Edinburgh is a city bounded by Prince Street, divided into new and old cities. Never assume that new towns, like many development zones in China, have only sprung up in recent years, and their history has been 800 years, only a hundred years later than the old ones. The New Town is now the cultural, artistic and commercial center of Edinburgh, and the Scottish National Gallery of Art is in the New Town. All in all, the new town looks more prosperous than the old one.
Edinburgh has a long history. The so-called old city has its corresponding new city. The interesting thing is that it is a new city - older than the history of American independence. It was actually built in the early eighteenth century. It only needs to cross the bridge from the old city to the new city, and travel to the seventeenth century to discover something completely different.
The best part of Edinburgh New Town is that you can get the most beautiful pictures of the old city from below. There are many stores and department stores, restaurants and other business places. There are beautiful Georgian architectural views everywhere. New Town is a good place to see fireworks.
Edinburgh's new city and old city seem to be bounded by a prince's street. Unlike the old city's simplicity and intimacy, the new town built in the 18th century is more rigorous, moderate and orderly. Georgian-style buildings stretch along neat streets, and there aren't so many shops that people can't help wandering in. Only the low-flying seagulls and the blooming flowers did not seem to distinguish the old city from the new one, and they were self-beautiful and self-publicizing.