Edinburgh and Scotland Virtual Travel Guide

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                                                   A Panoramic View of Edinburgh
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To catch the ambience of Scotland 
listen to the bag pipes play Auld  Lang Singe

  1. Watch this beautiful  maiden sing this Scottish Ballad
  2. See this TV video about Scotland (Cico TV}
  3. Look at this wonderful photo guide of Edinburgh
  4. See these Edinburgh  and St Andrews Videos
  5. Watch these Four Edinburgh Videos
  6. Study Scottish History
  7. Take a Scotland virtual Tour
  8. NEW-View these Edinburgh Festival Panoramics with Sound
  9. Study this Edinburgh MAPQUEST map
  10. Look at these Edinburgh Web Cams
  11. See these 11 Edinburgh webcam sites to experience the city in the real world.
  12. Watch this 46 minuite Movie by the Intrepid Berkeley Explorer about the pubs of Edinburgh as well as London and Dublin.
  13. Experience this Glasgow Virtual Tour
  14. See these NEW-Glasgow Photos
  15. Waech this Glasgow Video
  16. Review these comments from 5 visitors to Edinburgh for a complete picture of this unusual city.
  17. Listen to this Glasgow by the Book Audio
  18. Watch Scotland TV

                                                  DESCRIPTION

lochEdinburgh, pronounced Edin-"Burr"-uh, is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. A wonderfully preserved medieval "old city" that climbs the famous castle hill, and beneath that the "new city", built in Georgian times. Princess Street and it's imposing gorge, View this site for visitor information about Edinburgh and Scotland. The "closes" or multi level alleyways of the old city, the view of the city and the dark blue waters of the Firth of Forth from the walls of the castle, all are part of the balance between the old and new that Edinburgh is famous for. The "auld reekie" (named by Robert Burns for the persistent pallor of coal smoke that hung over the city) is Scotland's most charming city

Edinburgh is the Capital of Scotland. For the first time in 300 years, Scotland has its own parliament here. Many of the literary greats including Sir Walter Scott,  Robert Louis Stevenson and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle were born here. Its art festival is world renown and the castle on the hill represents its rich historical significance. It also rivals Dublin for its number of public houses. Click here for a description of Edinburgh. Glasgow is the largest city. View this link for the Scottish Historical Timeline. Learn how to get there, where to stay and what to visit. View this link for tour information. Military travelers from Mildenhall can take a train or fly to Edinburgh from Luton on Easyair, to Glasgow from Luton on Ryanair or on British Airways from Heathrow. Click here for London/Edinburgh Train Information.


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Scotland Internet Guide| Great Glen And Loch Ness| Glasgow City Guide|Military Traveler



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