Places of Interest
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steeped in history, seamlessly blends old and new, providing visitors with the perfect destination to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of a diverse and vibrant city. With so many attractions, including the Royal Mile, Holyrood Palace, the Grassmarket, the swish boutiques of the West End and the abundance of shops and museums in the city centre, Edinburgh is a wonderful destination to visit!
is one of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan cities in Europe. The city has in recent years earned a reputation as a centre of style and vitality, set against a backdrop of outstanding Victorian architecture and fascinating attractions. Glasgow boasts world famous art collections, the best shopping in the United Kingdom outside London and the most vibrant and exciting nightlife in Scotland.
lies in the Forth Valley between Glasgow and Edinburgh and is famous for its engineering masterpiece, the giant Falkirk Wheel, the world’s first rotating boat lift. Falkirk is alive with history; The Antonine Wall, dating from the 2nd century, marked the northern frontier of the Roman Empire, 15th century fortress Blackness Castle made the perfect setting for the film version of ‘Hamlet‘ starring Mel Gibson and in 1298 the army of William Wallace fell to the English under Edward I.