Prince Street Gardens are picturesque, with the monument of Scottish famous writer Scott standing. On another green space in the garden stands the largest and most unique Scottish flower clock in the world. During the festival, the Princes Street Gardens are in full bloom and are very beautiful, and from time to time, artists in traditional Scottish dresses play bagpipes in the Prince Street Park.
Prince Street divides Edinburgh into two cities, a long hill in the middle, with distinct natural barriers.
Princes Street divides Edinburgh into two old and new cities, the north of which is the new city and the south of which is the old city. New, there is a long hill between the old and the new, with a clear natural barrier, a mile in length, and a lot of gorgeous modern shops congregating near the horse, quaint and elegant
The straight avenue and the street after the drizzle seem to be spotless, and the road is slightly glowing with the afterglow of the setting sun. It is always surprising that a place with few people is always so empty and quiet, which is too different from the country.
Very beautiful street, with shops on one side and historic buildings and castle on the rock on the other side.
small but nice street
There is a long hill between the old and new cities, with clear natural barriers. Prince Street is known as the "Best View Road in the World." It is only a mile long, and a lot of gorgeous modern shops gather along the road. The south side is a green green space, and the east end is Prince Street Garden.
Preston_Dominguez: 53 Princes Street, Edinburgh EH2 2DG, Scotland
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Edinburgh Castle,Royal Mile,Calton Hill,Princes Street,National Museum of Scotland