Edinburgh Castle is the one of the most significant landmarks in Great Britain and the most popular paid-for tourist attraction in Scotland, central as it is to the country’s history. Part of the Castle Rock, a dormant volcanic cliff face in the centre of the city, it’s approached from the east at the least steep incline by the Royal Mile, a beautiful and bustling thoroughfare used by street performers during the fringe, which cuts through the Old Town to Holyrood Palace and the Scottish Parliament. If you’re feeling peckish, why not pop round the corner to The Witchery?

Edinburgh Castle

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