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Pride Edinburgh is Scotland’s biggest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) festival.
The traditional Pride March provides a platform for politicians, community activists, and most importantly individuals turn out to march through the streets of Edinburgh to celebrate Pride.
Events begin with the Annual Pride Scotia March which in previous years has seen as many as 10,000 people from across the LGBTQI join us to make a statement to the world. Events then begin in both Teviot House and Potterrow with a full programme of entertainment including or Community and health and wellbeing fair, family entertainment and ceilidh dancing.
There are also many other events planned during the day with a Youth Space, Trans space and community entertainments from Local Choirs.
The parade route takes place south along Horse Wynd from 12pm, Turning Right into Queens Drive, Then Right into Holyrood gait, Then Left in Holyrood Road, ahead directly into the Cowgate, Along the Cowgate, Turning left into Candlemaker row, Continuing ahead in Bristo Place.
Left into Potterrow. March Arrives in EUSA whilst vehicles continue to Charles Street entrance.
13:00 March Arrives at Teviot Row House and Potterrow Dome where pride day events commence.
Edinburgh has a vibrant gay scene “the Pink Triangle,” centered around the top of Leith walk, just off Princes Street,
Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action
Map of Edinburgh
Edinburgh has a vibrant gay scene “the Pink Triangle,” centered around the top of Leith walk, just off Princes Street, Edinburgh’s main thoroughfare. All the bars and clubs are in easy walking distance. The city has more in common with European cities than other cities in the UK so around the city is a cafe culture. Here you will find a gay-friendly relaxed atmosphere.
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Superb location, 1st floor apartment at the corner of cosmopolitan Broughton Street. Short walk from Princess Street, perfect base to explore city and most of Edinburgh’s tourist attractions, minutes from tram stop
Set in the very heart of Edinburgh New Town, one of the most preserved examples of urban planning, this apartment offers an unrivaled luxury finish complemented by an unmatched location.
This gem of a Georgian Building Apartment has just been fully renovated to the highest standards. Decorated and designed with attention to detail this flat is perfect for long and comfortable stays.
Edinburgh’s Pride Video