There are so many lovely places to visit in Edinburgh with a lot of interesting facts that you’ll be able to find out. Edinburgh old town is the name given to the oldest part of Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh. It’s a bustling area filled of gorgeous old buildings and narrow alleys. Edinburgh old town is where you will find some of the town’s oldest attractions, as well as a wide variety of shops, bars, cafes, restaurants and nightlife to make visitors stays in Edinburgh that extra bit spontaneous.
You can walk anywhere in the Old Town and you’ll be welcomed by the fantastic scenery that Edinburgh has to offer. There are so many great things for everyone to enjoy in the old town. Visitors pack the Old Town to come and see the bustling area of centuries-old buildings and narrow alleys. At its heart, perched on an extinct volcano, Edinburgh Castle is home to Scotland’s crown jewels. The Royal Mile, a steep street lined with traditional pubs, casual eateries, souvenir shops and small museums, runs from the castle to the Scottish Parliament and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s Scottish residence.
You can take a trip to Edinburgh’s most visited tourist attractions in Scotland, Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh castle is a historic fortress which dominates the city of Edinburgh, The castle towers over the rest of the large city with its prominence and history. Edinburgh Castle is perfect for family days out. The castle is one of the greatest fortresses ever built and spans back to the 13th century ,visitors tour the castle to see its fascinating sites.
The Castle is not only the feature of the city’s skyline, it’s also the castle which gives the city its name. The castle is popular for its many great stories, unusual facts, fictions, misconceptions and myths. You can also take a visit to the royal mile, The Royal Mile is one of the most historic points of Edinburgh. Taking a visit to the royal mile is where you will be able to discover the museums, restaurants, shops and enjoy breathtaking views across the city to the Firth of Forth.
In a Motorhome or Campervan you’re able to drive where you need to go and you’re able to sleep where you choose! But you can always book onto Camping Park’s. You can drive to nearby attractions in your motorhome/campervan!
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