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Rabbie’s Trail Burners launch a new tour and a convertible coach

RabbiesBusCafeI’ve long said locals should take a tour bus around their city now and again to appreciate what they have, and now there’s a brand new Edinburgh City Tour to try.

Rabbie’s Trail Burners have been running small tour groups since 1993 and are famed for delivering small (max 16 people), personal tours around the UK.

Today they launched a brand new Edinburgh City Tour highlighting the sights and attractions of their home town. The 85 minute trip departs hourly from Waverley Bridge between 9am and 7pm, and costs £20 for adult, £10 for a child.

So whether a local or a visitor, take a tour around Edinburgh and take in all that makes the city great!

My sketch above shows Rabbie’s new convertible bus in front of their cafe on Waterloo place, which was where I drew this weeks WhereArtI quiz from. See that sketch HERE.

Today’s sketch is drawn in black ink with a watercolour wash.


Edinburgh City Tour on Rabbie’s website