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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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