Edinburgh is divided into old city and new city, which is divided by Prince Street. The old city seems to be mainly medieval architecture, including St. Gills Cathedral, Scottish Church Hall, Surgical Building, Royal Museum of Scotland, University of Edinburgh, Scottish Parliament Building and so on. Originally thought that the new town was a modern urban area built in recent years. Looking up the hill, most of them were ancient buildings. Later, I learned that the old city was built in the 1300s, and the new town construction was only about 100 years later than the old city construction. To be realistic, Edinburgh is an ancient city.
The most famous street in Edinburgh is Princes Street, which faces Edinburgh Castle and Old Town and spans the geographic ripples of the old North Lake. In 1995, the Old Town and the New Town were listed as World Heritage Edinburgh Old Town by the United Nations Educational Science and Cultural Organization (Auld Toun, also known as Edinburgh Old Town) which refers to the part of the old city of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. The city retains many buildings from the Middle Ages in Europe and during the Scottish Reform Movement.
Every brick has its history and every road has its story. This is Edinburgh.
Crossing the old city of Edinburgh is always crowded, with beautiful restaurants everywhere, from Mexico to traditional Scottish style and many fancy shops. At the top of the high street, you can find and visit the castles that dominate the city. They are worth visiting all the year round, especially during the August festival.
It is said that the old city is divided by Prince Street and the new one is old. The old city is closer to the castle. It seems that James I was the new town built when King of England visited Edinburgh again, before the old one. There are many shops, hotels and restaurants in the old city. They are very busy and fantastic.
It refers to the old part of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. The city retains many buildings from the Middle Ages in Europe and during the Scottish Reform Movement. Business is full of restaurants and shops. Many jugglers and men in Scottish skirts are playing the organ.