Inlingua Edinburgh is on Google street view! Take a look inside our classrooms, reception and our student lounge (maybe you will recognise some of our team). All pictures are taken at 360 degrees, allowing you to take a virtual tour of our office. To see it, you can simply Google “inlingua Edinburgh” or see the Street View directly on our website!
The Botanic Lights is a special show that highlights the Royal Botanic Garden of Edinburgh. It’s a kind of journey where the spectators will see the different the plants from all over the world. The aim of the botanic lights is “to explore, conserve and explain the world of plants for a better future”.
Here are some videos from last year’s event:
Date: Thursday 13 October until Sunday 06 November
Time: check Box office for specific session times
Price: £15.00 for an adult
Place: Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, West Gate of the Garden on Arboretum Place
The Scottish International Storytelling Festival is a festival for performances, workshops, talks and children’s events. Guests from all over the world are also invited for this great 10 days’ festival that takes place once a year in Edinburgh.
It’s the perfect chance to practise your English and learn about Scottish storytelling traditions. Here are some videos from previous years to give you an idea of what it’s like:
Date: Friday 21st – Monday 31st October 2016
Price: Mainly free but some performances are charged
The Scottish Vegan Festival is a series of festivals which take place around Scotland. The first event will take place in Edinburgh, on 1st October at the Corn Exchange, around a 20-minute bus journey from the city centre. There will be stalls with hot and cold food as well as bars and talks throughout the day. For more ideas on where to find vegan food in Edinburgh, check out this post!
The Oktoberfest is originally a German festival that comes from the city of Munich. It was created in 1810 to honour the wedding of King Ludwig I and PrincessTherese of Saxe-Hildburghausen Edinburgh decided then to organise a similar party, (because Scottish people also like to drink beer!). For one week in October, Princes street gardens will look like the Oktoberfest in Munich, with Schlager music, Lederhosen und Dirndl and, of course, lots of beer!
Here is a clip of Oktoberfest in Edinburgh last year:
And the Real Oktoberfest in Muenchen, Bayern:
Date: October, 5th to 9th 2016
Time: Wednesday to Friday, 16:00-23:00, Saturday, 11:30-23:30, Sunday, 12:30-19:30
Price: There is free admission Wednesday. Thursday and Sunday there will be a £5 entrance fee and on Friday and Saturday a £10 entrance fee