Prince Street Garden is located between Edinburgh Castle and Prince Street, because of the low terrain, from this point of view, the castle is situated on the cliff, highlighting the magnificence of the castle. In the garden stands the world-renowned Scottish bell, which is full of green, quiet and leisurely. It contrasts with the towering old castles on both sides and the modern bustling Prince Street, but it is harmonious and unified.
Prince Street is a central street that divides the old and new urban areas. The north of the road is basically a shopping mall and a commercial center in Edinburgh. The south of the road is the famous garden of Prince Street. It is a good place for quiet in the downtown area of Edinburgh. Because of its sinking structure, the castle on the south bank cliff is even more majestic. Let you deeply appreciate the charm of Scottish classical architecture and marvel at the superb level of architecture.
The garden of Prince Street under the castle looks lush and lush. On the opposite side of the garden is Prince Street with shops. It can be said to be quiet in the bustle. When the sun is shining, sitting quietly on the lawn or bench of the garden and looking at the pedestrians coming and going, you will feel happy.
Very beautiful garden, just across from my hotel. The garden has a lot of vegetation, giving a lush feeling. The lawn inside is very beautiful, and the beautiful flower clock at the east entrance is very characteristic. In particular, the garden is located at the foot of Edinburgh Castle, which is more beautiful against the background of the castle. Every day after dinner, when I go there for a walk, I always see some local students rolling down the high slope lawn from above to below. With their happy laughter, I feel the comfort, happiness and beauty of the place.
Far away, you can see the open Prince's Garden with lush, dense woods, green lawns, bright flowers and leisure tourists. It's easy to understand that Edinburgh is a city of ancient and modern fusion. We walked past the Prince's Garden. The Scott Monument in the garden is very powerful. It stands out in the arms of the ancient buildings around the park. On the side of Prince's Garden is Prince Street, which is also the main road of Edinburgh, but it is the boundary between the old city and the new city of Edinburgh.
Between Edinburgh Castle and Prince Street, Edinburgh is a hilly area. The castle and Prince Street are high. In the canyon between the two highlands, the garden is a large leisure park composed of green plants and sculptures, just like the moat of the castle. The city streets are very busy. Once we get to the park, we feel quiet and relaxed. Sitting in the park, you can look up at the castle, see the busy streets, and have a good rest place.
Prince Street Garden is also a popular leisure place in Edinburgh. It lies between the castle and Prince Street. Here the grass is shady and the flowers are in full bloom. There is a flower clock and a large rose fountain in the center. Look up at the tall castle and the crowds on the bustling Prince Street