The experience of exploring in Edinburgh leaves a beautiful euphoria when returning home. As if the heart is clasped to always beating there. Edinburgh is a complete package destination for traveling connoisseurs. The combination of thick history and stunning natural beauty is the main attraction of this city. Destination destinations that can not be missed. One word for Edinburgh: Perfect !!

UNESCO World Heritage Site


Like the Borobudur Temple which is protected by UNESCO. In Edinburgh, almost all parts of the city is a heritage site that must be preserved. Edinburgh offers a mix of medieval-style architecture in the Old Town area and georgian-style architecture in the New Town area and the West End area. When walking through the streets of the City of Edinburgh, feelings of excitement as if amazement never stopped.

Old Town: Edinburgh Castle, Royal Mile, Holyrood Palace, to Scottish Parlianment


Exploring the Old Town area takes us to explore buildings in the reform era and medieval-style architecture. Edinburgh Castle stands firmly on Castle Rock Hill, a landmark building erected by King David I, the youngest son of the King of Scotland in the 12th century to commemorate his mother.

Navigate the Royal Mile, the busiest arterial road visited by tourists connecting several highways. Along the way we can enjoy the architectural grandeur of the building, typical cuisine of Scotland, the Church of St. Giles ’Cathedral to unique arteries such as circuses and bagpiper performers complete with green or red tartan kilt cloth motifs worn around the waist like skirts. The music is very distinctive and drifting.

From the Royal Mile to Holyrood we can see the Holyrood Palace, the official residence of the Queen of England in Scotland and Scottish Parlianment, which has a distinctive building of bamboo and grass roofing.

New Town: Princess Street, Monuments and Museums


New Town was built in the 18th century, presenting neo-classical and georgian-style architecture that still maintains its authenticity. Princess Street is an arterial road that has a lot of public transportation such as buses and trams. If you get lost in Edinburgh, just take a bus with a route that passes Princess Street because almost all bus routes pass this way so you can find your destination bus along this Princess Street stop. Jalan Princess is also dominated by shops and shopping centers. Prices vary greatly depending on the product and brand. Some original brand products can be obtained at much cheaper prices than the selling price in Indonesia. From this street you can also view Edinburgh Castle from a distance.

Edinburgh really values ​​history. Along the roads in the New Town area we can find various monuments and museums. On Princess Street we can find Scott Monument, the National Gallery of Scotland and the Royal Scottish Academy. Then slightly up to Calton Hill, we can find 5 monuments at once namely the National Monument of Scotland, the monument Nelson monuments, Portuguese Cannon, Dugald Stewart Mon



Scotland is a country incorporated in the United Kingdom. In this country, there are many historical sites in the form of buildings that are hundreds or even thousands of years old.

There are eight sites that need to be visited in the area of ​​the city of Glasgow. For Friends of Dream who want to visit, they can use a plane from the City of Edinburgh.

Edinburg Castle

edinburgh castle

Buildings that can amaze thousands of pairs of eyeballs who see it. Edinburg Castle is the oldest building, as well as the icon of Edinburg. Like two blades, this beautiful building also presents Christianity. Palaces made of volcanic stones are silent witnesses of the cruelty felt by prisoners of war and other dark historical events taking place in this palace.

 Arthur’s Seat

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Arthur’s Seat will give you the experience of treading the hillside towering above Edinburg. The hill that rises to a height of 822 feet will provide an incredible view of the city. Besides, the appeal of Arthur’s Seat is the largest hill of a series of three hills in Edinburg, and that makes it more special, this hill was formed from volcanic eruptions.

 Scott Monument

scott monument

This monument has its own appeal, especially for lovers of literature. Because the Scott Monument was built in honor of Scottish literary writer Sir Walter Scott, who died in 1832. Designed by George Meikle Kemp, construction began in 1840. This monument was also allegedly one of the largest monuments in the world. Besides being able to enjoy the beauty of the design of this monument, here you can also see sculptures of characters found in the literary novel, Sir Walter Scott.

 The Scottish Writer’s Museum


Almost similar to Scott Monument, this museum also has its own place in the hearts of literature lovers. Unlike the Scott Monument which is only specific to novelist Sir Walter Scott. At Writer’s Museum presents the lives of three prominent Scottish writers. Not only Walter Scott but also including Robert Burns and Robert Louis Stevenson. The museum located at Lady Stair’s House offers architecture that can amaze visitors, and also displays photographs and personal items belonging to the author, one of which is a typewriter.

The National Monument of Scotland


The monument that stands tall on a hill beckons the memory of a tireless and memorable history. The Scottish National Monument, located on Calton Hill, remembers Scottish soldiers and sailors who died as a result of fighting in the Napoleonic Wars. The monument, designed by Charles Robert Cockerell and Willian Henry Playfair, was decided to become a UNESCO world heritage site.

 Craigmillar Castle

craigmiller castle

The construction of this castle began in the 15th century. It seems that the building, which took 250 years to build, produced a very classic architecture typical of the Middle Ages. Here you will get a beautiful view then surrounded by parks and vast expanses of grassland. This is guaranteed to make the success of anyone who comes to this castle get its own impression, of course, a very amazing impression.

 St Gile’s Cathedral


The very historic Cathedral Church in the city of Edinburgh is also known as the High Kirk of Edinburg. Already present since the 14th century, this church building has very impressive architecture, with a very iconic spire. Standing between Edinburg Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, this church has served people in spirituality for 900 years now.