Edinburgh Castle

A city with two personalities spans seven hills which historically served as a fortress and that today make it a different city. Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, has all the ingredients for a getaway for a couple of days to enjoy historic monuments, streets flavored wishky and alleys and passageways with mysterious stories about ghosts worthy of knowing by prying eyes. Edinburgh is a small town, divided into two, Old Town and New Town, and for this reason, the essentials may know in a few days and at a good price. In addition, most low cost airlines have very affordable daily flights. Accommodation is another of the points to be considered when it comes to saving on a trip and since then this is a city that allows you to do so. And it is that hostels in Edinburgh can be found up for 10 euros the night. Although there are between 12 and 15 euros a variety and these include breakfast. The visit by the Old Town can begin bringing together a large number of important monuments as well as the flavor more characteristic and traditional Scottish.

With narrow cobbled streets you arrive at Edinburgh Castle. This one, built on an extinct volcano, has been the fortress that protected the city from the I and is now an impressive viewpoint from which to observe the great potential that this city. And once there, in addition to the landscape, you can see the shot of one of the canyons at one half-day. This curious tradition that takes place every day, except Sundays, nearly 150 years it allowed to know the time to the sailors who were on the outskirts of the city and, at present, it has become a tourist attraction. Precisely from the Castle part the Royal Mile or Royal Mile which is the main artery of the Old Town, where the historic quarter of the city is located.