E29***40Four streets rolled into one, the Royal Mile runs from the castle to thr palace and is absolutely jam packed full of history and atmosphere. You haven't been in Edinburgh until you've strolled down the cobbles.
GLS***59Looks an interesting but slightly innocuous monument. But the walk up is well worth it. Atmospheric (claustrophobic) steep spiral steps with 4 levels to get a better and better view of Edinburgh from.
Chris BehrIt’s a lovely garden, and ideal if you’re wanting to let your younger ones hang out. Head to the bridge in the middle so they can wave to trains going by. Avoid the shelters at the top tier though as they’re always full of homeless people.
In 1210, Lion King William I awarded Perth a charter of the Royal Autonomous Town, and Perth has been a royal town for 800 years. Although it is the seventh largest city in Scotland, it is small and quiet, and I think it is more suitable to call it a town. The whole town is distributed in a network, the low-rise buildings are closely intertwined with each other, and the streets are not wide. It seems that it is specially prepared for pedestrians without leaving any room for the cars. The shops on both sides of the street are row upon row and the goods are varied. Walking in the meantime, but not crowded and noisy, but simple and quiet, full of human fireworks. There is the Perth Museum, one of the oldest museums in the UK, the 110-year-old Greek-style town hall, and the majestic St. John's Church, which is more than 800 years old.