Long renowned as the birthplace of literary heroes and authors such as Arthur Conan Doyle and Muriel Spark, Edinburgh is one of 13 sites in Scotland recognised by Unesco as a place of international importance.
Now the city, along with the nearby Forth Bridge connecting it to Fife, will become part of the world’s first ever Unesco trail.
Designed to help transform Scotland into a world-leading responsible tourism destination, the digital trail connects together for the first time all of Scotland’s Unesco world heritage sites, biospheres, geoparks and cities of culture.
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