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Old Town

The Old Town is Edinburgh´s oldest neighbourhood and is filled with historic monuments, narrow streets, lovely shops and pubs with tons of personality. Its architecture, charm and its past, which you can get a grasp of at every corner, will leave you in awe.
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Edinburgh Castle

Towering majestically over the city, the iconic castle will fascinate you with its three roles: Royal palace, historic fortress and war museum. Check out the Scottish Crown Jewels, the Stone of Destiny and medieval bombard Mons Meg, before admiring the stunning view over Edinburgh.
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The Scotch Whisky Experience

Uncover the secrets of Scotland’s national drink at the Scotch Whisky Experience. Take a unique tour through a replica distillery in their Whisky Barrel Ride before learning more about the whisky regions of Scotland and enjoying a dram as you marvel at the world’s largest collection of Scotch whisky.
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Palace of Holyroodhouse

In 1128, an Augustinian abbey was built on Canongate. Due to the favourability of the location, a Gothic Palace was built, adjacent to the Church, in 1501: the Holyroodhouse Palace. The building is very important to the history of Scotland and during Holyrood week, in the summer, The Queen herself stays there.
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The Edinburgh Dungeon

Enter the Edinburgh Dungeon and experience 500 years of Scotland’s darkest history, presented with theatrical actors, storytelling, special effects, scenes and stages. Prepare yourself to meet murderers, cannibals and ghosts. The bravest ones can also hop on one of the two scary rides! Tours leave around 10 minutes apart.
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Princes Street Gardens

Right in the centre of Edinburgh´s World Heritage Site, there is a spot of nature, a spot of relaxation and one that offers some of the greatest sights around: the Princes Street Gardens. With the amazing view over the Edinburgh Castle and the city this garden is truly a great place where to have a picnic. There is also a children’s playground to keep the kids busy.
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Royal Yacht Britannia

Explore a fantastic floating museum and follow the footsteps of royalty at the Royal Yacht Britannia, in Edinburgh’s historic port of Leith. With your own audio tour you can get a glimpse at the life of the British Royal Family before enjoying a tea in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
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