Edinburgh, or ‘Auld Reekie, as it is affectionately known, is the truly stunning capital of Scotland full day tours takes in some of its iconic places, including Victoria Street, Grassmarket, Calton Hill, the Royal Mile, Greyfriars Bobby and Edinburgh Castle. Always supremely popular as a tourism hotpots it is bursting with photogenic locations. It’s incredibly easy to sneak off the beaten track though and its legendarily spooky back alleys hold all sorts of opportunities for your camera. The perfect contrast to Edinburgh tours, this one’s always popular. Edinburgh Photo Tours Duration: 6 hrs approx Price: £79 per person You can purchase this tour via the PayPal link below but please contact me beforehand to discuss your individual requirements. Browse full day guided Edinburgh Tours of its iconic places including Victoria Street, Grassmarket, Calton Hill, Royal Mile and Edinburgh Castle.
A small country which has given the world so much. A human history dating back some 15.000 years; some of the greatest thinkers and inventors ever to walk the earth; and some of the most breathtaking scenery anywhere in the world! Edinburgh Photo Walk Tour offer a wide range of Tours, Workshops and Courses for those who wish to capture a flavour of Edinburgh’s breathtaking landscapes and learn a little of its turbulent history. Run by local photographer Rory McClvr, our tours are all about sharing our passion for our beautiful country and helping our clients get the most from each of our wonderful regions. They’re offer a range of Guided Tours in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Falkirk, Scottish Highlands and Islands. Edinburgh tours are flexible to accommodate photographers of all abilities. They deliver fantastic locations – both iconic and hidden – which will thrill the experienced photographer and beginner alike. For those less experienced, offering guidance, advice and support to help you to get the very best from the early days with your camera. Whatever your knowledge, whatever your camera, contact Edinburgh Photo Walk Tour to discuss your requirements. Gift vouchers are also available – the perfect present for the photography […]
Located in the south-east of Edinburgh, Arthur’s Seat has been a favourite hike for many tourists and locals equally, in most types of weather. The extinct volcano, located in the bottom of the Royal Mile, is difficult to overlook and offers impressive panoramic viewpoints of the town. But outside of that, the rock has highlighted prominently at the civilization of that which creates the funding weird and beautiful and comes with a bunch of its very own fascinating facts. 1. Mini coffins were found in the steep rock face In Edinburgh’s Arthur seat had been one of the strangest moment in History, at 1836 seventeen miniature coffins have been recovered from the cliff side. All of them had different outfits and so were buried in 3 layers; the first two with eight coffins as well as the third having one. Charles Fort maintained in his “Novel of the Dammed” the coffins had been buried at separate times. “In the very First-tier the coffins were quite decayed, and that the wrappings had mouldered away. In the next grade, the effects of the era hadn’t progressed thus significantly. The very best coffin was recent” The Main Reason behind the coffins being there […]
Planning a successful event is no walk in the park. You need to cover lots of details when it comes to events, and where event marketing is a concern, the best way to do that is to be over-prepared. That said, it is easy to make mistakes when planning or hosting an event. Here are the ones to look out for: 1. GOING IN BLIND Set proper expectations for the event, including staff training, marketing collaterals, and doing your research on the exhibitors prior to arriving. Details matter. Events are a big investment, so make sure that everyone is on top of their game and you know all of the detail prior to the actual event. Have a contingency backup plan decide who can make what kinds of decisions on the fly and make sure everyone knows the backup plan as well. 2. NOT KNOWING HOW MUCH STAFF YOU NEED Ever attended a trade show where you feel like the staff outnumbers the attendees? Nothing looks worse than having booth staff standing around and doing nothing. Not only does it decrease your productivity, it also cuts down on the amount of real estate you have to hold a conversation with […]
If you’re in the market for a custom mobile event app, be sure to take into consideration how much of a difference the value-added features would make in terms of engagement, ease of use, attendee adoption rate on launch day, your development budget and so on. Along the way, you’re bound to come across some rumours about mobile event app, and here – we sieve out the facts from the fiction. 1. EVENT APPS ARE EXPENSIVE. Edinburgh Event App can be prohibitively expensive. Not really. You get what you pay for. Talk to us today and you will be surprised at how affordable this can be. 2. THEY REQUIRE A LONG DEVELOPMENT LEAD TIME AND CAN’T BE UPDATED EASILY. Edinburgh Mobile Event App is evolving and allow for event professionals to easily build events and update their content on the fly. Instead of the usual 6 to 12-week process, you will be able to have your event app up and running in 10 days or less. 3. THEY NEED WI-FI TO WORK. Some apps only work online. For others, it doesn’t matter whether you’re online, offline or just in the middle of nowhere. This means that event information can be […]
Imagine attending a conference with its own mobile event app. A portable help to attendees taking on the tasks of asking questions, updating event feed, participating in polls and tons more of useful features that would have been great had it not encountered a sad case of (you guessed it!) – failure to launch. Failure to launch? Possibly every event marketers worst nightmare – banish that thought and read on now! The biggest obstacle was poor app promotion. The attendees didn’t know the app existed or how to download it which led to frantic organisers running around during the session attempting to load apps one attendee at a time. Total chaos. Then there was the weak Wi-Fi that gave up the ghost the second all the attendees jumped on it to download the app. So there we sat, phones in hand eager to get the app and… nothing. It didn’t help matters either that the poor speaker on stage became more and more flustered and, when the attendees weren’t receiving her poll questions, decided to give up on technology entirely and proceeded to shout her questions out to them. If the organisers had just taken a few things into consideration […]