Superbreak Offer Customers The Chance To Enjoy Edinburgh For Less

    YORK, ENGLAND, December 25, 2008 /24-7PressRelease/ — Superbreak, the UK based market leader for short breaks, has revealed a new winter deal, offering people the chance to visit Edinburgh and enjoy a number of attractions at no cost.

Superbreak’s ‘Edinburgh for Less’ campaign offers free admission to one of the Scottish capital’s famous attractions to anyone booking a two night stay from a choice of ten hotels in Edinburgh[1].

Among the attractions that Superbreak customers visiting Edinburgh can enjoy for free is the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s official residence in Scotland. Successive kings and queens have made the Palace of Holyroodhouse the premier royal residence in Scotland and today, the Palace is the setting for State ceremonies and entertaining, while offering a fascinating glimpse into Scotland’s royal history.

In a similar vein, the Royal Yacht Britannia can also be visited at no cost to Superbreak guests. This magnificent ship has played host to some of the most famous people in the world and was home to Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family.

Those wishing to enjoy a Christmas theatre break[2] during their time in Edinburgh can enjoy “The Witches of Eastwick” at the Playhouse, starring former Wet Wet Wet star Marti Pellow. Set in the small town of Eastwick, this exciting musical boasts a fantastic score and wonderfully choreographed numbers and can be seen for free during the festive season by those who booked an Edinburgh short break[3] with Superbreak.

The Edinburgh Dungeon can also be visited for free by those booking with Superbreak. Live actors, shows, a spooky ride and interactive special effects help transport visitors back to some of the darkest moments in Scottish history in this unique experience.

Those wishing to compare Edinburgh’s Old Town to the elegant Georgian New Town can enjoy a free tour on one of Edinburgh’s sightseeing buses, which also allows guests to travel the length of the Royal Mile, from Edinburgh Castle to Holyroodhouse.

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