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Edinburgh, Scotland EH1 2NG

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"For me it would be visiting Edinburgh Castle, St Giles' Cathedral the excellent Museum of Scotland, Greyfriars Kirkyard and exploring the many Medieval closes and wynds which still exist in Edinburgh Old Town"  See More

"Definitely visit Edinburgh Castle to start."  See More

"Well depending on how much luggage you have and how tired you could go to the Edinburgh Castle up the Royal Mile Tavern."  See More

"Edinburgh Castle is a great castle to visit and there is plenty to do in the busy city of Edinburgh as well."  See More

"Edinburgh Castle is very well maintained, with plenty to see inside-various exhibits and restored rooms, plus great views of the city."  See More

"Just walking around Edinburgh Old Town or The Royal Mile will be fun, and be sure to visit Edinburgh Castle and Calton Hill."  See More

"Edinburgh has some of the best architecture, great pubs and history (Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Mile, StGiles Cathedral for example) and is easy to get around on foot or using public transport."  See More

"Wander along the Royal Mile , the view from the Edinburgh Castle and the beauty of StGiles Cathedral are worth a visit."  See More

"Similarly, Edinburgh Castle is kind of a must-do."  See More

"Try to at least tour the Edinburgh Castle and stroll along the Royal Mile."  See More

"Then take the tour, or explore, both ends-the Edinburgh Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse."  See More

"My suggestions would be to walk The Royal Mile up to Edinburgh Castle, climb Arthur's Seat which is an easy 20-30 minutes walk, take a tour of the Underground Nation, the The Scotch Whisky Experience is interesting if your into tastings, try some haggis (it's not that bad) and take a day trip out into the Scottish Highland Trails."  See More

"When I visited Edinburgh, I stayed along the Royal Mile Apartments (I don't mean the specific apartments, but the Royal Mile is one street in the heart of old Edinburgh and ends at Edinburgh Castle)."  See More

"The Edinburgh Castle alone deserves a long day."  See More

"At Edinburgh Castle my friend and I ( ladies in 60s) found the National War Museum of Scotland fascinating."  See More

"Edinburgh Castle is great for all ages - you can see all of the old military stuff, try on highland fashions from the William Wallace era - will get the kids really excited."  See More

"Edinburgh Castle, The Scotch Whisky Experience factory tour are two other must-visit places."  See More

"Edinburgh is great, especially Edinburgh Castle, but don't allocate too many days there as there is a lot of land to cover and much more to see."  See More

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