One of the many great things about Edinburgh is that there are different types of architectures and structures from the Middle Ages all the way to the present time and many futuristic designs as well. This means that while walking around Edinburgh the streets always feel and look different.
On a quiet Tuesday we decided to walk around Edinburgh and take some pictures for the blog. We started off in Dean Village, a small neighbourhood behind the west end that looks like something straight out of Harry Potter. There isn't much to do here in the way of shopping or cafés but it is extremely nice to walk through, and then join the water of Leith walkway through to Stockbridge.
Walking along the water of Leith you look up to beautiful cathedrals and walk under majestic aqueducts and bridges.
You can also download free audio guide for the water of Leith and learn about different areas as you walk along. (available here : http://www.waterofleith.org.uk/audio-trail/ ).
St Bernards well just before exiting the walkway into Stockbridge, where there is the old Stockbridge farmers market every Sunday, but also many café's and restaurants to choose from as well as a fair share of small boutiques and vintage clothing stores.