Edinburgh Festival of Cycling: City and Portobello Guided Cycle Tour

Sample the rich diversity which Edinburgh has to offer and which is best experienced on a bike in this tour through the city and Portobello.

Edinburgh Festival of Cycling:  City and Portobello Guided Cycle Tour

About Edinburgh Festival of Cycling: City and Portobello Guided Cycle Tour

This City and Portobello guided cycle tour takes about 3 hours and is 18 km long. It lets you sample the rich diversity which Edinburgh has to offer and which is best experienced on a bike. Travel along picturesque cycle paths, passing a few of the iconic sites in the heart of the city along the way, with a royal palace, the verdant Holyrood Park and a coastal promenade of Portobello among the highlights.

There’s simply no better way to see the dramatic and contrasting cityscape of Edinburgh, capital of Scotland.

Not suitable for under 16s, child seats or tagalong bikes.
Tours start and finish at 12B Timberbush, Leith. We provide bikes, helmets, and a guide.

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Edinburgh Festival of Cycling: City and Portobello Guided Cycle Tour are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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