Ana Trujillo Hinojosa
I propose you to do a route around some of Scotland´s cities and to visit big monuments in them. The route begins in Edinburgh and finish in Glasgow, and we aregoing to travel across St. Andrews, Aberdeen, Inverness, Oban and Stirling.
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Edinburgh St. Andrews Aberdeen Inverness Oban Stirling Glasgow
It´s the capital ofScotland, and it´s the most important financial centre of Great Britain after London. It is a wonderful old town, around it there is the new city modern and cosmopolite. Edinburgh is a exciting city,it is full of art, culture, theatre and history and it has a calendar with a lot of international festival. What can we visit in Edinburgh? • Edinburgh Castle •The Mary´s King Close •Canton Hill•National museum of Scotland
• Edinburgh Castle
It´s located in a hill in the centre of the city and it´s the biggest tourist attraction of Edinburgh.
•The Mary´s King Close
It´s located under theRoyal Mille and it´s the most mysterious attraction of Edinburgh
It´s a hill near the city, you can to see a magnificent panoramic from here.
•National museum of Scotland
It´sthe main museum in the country and it tells about history of Scotland.
•Edinburgh international festival Every August, the Edinburgh International Festival transforms one of the world's mostbeautiful cities, presenting three exhilarating weeks of the finest creators and performers from the worlds of the arts.
St Andrews is a Scotland’s nice town. It´s famousfor its golf courses, its ancient University, its beautiful beaches and the ruins of its cathedral. The cathedral was built in1160, and then it was the biggest of Scotland. Today, the ruins are reallyspectacular.
Aberdeen is called “Granite city" because it has some of tallest buildings of Scotland (with this material) . In the city we can to see three big cathedral,...
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