Here's the quick guide to 24 hours in the Scottish capital
The city's best attractions are the ones you can visit for free, writes Charmaine Noronha.
Crime and corruption riddle the Cross, writes Carol Smith.
Elisabeth Easther travels back in time to a sleepy town at the end of the Waikato River.
Danielle Wright introduces her city kids to farm animals and the rural way of life in the Kaipara district.
Younger kids are bound to get a kick out of a rail ex+cursion, writes Alexia Santamaria.
Fraser Crichton joins a Project Tongariro field trip kayaking at Waimarino Wetland Reserve on Lake Taupo.
A walk through Manhattan's main thoroughfares during New York Fashion Week reveals some of the sartorial sides of the city.
Naples is not exactly one of Italy's model cities when compared with Venice, Milan or Rome, Andreas Heimann writes - but there's much to find in the shadow of Mt Vesuvius.
Bob Downing pays a visit to some of London's most famous tourist attractions.
This once war-torn city is back on the tourist trail, observes Stephan Scheuer.
Christopher Hirst discovers a strong appetite for street food as locals exercise their culinary creativity on Helsinki Restaurant Day.
Leggy blondes and glamorous brunettes - it was definitely the bus for the <i>Gossip Girl</i> tour.
Bronwyn Sell has a city break with her family and finds Australia's biggest city has plenty to keep kids happy.
Belgrade's two rivers offer sunny strolls and lively waterside activity, writes Mary Novakovich.
Megan Singleton feasts on Chinese delicacies and snaps up some bargains.
Overwhelmed by the contrast between LA's PR and its reality, Damien Grant was happy and relieved to see the green, green grass of home.
Will Hawkes spends 48 hours in the city of Mozart's birth and finds there's more to it than music and marzipan.
St Petersburg is full of treasure amassed by royalty, finds Susan Buckland.
Canada's largest city revels in summer with its lake breezes and beaches, says Susan Griffith.
There's more to do in Honolulu than lie on Waikiki beach. Frank Liew heads off the beaten track.
Simon Calder finds the hot spring city of Bath looking brighter than ever as it celebrates 25 years as a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Cate Foster follows Oakley Creek's winding paths.
Heading down south by motorhome to the Warbirds Over Wanaka airshow is a nostalgic, and pie-filled, journey for pilot Michael Walsh.
Chris Leadbeater suggests a two-day itinerary for the contiguous USA's most north-westerly city.
Daniel Richardson joins tourists in Las Vegas probing a grisly murder.
Anthony Lambert suggests a two-day itinerary for one of the world's most isolated cities.
Peter Calder succumbs to the magic of Istanbul's famous bath houses.
Nicholas Jones tries a different type of accommodation, testing his ability to cope with small spaces... and smelly feet.
The Turks are so fond of Kiwis they've named a street after us, finds Jim Eagles.
Restaurant reviewer Peter Calder discovers there’s a lot more to eat in Istanbul than doner kebab.
Andrew Austin finds fun, glamour and plain working folk in America's gambling capital.