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What is the most romantic place in UK that you have ever been to?

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emma-lou

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I think Edinburgh during the Autumn time. The shadowed, impressive architecture of the city, the beautiful Autumn leaves in Princes Street Gardens and a chill wind makes it the perfect place to wrap up warm and spend the day exploring the sights interspersed with some tea breaks - a great time to try some creamy Orkney ice cream (if you can face the chill), or sit in a homely pub and tuck into some satisfying Haggis, Neeps and Tatties! 

 

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RonaG

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Hi! Are these pictures from Edinburgh? It looks really nice. The greeneries are refreshing. Is it expensive to tour the place? Does it have any backpackers' inn or something?


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emma-lou

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Hi Rona, yes they're pictures of Edinburgh, it's a really beautiful city, definitely worth paying a visit. The good thing about Edinburgh is there is plenty of budget accomodation. The hostel that we stayed at was great, it's called The Royal Mile Backpackers which is located on the Royal Mile, a pedestrianised area right in the very centre of the city. It's great that such cheap accomodation has such a good location!

Buses in the city are really cheap, it's £3.50 for a day ticket and they take you to the outskirts of the city and beyond! So you could jump on and off local buses all day, a good way of getting about cheaply. Or if you fancy a guided tour of the city it's £12 for the city tour bus. Also transfer from the airport to the city centre is amazingly easy, there's an "Airlink" bus that waits right outside the airport doors, it costs £6 for a ticket and it takes you the 30 or so minute journey to the centre of town.

So I would say yes, you can definitely visit Edinburgh and still enjoy on a tight budget.


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RonaG

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Wow! I hope I can go there someday. Actually, I'm wishing I could travel the world. There's just so many beautiful things and places to see. Too bad about the visa requirements though. :)


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