Favourite airline: flybe
flybe is the most popular airline for flights from London to Edinburgh.
flybe
21 %
easyJet
15 %
British Airways
14 %
Tip: book 3 months before departure
The best time to buy tickets is 3 months before the flight. Pay only £61.00.
99 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Monday
Flight prices fluctuate during the week. Flights are cheapest on   Monday by 31 %.
Direct flights are cheaper
On this route, direct flights are £15.00 cheaper than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 15min
07h 15min
17h 55min
£58
£73
£223
The favourite connection is non-stop
52 % of all bookings on the route London to Edinburgh are for non-stop flights.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
01h 15min, from £58
52 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
13h 25min, from £113
21 %
1 stopover Belfast City
04h 00min, from £93
10 %
Return from £58.00
The best return flight offer is currently available with a departure on 02/12/19 and a return on 14/12/19.

£58
Cheap
£58
Expensive
£159

Cultural Scottish capital

Edinburgh is a timeless city anchored in tradition and resolutely modern at the same time. Counting numerous admirable buildings and monuments, it also provides a thriving cultural offer and nightlife to visitors eager to enjoy all the wonders of the capital of Scotland.

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When to go and things to do

The climate in Edinburgh is the most pleasant from May to September, but it can still get windy and wet at any time during the year. When it comes to events, the Scottish capital is renowned all around the world for its fantastic festival season. Starting in early August and running through mid-September, it is the occasion to enjoy no less than 10 festivals, including the famous Edinburgh International Festival and Fringe Festival. Additionally, Hogmanay is the Scottish celebration for the New Year and an event not to be missed.

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Things to know before your trip

Visitors who plan on being in Edinburgh during festival season should book their accommodation as early as a year before travelling, since the city gets very crowded. Regarding the cost of living in Scotland's capital, it is lower than London but about average for the UK. For instance, you can enjoy a meal for about £10 and a beer for around £3.50.

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Edinburgh's public transportation and accommodation

Edinburgh Airport is located 10 miles from the centre of the city and several transport options are available. Visitors can take the tramway, which reaches central Edinburgh in 35 minutes and costs around £5 for a single or £8 for an open return ticket. Otherwise, the Airlink express travels to the city centre in 25 minutes and a single ticket is £4 or so (£7 for an open return ticket). The cheapest but slowest option is Lothian bus 35, which takes 1h 35 minutes but costs only approx. £1.50 for a single journey. Budget accommodation is available in Edinburgh with hostel rooms at about £10 per night per person. Double rooms in 3-star hotels start at around £100 during peak season. 

While Lothian buses are affordable, with single journeys with no transfer available costing about £1.50, the inner city is easy to walk around and most sights and touristic attractions are located in a small area that can be enjoyed on foot.

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