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Invisible is incredible - where do our Edinburgh tours take you?

Written on April 07, 2017

In the first of a series of new posts we’ll be highlighting some of the lovely landmarks, social enterprises and local businesses we pass by during our tours.

This week we’re featuring the wonderful Serenity Café!

Based close to The Scottish Parliament and Dynamic Earth, the Serenity Café is an amazing social enterprise run by people in recovery for people in recovery, and is the only organisation of it’s kind in Scotland.

They serve a fantastic range of food and refreshments including delicious cakes and coffees, but also run daily support activities for people in recovery; including yoga classes, craft sessions and AA meetings.

This lively community café is usually the last stop on the tour, so you can look forward to enjoying a cup of tea or coffee after a nice entertaining jaunt around the city. Even better, as a member of an Invisible (Edinburgh) tour you’ll enjoy a 20% discount on your bill!

The Serenity Café is run with the support of another local charity called ‘Comas’ (Gaelic for ‘ability') who also run the Story Café, based in the Scottish Storytelling Center on the Royal Mile.

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