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The Beautiful Sights of Edinburgh that You Should not Miss
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Visiting Edinburgh takes you back to medieval times. It is the cultural centre of Scotland which has the most breathtaking locations you will ever see. With a history that has been preserved throughout time, you can visit different art galleries, museums and even castles. You can see buildings with beautiful and intricate designs that will surely impress anyone who sees them. If you are planning to go to Edinburgh, here are the places you must not miss:

Edinburgh Castle

Located on top of Castle Rock, it’s iconic, and the most favourite tourist attraction in Scotland. If you are inside, you can have a great view of Edinburgh including the Half Moon Battery, St. Margaret’s Chapel as well as a view of the National War Memorial. Here you can also find the amazing Grand Hall and the Crown Jewels of Scotland.

The Royal Mile

This road is the link between Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyrood House. It is lined with beautiful historic landmarks and townhouses. You can find museums, inns, cafes and restaurants here as well. The famous Castle Hill can also be found here.

Holyrood House

This is the Queen’s official residence in Edinburgh. It has been the focus of Scottish history several times. This is where Charles I and James V were crowned, James II and James IV got married, and in 1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie hosted his court. Every year, around June, the Queen goes here and participates in the city’s official engagements.

St. Giles Cathedral

It was consecrated in 1243 and is Edinburgh’s main church. The church is also a favourite background for photos because of its 161-foot central tower and impressive design. It is also known for its seals of the Knights of the Thistle, heraldic emblems and remarkable oak carvings.

Holyrood Park

This is where you can find Arthur’s Seat; at 820 feet, it’s the highest point in the park. You can view the whole of Edinburgh from here. There is also an easier climb – the Salisbury Crags, which is a series of cliffs which is adjacent to Arthur’s Seat.

National Museum of Scotland

Attracting two million visitors per year, the Museum has become one of the most popular destinations in Edinburgh. You can find a vast selection of historical gems here including medieval artifacts, archeological collections and displays on technology, art, geology and science. There are 16 galleries you can visit inside the museum.

National Library of Scotland

If you are fond of books, you cannot miss this tourist spot. It is one of the biggest libraries in Britain. It houses a copy of every book that was published in the UK. Visitors can obtain library cards to review materials in the private reading rooms.

These are just a few of the sights you can see when you visit Edinburgh. If you are worried about where to stay, there are several luxury apartments in Edinburgh to choose from. Do not miss a chance to visit this beautiful city which is worthy to be included in your bucket list.

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