Edinburgh is the most distinctive city in every city in Scotland. As Edinburgh is adjacent to England, and has a multicultural population and a flourishing tourism industry, the city has become different. The buildings built in Edinburgh since fifteenth Century are all kinds of clubs. There are many firebreathers outside the buildings in George era, which is the interlaced space between ancient and modern times.

There are many magnificent buildings in Edinburgh, including the ancient churches and the masterpieces of the architecture of the Vitoria era.

Can have these classic buildings in downtown of steep cliff castle. Just walk in the street, you will be out of the bunker on the battlements, freezing volcano and the beautiful mountains and the momentum of submission.

Every summer, the world’s largest art festival is held in Edinburgh, and the streets of the city will be bustling and bustling. Edinburgh also has a bad side, such as undesirable residential areas and infrequent weather. But you don’t give up looking for the beauty of Edinburgh. Edinburgh is like a hodgepodge, but it will take a number of drug addicts is far from the cultural personality of the representative of the. The traditional Scotland culture should make you feel warm from the heart.

Visitors to Edinburgh will not miss Edinburgh Castle, because it is on the granite top of the dead volcano and can be seen in every corner of the city center. Edinburgh Castle became the Royal fort in sixth Century 1093, Queen Margaret died in this place, Edinburgh Castle has since become an important royal residence and the state administrative center, extending to the middle ages has been one of Britain’s Royal Castle, until the beginning of the sixteenth Century Hollywood Luther palace was completed, replacing Edinburgh Castle became the royal family’s main residence, but Edinburgh Castle is still an important symbol Scotland.

The famous Mons Meg cannon in the castle was built in Belgium in 1449 and returned to Edinburgh in 1829 after more than 200 years of battles. The palace inside the castle has many Scotland treasures, such as the crown of Scotland, designed in 1540, and other cultural relics, such as the Imperial Staff and sword, are placed in the crown room. Edinburgh Castle is also the site of the National War Museum of Scotland and the Scotland United Army Museum.