Edinburgh FlatsWhether you’re looking to satisfy a serious shopping craving or simply pick up a few souvenirs, Edinburgh has some fantastic shopping spots. We’ve included some of our favourite, local secret streets, as well as well-known shopping hot spots. Princes Street If you’re looking for well-known brands, Princes Street is the best bet. Here, you’ll find household brands like Apple, H&M, New Look and Gap. As the main shopping street in Edinburgh, there’s also a Waterstones, Boots, and Sports Direct. With so much to offer, it’s the go-to for anyone wanting to restock their wardrobe with the latest threads. George Street Another popular choice, George Street also ranks as one of the best places to shop in Edinburgh. A short walk from Princes Street, George Street has lots of good places for lunch as well as shops like Fat Face, Lululemon and Rox. Royal Mile A trip to Edinburgh would be incomplete without a few take home souvenirs. Luckily, the Royal Mile is packed with lots of shops selling everything from tartans to whisky and everything in-between. Pick up a stuffed Highland Cow, Nessie or an ‘I Love Scotland’ t-shirt for your friends and family back home. As an added bonus, you can check out some of Edinburgh’s best sights as you make your way between souvenir shops. And, maybe even hear the atmospheric bagpipes in the air. Stockbridge Away from the main tourist district, you’ll find the idyllic neighbourhood of Stockbridge. Stockbridge is popular with locals as it’s the main street is packed with thrift stores selling designer clothes. Locals spend their weekends browsing the charity shops, snagging a good deal on new clothes or dining in the traditional pubs. There’s also a farmers market here on the weekends so you can pick up some local produce. Ocean Terminal If you’re looking for a more traditional shopping mall, head to Ocean Terminal. With three storeys of shops, you’ll find plenty to keep you occupied. Grab lunch in the food court, browse stores like H&M and Debenhams or turn it into a sightseeing adventure by stopping off at the Royal Yacht Britannia. Afterward, end your day with a movie at the Vue. Book with Edinburgh Flats Discover luxury holiday apartments at Edinburgh Flats -- your home away from home. We have gorgeous holiday rentals across the city and within a short walking distance to some of the best shopping areas. Book online or contact our dedicated property manager. Other Relevant Articles A Guide to Edinburgh’s Unique Restaurants & Bars After you’ve satisfied your shopping craving, dine at some of the best restaurants in Edinburgh with our handy guide. 5 Things to Do in Edinburgh for Free Save your cash for shopping with our guide on 5 things to do in Edinburgh for free. 5 Luxury Self-Catering Apartments in Edinburgh Explore our collection of luxury self-catering apartments in Edinburgh and find the perfect place to rest your head after a day of shopping.
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Best Shopping in Edinburgh

Friday, 30th August 2019

Whether you’re looking to satisfy a serious shopping craving or simply pick up a few souvenirs, Edinburgh has some fantastic shopping spots. We’ve included some of our favourite, local secret streets, as well as well-known shopping hot spots.

Princes Street

If you’re looking for well-known brands, Princes Street is the best bet. Here, you’ll find household brands like Apple, H&M, New Look and Gap. As the main shopping street in Edinburgh, there’s also a Waterstones, Boots, and Sports Direct. With so much to offer, it’s the go-to for anyone wanting to restock their wardrobe with the latest threads.

George Street

Another popular choice, George Street also ranks as one of the best places to shop in Edinburgh. A short walk from Princes Street, George Street has lots of good places for lunch as well as shops like Fat Face, Lululemon and Rox.

Royal Mile

A trip to Edinburgh would be incomplete without a few take home souvenirs. Luckily, the Royal Mile is packed with lots of shops selling everything from tartans to whisky and everything in-between. Pick up a stuffed Highland Cow, Nessie or an ‘I Love Scotland’ t-shirt for your friends and family back home.

 

As an added bonus, you can check out some of Edinburgh’s best sights as you make your way between souvenir shops. And, maybe even hear the atmospheric bagpipes in the air.

Stockbridge

Away from the main tourist district, you’ll find the idyllic neighbourhood of Stockbridge. Stockbridge is popular with locals as it’s the main street is packed with thrift stores selling designer clothes.

 

Locals spend their weekends browsing the charity shops, snagging a good deal on new clothes or dining in the traditional pubs. There’s also a farmers market here on the weekends so you can pick up some local produce.

Ocean Terminal

If you’re looking for a more traditional shopping mall, head to Ocean Terminal. With three storeys of shops, you’ll find plenty to keep you occupied.

 

Grab lunch in the food court, browse stores like H&M and Debenhams or turn it into a sightseeing adventure by stopping off at the Royal Yacht Britannia. Afterward, end your day with a movie at the Vue.

Book with Edinburgh Flats

Discover luxury holiday apartments at Edinburgh Flats -- your home away from home. We have gorgeous holiday rentals across the city and within a short walking distance to some of the best shopping areas. Book online or contact our dedicated property manager.

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A Guide to Edinburgh’s Unique Restaurants & Bars

 

After you’ve satisfied your shopping craving, dine at some of the best restaurants in Edinburgh with our handy guide. 

5 Things to Do in Edinburgh for Free

 

Save your cash for shopping with our guide on 5 things to do in Edinburgh for free.

5 Luxury Self-Catering Apartments in Edinburgh

 

Explore our collection of luxury self-catering apartments in Edinburgh and find the perfect place to rest your head after a day of shopping.

 

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