Every day in Scotland feels straight out of a fairytale! Head to Edinburgh to make your princess dreams come true. It's the perfect place to visit in January!
Edinburgh's Old Town obviously can't see the sea but always sees the seagulls from the port leap between the tall ancient towers
They don't care at all about the narrow lanes
long-distance calls of the streets. Wake up the whole city in the mist
Who said it was a palace city but in fact the castle built on the mountain is like a small town
but the effect of the fog seems to feel completely out of the Inside the castle
Edinburgh Castle stands tall on the top of a black extinct volcanic rock on the west side of Princes Street. Overlooking the city of Edinburgh
These black cliffs are the reason for the existence of Edinburgh, which plays a role in Scottish history. Key role.
The castle is both a royal palace and an important military fortress. Attractions within the
castle include: St Margaret's Chapel, the Royal Palace and the National War Museum of Scotland.
The Military Tattoo is held here in August every year, and the majestic atmosphere of Edinburgh Castle is revealed.
Those who travel to Edinburgh will not miss Edinburgh Castle, which is visible in every corner of the city centre. Edinburgh Castle became a royal fortress in the 6th century, and Edinburgh Castle has since become an important royal residence and national administrative center.
Edinburgh Castle is a symbol of Edinburgh and even the spirit of Scotland. It stands on the top of an extinct volcanic rock, with a slope and three cliffs. As long as you hold the castle gate on the slope, the city is a solid military fortress. It is a high-rise overlooking downtown Edinburgh. This literary Scottish capital has a panoramic view of many magnificent buildings, including ancient churches and Victorian architectural masterpieces, blending classic and modern.
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Those who travel to Edinburgh will not miss Edinburgh Castle because it is located on top of the granite of the extinct volcano and can be seen in every corner of the city centre. The charm of Edinburgh Castle lies in its ancient history. It was once a Scottish royal fort and an important military fortress, a spiritual symbol of Scotland. It became a royal bastion in the 6th century. In 1093, Queen Margaret died. The castle has since become an important royal residence and national administrative center. It has been one of the most important royal castles in Britain since the Middle Ages. At the beginning of the century, the Holyrood Palace was completed, replacing Edinburgh Castle as the main residence of the royal family.
Edinburgh Castle stands tall at the center of the city atop an extinct volcano. The castle on top of the cliffs is imposingly magnificent. A witness to Scotland's long history, it has served as a royal residence, a military fortress and even a prison. In later eras, the king began to renovate the castle into a residential palace. Currently, the oldest extant part of the building is a small chapel which was built in the 11th century. It can be said that Edinburgh Castle is at the core of Scottish national history. On display in the castle you can see the Scottish crown jewels and the famous Stone of Destiny. Historically, Scottish royalty sat on it during their coronation ceremony.
The property has audio tours in foreign languages that can be rented, at the ticket office when you enter the castle.