Edinburgh: Fact And Fiction Of The Dark City

By | February 20, 2014

Edinburgh scary. Perhaps because of its medieval aspect, the prosperity that comes, the currency of their performances and hope that the green is mixed with the gray buildings. The truth is that finding just one reason is complicated, but what is clear is that the capital of Scotland, second largest city in the region, has a dark stimulant that has been born in the bars or Mr.Hyde characters like Sherlock Holmes. But all this magic is not just pen and paper work, stories and legends about Edinburgh are endless and the traveler can dare to find all the secrets of the city while visiting the most important points of it. The capital, a World Heritage Site since 1995, is divided into the Old Town and New Town from Princes Street Garden.

In the south lies the castle above the Castle Rock, a natural defense exploited by man, and gives us a beautiful panorama. Where you will find an option to drop off the suitcases, the Castle Rock Hostel is a comfortable and affordable mansion to spend the night. But if we are not staying at the hill in the historic center is the Bus Station Backpackers Edinburgh Hostel that has Internet and free breakfast. These are some but a lot of hotel deals with that account because one of the most visited cities in the country of William Wallas and also has excellent public transport, any of its double-decker buses will take us where we want (circulated overnight on time) as the importance of the location of our lodging is relative.


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