salvalasilvia The Royal Mile is one of the most colourful streets of Edinburgh and throughout the years thanks to events, buskers, festival and the preservation of its historic buildings, it’s still a lovely place to visit and walk, for both locals and tourists.There are many things to see, Saint Giles, John Knox house, and of course Edinburgh’s Castle and the Royal palace of Holyrood, from which the street got its name. A mile, a royal mile, connecting the castle and the palace.If you have the time, enjoy (and finance) one of local buskers, great entertainment! And go whenever there’s a market/fair, you’ll find something nice and unexpected to bring home from your trip.
Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Covering the northern third of the island of Great Britain, mainland Scotland has a 96-mile (154 km) border with England to the southeast and is otherwise surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, the North Sea to the northeast and the Irish Sea to the south. There are also more than 790 islands; principally in the archipelagos of the Hebrides and the Northern Isles. Most of the population, including the capital Edinburgh, is concentrated in the Central Belt – the plain between the Scottish Highlands and the Southern Uplands – in the Scottish Lowlands.
Scotland is divided into 32 administrative subdivisions or local authorities, known as council areas. Glasgow City is the largest council area in terms of population, with Highland being the largest in terms of area. Limited self-governing power, covering matters such as education, social services and roads and transportation, is devolved from the Scottish Government to each subdivision. Scotland is the second largest country in the United Kingdom, and accounted for 8.3% of the population in 2012.
Wonderful walk in the forest with stunning scenery and some nice art instalations. I would highly recommend a visit. Free to visit and a choice of stunning walks for all ability levels
Eilean Donan Castle in Scotland, this historic castle is absolutely gorgeous. Here you can take a great time enjoying the view and the quietness around the castle. The air and atmosphere also absolutely fantastic. I enjoyed my time here. Amazing. #wintergetaway
The day of the alchemist.
Take the Land Rover off-road vehicle to Laggan Forest, Scotland. Chris, the founder of Daffy's Gin, took me through time and space, hand-crafted gin (Gin) in a medieval way, dried dried fruit from all over the world, and a Chinese gourd retort that was introduced to Europe two thousand years ago. reaction. The wine that was invented by the Italians, after being introduced to the UK via the Netherlands, became the lover of the newcomers.
The low-lying craters accumulated in the jungle are covered with quiet yellowing leaves
The summer of England has slipped away in the early morning of September.
Clodden is also located 5 km outside Inverness. The site of the Battle of Crowden in 1746
the open plain was covered with yellow weeds
only a little purple vegetation has never been seen
locals told me that this is the pinnacle in this season Very common
barrened weeds and deadly purple pinnacles
black clouds that are pressed to the half of the sky plus the black umbrellas of past pedestrians look like the scythe of death
in the history of the long river in the same year Fierce war
The local group came out of Edinburgh to go around Glasgow to pick up another group
on the way to Glasgow on the way to the north
unexpectedly appeared a wonderful rainbow hanging on a hillside to another hill
This is the Scottish high zone My first beauty
Through the town of Den Barton to the first stop
Ahrhal South Rest Station on the town
advanced yellow maple leaf is full of early autumn Mistletoe
follow the direction of the seagull through the lake behind the lake
ducks and swans as if waves waved from the still lake
seems quiet has not been broken
Not every place has a unique view that is unforgettable, and Scotland is fortunate to be a place to be remembered and imagined. It can be used to describe Scotland. It is unique in the UK.
The natural scenery such as lakes, snow-capped mountains, grasslands, and oceans makes people feel immersed in the sky and the tragic and tragic, letting people fall for it.
Edinburgh-Glasgow-Lomemount-Scottish Highlands (pathway)-Glenco Grand Canyon (via)-Three Sisters (pathway)-Nors Lake source (Fort Augustus , Augustusburg) - Inverness
along the A82 of Scotland's most beautiful scenic road, we came to the long-awaited Scottish Highlands. Passing through the quiet and wide Glencoe Gorge, it was once the location of famous movies such as "Brave Heart". We are all on the road to the vastness and tragic of the Scottish Highlands. Because the weather is fine, even if it is taken from the car. The scenery that comes out is also very beautiful. The beauty of the Scottish Highlands is not at one of the attractions, but on the way.
Fort William, known as the gateway to the Scottish Highlands, is also the location of the famous film brave heart location. Now the castle has disappeared, leaving only a small town, beautiful architecture, strolling on the main street, a home Distinctive shops, churches, cobbled streets, a nostalgic breath.
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St. Andrews University, one of the four famous universities in the UK, has many noble children, and Prince William and Princess Kate have met and loved each other. The whole school is full of aristocratic atmosphere, and the buildings are more like castles.