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Finding your way around the main parts of Edinburgh is a relatively easy task, as when it was designed it was done so with a grid system. So if you get lost just take three right turns and you'll end up back where you were.

By Bus - The best way to travel around the city is by bus. The buses in the city are operated by Lothian Regional Transport and are available to get you almost anywhere you need to be in the city. You should never have to pay more than 1 to get you to your destination. Please note that the buses run on an exact change system, so you should try and have the appropriate amount of money necessary for your trip. Ridacards are also available for unlimited rides within a given time period and are available from numerous agencies throughout the city.

By Train - Though train services in Edinburgh do not make many local stops, they can take you to outlying areas which you may be interested in seeing. There is also a commuter service which runs from Haymarket station to Glasgow.

By Taxi - Probably the easiest, but also the most expensive, way to travel around Edinburgh is by taxi. The taxi's look like the familiar London black cabs and can simply be flagged down in the street(provided their for hire sign is lit).

Walking - Though you may not walk great distances, getting around the main part of the city is fairly easy on foot, and you will also notice a lot more than you normally would when travelling in a vehicle.

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