A twenty-five-year-old monarch fulfilling her recently deceased father’s legacy. Her exotic prince with saltwater in his veins. Three pairs of royal honeymooners (all of whom saw their marriages end within two decades, but hey, you can’t blame the boat for that). 591 more words
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The Queen’s former floating palace in Edinburgh has been rated the nation’s Best Visitor Attraction for each of the past 10 years by VisitScotland.
The five-star attraction achieved a record score of 96 per cent in the VisitScotland’s Quality Assurance Scheme. 270 more words
For our second full day in Edinburgh, we have plans to see both the Palace of Holyroodhouse with the adjoining Abbey Ruins and the Royal Yacht Britannia. 1,180 more words
£16 per ticket
Edinburgh’s most popular piece of architecture and history is the Edinburgh Castle, located in the city centre on Castle Rock. Castle Rock was formed during a volcanic eruption over 340 million years ago and has been a military base and royal residence for many centuries. 308 more words