We recommend you go to the capital in late August, early September as they can enjoy the International Theatre Festival, considered one of the best in the world. The magic is palpable and the Royal Mile is full of street performances, improvisations, street-style operettas, everything is possible at this time and the certainty of knowing that whenever either side of the street has a bar where taken a pint to cool the throat. The bars also have a story, so we can choose between the tavern where the Doctor Jekyll began to undergo its first transformation or the bar of the dog Bobby, a dog in the place famous for having ever gone to this establishment with the owner and continued the habit after his master died. The choice depends on which legend tells us more interested, beer, live music and whiskey in all of (the pubs close at 3 am) And for those who are more courageous and seek the strongest myths of Edinburgh there is a path buried city. In the seventeenth century the bubonic plague wiped out almost half the population, there was no wood for coffins and opted to erect walls of the alley from Mary King, one of the main focuses. With part of the city buried the Scottish capital began to rise from the ashes above where many others were abandoned to the disease. The traveler can explore this creepy for just under eleven euros (no student discounts) while the guide will tell stories and legend of an experience that leaves few indifferent (not suitable for claustrophobic or easily impressionable). Edinburgh is very difficult to separate fact from fiction, history and myth, what he saw and what he thought he saw is that when you enjoy this inspiring destination will understand why the author decided his best known character was dual. By: Almudena Sonia Corral, Andrea and Almudena are independent travelers, before working as writers for HostelBookers toured several continents to discover the wonders of their cities and towns. During his stay in Edinburgh found quality, affordable place to stay.