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Castle Rock
#19 of 218 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
There is an awe inspiring War Memorial, an ancient chapel, the old prison, War museum, great views … It was well worth the price and to get the most out of your visit I would recommend an audio tour, a warm day, c...
wow this natural wonder took my breath away such an outstanding view from Princes st one of my top 3 favourite iconic historical landmarks in Edinburgh.
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New Town
#26 of 218 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Most famous street is Princes Street, which also is main shopping street in the city and offers magnificent views to Old Town and especially Castle.
The New Town of Edinburgh is the central area of Edinburgh and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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St. Margaret's Chapel
#45 of 218 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
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Leith
#47 of 218 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Leith is a great spot for nightlife, food, sights and even a nature walk!
The police jail near the shore is a preserved site of note worth a look.The Town Hall with its mahogany furniture and paintings of worthies in office from years ago and its many famous Drinking Houses like the Kin...
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George IV Bridge
#59 of 218 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Plenty of sights to see, and tour guides that take you to rest of Scotland tourist destination.
Cannongate Tolbooth
#83 of 218 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Parliament House
#94 of 218 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Makes me wonder why the new ugly site of the Scottish parliament buildings near Holyrood palace were ever thought about!! Magnificent buildings and others too in Parliament Sq
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Magdalen Chapel
#102 of 218 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
The Magdalen Chapel was founded on its current site in about the year 1541.There are four stained-glass shields in the center window.
Highland Whisky Experience
#138 of 218 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh