Key points: As the name suggests, the Royal Mile is about a mile long and is the main thoroughfare of Edinburgh's Old Town, with many attractions, restaurants, bars, shops and lodges, making it the perfect starting point for exploring Edinburgh's history. The two ends are connected to the testimony of the Scottish historical highlights - Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace, including Esplande, St.Giles'Cathedral, Lawnmarket, High Street ), and attractions such as Canongate that make travelers linger.
How to get there: From Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station, you can walk south along the North Bridge within 10 minutes.
Personal feeling: There are two streets in Edinburgh. The most famous one is the Prince Street, which divides the old and the new. One is the Royal Mile in the Old Town. At one end of the street is the end of the Summer Palace is Edinburgh. castle. Compared with Prince Street, the whole street is mostly a restaurant, and most of Prince Street is a clothing store. And the most sold on the Royal Mile is the cashmere scarf, and everyone knows the characteristics of Edinburgh. Come to Edinburgh and take a cashmere scarf. There is also a gold mail box on this road. Haha had a special purpose to go to Sheffield City to see the golden mail box. I didnt expect to encounter it in the Royal Mile. This street is to buy and buy the street. Various purchases