Prince Street is 1.5 kilometers long and is known as "the best street in the world". This Street divides Edinburgh into two old and new cities, the old city marked by Edinburgh Castle in the South and the new city in the north. The east end of Prince Street connects with Carlton Hill. The south side is the beautiful garden of Prince Street. There is also a spectacular Scott Monument. The south side is the lofty Edinburgh Castle across the garden of Prince Street. The north side of the street is the famous shopping street. Here is the oldest Jenners department store in Scotland.
There are also trams on Prince Street. Traffic is busy and convenient. There is no interference and command from traffic police. There are many shops in Prince Street, which belongs to citizenization. Apple's flagship store is right here. During the trip, my son's mobile phone suddenly broke down near the warranty period. After a few minutes'diagnosis, the Apple Store changed the phone directly. There are also many famous buildings and sculptures around. August is the best season in Britain, where the sun shines brightly and the days are long.
On the side of Prince's Garden is Prince Street, which is also the main road of Edinburgh, but it is the boundary between the old city and the new city of Edinburgh. On the other side of Prince's Garden is Edinburgh Central Railway Station. The huge railway station is a completely sunken building complex, so the white roof is particularly prominent in the core area of the mountain city, but this prominence is very low-key presentation.
Commonwealth cities usually have the names of Prince Street, King's Road, Queen's Road and so on. Their urban planning is basically a chessboard street, very neat, road names are regular, such as the vertical naming of people, horizontal naming of titles. Prince Street in Edinburgh is a busy road, dividing Edinburgh into two parts, one side is the new city and the other side is the old city.
It's a beautiful street with Scottish buildings on both sides. It's built of black and red volcanic rocks with a strong classical flavor. Because my hotel is opposite the garden of Prince Street in Prince Street, I visit Prince Street every day. There were many shops on both sides of the street, especially boots next to the hotel and premark on the east side of the hotel. It was the discount season in July. Many clothes sold in the shop for only 2 or 3 pounds, so they bought a lot of clothes. There is a revolving sushi shop in the north of the road, just opposite the Scott Monument. The sushi inside is fresh and delicious, but there are so many people that they have to wait for their meals. In fact, Prince Street is not very long, walking more than 20 minutes from the east to the west. There are many small supermarkets going west. The prices are relatively low. There are also some stores selling electronic products.
It was evening when we arrived in Edinburgh. After dinner, it was more than ten o'clock in the evening. The sky was blackened. So we went out to visit the garden of Prince Street, which is said to be the most beautiful garden in the world. The garden is not exactly a green park. It's not as busy as Lujiazui Green or New York Central Park. It's rather cold. It's quiet and peaceful in the cold, such as waiting for the time to pass by, not publicizing and not panicking.
The Edinburgh Railway Station is Prince Street, which is the most famous except Royal Mile Avenue. There are many shops and restaurants on Prince Street, so they are more lively day and night. There are many scenic spots on the street, and you can also overlook Edinburgh Castle.