Edinburgh Castle; history, culture, and entertainmentOne of Edinburgh’s most famous sights is its Castle, located in the old town. The Castle is full of Scottish history as it first become the home of the Royal Family in the 11th century. It also served as a military basis until 1745, before it became the base of the British Army. Today, it’s used as one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions.
Other highlights of the Scottish municipalityThe old town and its castle is complimented by the Real Mary King’s close and the National Museum of Scotland, one of the country’s biggest and, for many, most interesting museums. The building, that shows traces of the Victorian period, was built in the 1990’s and served as the home of the museum since 1998. Edinburgh also houses the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in the West End part of the town. Book a Bed and Breakfast Edinburgh accommodation in one of the exciting city parts and start exploring!
Arthur’s Seat; nature and panoramic viewsThis peak on the rocky hills, made by an extinct volcano, makes for a stunning viewpoint and a perfect photo-opportunity. The 251-metre-high hill with panoramic views over the city is most definitely worth the walk. Combine a visit to the viewpoint with one to the Scottish parliament Building, located in nearby.
Book a B&B for the perfect overnight stayBed and Breakfast Edinburgh offers beautiful accommodations all over the city. The owner of your BnB can tell you everything about the highlights or top-restaurants in the neighbourhood. Book your favourite place to stay on the website and start daydreaming about your trip!