Edinburgh

A city with two personalities is extended by seven hills that historically served as a fortress and today make it a different city. Edinburgh, Scotland's capital, has all the ingredients for an enjoyable break a couple of days historical monuments, streets and alleys a wishky flavor and passageways with mysterious ghost stories worth knowing by the most curious. Edinburgh is a small town, which split in two, Old Town and New Town, and therefore can know what is necessary in a few days and cheaply. In addition, most low cost airlines have daily flights very affordable. Accommodation is another point to consider when saving on a trip and of course this is a city that allows you to do so.

And you can find up to 10 euros per night. Although between 12 and 15 euros is a great variety and they include breakfast. You can start the tour of the Old Town as it brings together a number of important monuments and the characteristic flavor Traditional Scottish. With narrow cobbled streets you reach the Castle of Edinburgh. a ste was built on an extinct volcano, has been the fortress that protected the city from the SXI and now is a stunning vantage point to see the great potential of this city. And once there, besides the landscape, you can see the firing of one of the guns at one noon. This curious tradition that takes place every day except Sunday, for almost 150 years the time allowed to know the sailors who were on the outskirts of the city and, today, has become a tourist attraction.