Literary Destination: The Edinburgh Writer’s Museum

Written by Stéphanie de Geus.

Edinburgh at night steals your breath away. It's love at first sight. In one glance, the historic buildings transport you to another time. During the day the city is bursting with life and the stunning views make you never want to leave. Most of city's beauty is hidden in small spaces. Not only is it a gorgeous place to visit, but Edinburgh was also the home of the three greatest writers in Scottish history: Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, and Robert Louis Stevenson. Given their literary contributions, it’s no wonder that the three have an entire museum dedicat...

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