If White Russians are your thing, this is the place for you. Super-chill. Find out more here.
2. Dunbar’s Close Gardens.
Stretch your legs in this secret garden. Find out more here.
Snuggle up in this tea room, and take a look at the antiques shop after. You’ll need to book ahead, mind. Find out more here.
4. Camera Obscura and World of Illusions.
Beautiful views, and plenty of dorky photo opportunities in the World of Illusions. Find out more here.
5. The Stand.
Go to a free lunchtime show on a Sunday, and try their incredible nachos. Find out more here.
Eat in, or get a scoop and go for a walk. Flavours include Chai Tea. Yum yum yum. Find out more here.
7. Gorgie City Farm.
Pigs! Sheep! Rabbits! A Tortoise! So cute. Find out more here.
8. The Dominion Cinema.
A cinema with sofas for seats? Dreamy. Find out more here.
Craft beer? Check. No sport? Check. And they serve home-made pizzas. Find out more here.
10. The Brass Monkey.
Intimate, comfy - and very reasonably priced. Get there at 3pm for a free movie screening. Find out more here.
12. Royal Botanical Gardens.
If the weather holds out, take in the gardens - and the balmy palm house. Find out more here.
13. The Fruitmarket Gallery.
Compact and perfect for a culture pit-stop. Find out more here.
14. Panda and Sons.
You’ll have to find the hidden entrance for this speakeasy. All is not as it seems. Find out more here.
15. Lates at the National Museum of Scotland.
What could be more perfect than roaming the museum late at night? Find out more here.