Edinburgh - Samba Walker was here:
Edinburgh city is one of the most haunted places on earth. Tourists who come to relive its spine-chilling past complete their experience at the most haunted pub in Scotland - The Banshee Labyrinth in the underground Edinburgh vaults. It’s one of the no. 1 haunted pubs in the Edinburgh underground, not only renowned for frequent hauntings but also for independent bands, whiskey & rum, and free cinema screenings of contemporary & horror classics. Their “Dine with the Dead” menu consists of items named after scary movies & fantasy-gone-wild like “Psycho” mushrooms, “The Exorcist” goat cheese or “The Headless Scotsman” haggis. Haunted weekends, and eerie weeknights in Old Town, are never the same twice in the Banshee Labyrinth chambers that haunt visitors till 3am.
Edinburgh, the Athens of the North, is a curious place: indulging itself in its gloomy past, the city can seem rather melancholic with its perpetual grey sky and frequent showers. Yet Edinburgh also has a very different side that lets people discover the fire in their hearts. Such a place is La Tasca – the award-winning Spanish restaurant in Scotland’s capital. Situated in the city centre close to Edinburgh castle, tourist attractions are a walking distance away. What could be better than warming up in La Tasca after a shopping spree with sexy music, delicious sangria and exquisite tapas? Apart from pampering its visitors with great food, the restaurant also offers weekly Latin dance nights in its Mediterranean interior. A perfect place for romancing!