You’ve heard of food tours and beer tours, but what about a tour specifically dedicated to donuts? That’s what the new Underground Donut Tour in Edinburgh, Scotland, is offering. The Underground Donut Tour brand offers tours all around the world, but Edinburgh is a new addition to the lineup.
“Edinburgh is such a magical city with so much rich heritage and history. We immediately fell in love with the idea of opening a doughnut tour here and it’s been on our list for a long time. Finally, it’s happening,” said Jeff Woelker, founder, Underground Donut Tour.
The tour takes travelers to four donut shops in the city, and walks between the four offer plenty of opportunities for additional sightseeing, as travelers pass landmarks such as Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, Scott Monument and more.
Tours are available year-round and start at just more than $50 for adults.
No plans to head to Edinburgh in the near future but still love the idea of a walking tour based all around donuts? Check out one of Underground Donut Tour’s other tour locations, such as in Boston, Chicago, Dublin, Las Vegas, London, Philadelphia, Nashville, New Orleans, New York City, Miami, Toronto or Vancouver.
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