Whether you’re an Outlander fan or just visiting, Edinburgh an Outlander Tour, is a self-guided tour of the Scottish capital takes you right back to the 18th century, revealing the stunning locations from the hit TV series. Visit Jamies print-shop, the brothel where he lives and the ballroom from the colonial party in Jamaica. Re-live scenes from Diana Gabaldons novels whilst learning about the real-life characters whose stories are more dramatic than fiction. Did you know that Geillis Duncan was really accused of witchcraft? That Edinburgh’s famous printer was a friend of Robert Burns, and Mrs Agnew-‘a drunken bundle of iniquity’- was one of the prostitutes who worked at Jamies brothel?
Visit the countryside of the Redcoat ambush, the stately home where Claire meets George Washington, and the country house that doubles as Lallybroch. Written by magazine journalist Ali Wood, Edinburgh an Outlander Tour paints a vivid and historical portrait of life in Jacobite Scotland and is a must-have companion for anyone visiting the city.
About the Author
Ali Wood is a British magazine journalist, specializing in travel and leisure. She lives in the rural county of Dorset the birthplace of Thomas Hardy with her husband and three young children. Shes traveled to over 35 countries, and her passion for set-jetting has taken her across Europe, covering everything from Game of Thrones to Wolf Hall and the Sound of Music. She has also worked as an editor and publisher of an entertainment magazine. Combining the two popular culture and travel is the concept behind her new series of TVTraveller guides. Ali’s work has appeared in a number of publications, including Radio Times, Voyage, BBC Countryfile, BBC Wildlife, Country Life, Voyage and easyJet. Shes also a Features Editor on a leading yachting magazine.