Holiday Inn Edinburgh,132 Corstorphine Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 6UA
EDINBURGH is the capital of Scotland and is also known as the hilly capital for the seven hills in its lap which gives rise to allusions to the seven hills of Rome. Its modern city has grown around these seven hills, namely, Calton Hill, Corstorphine Hill, Craiglockhart Hill, Braid Hill, Blackford Hill, Arthur's Seat, and the Castle Rock.
The city is nicknamed as Auld Reekie, for the views from the country of the smoke-covered Old Town. It is also known as the Athens of the North for a variety of reasons including its topography, geography, and architecture.
Being a city with an early history ranging back from 8500BC it has become a home for many examples of early architecture and culture. One can enjoy its world heritage sites such as the Palace of Holyroodhouse and the Old and New Towns.
The city is also known for its strongest economy in the United Kingdom which arises from its financial services, scientific research, higher education, and tourism.
Edinburgh supports many theatre and production companies and is famous for its rich taste in music. The well-known theatres of the city accounts for The Royal Lyceum Theatre, King's Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Edinburgh Playhouse, The Usher Hall, The Hub, the Assembly Rooms and the Queen's Hall which entertains its viewers with the best theatre programs and music shows.
Edinburgh maintains its position as an attraction for scholars with its magnificent and hug museums and libraries which include National Museum of Scotland, the National Library of Scotland, National War Museum, the Museum of Edinburgh, Surgeons' Hall Museum, the Writers' Museum, the Museum of Childhood and Our Dynamic Earth.
The main hospital of Edinburgh, Western General Hospital which serves a major specialty in the field of cancer is why it remains the most appropriate place to conduct our conference in the heart of the city.