Take a tour of the sights in Edinburgh, including the Forth Railway Bridge, Leith and the ruins of Holyrood Abbey.
View the iconic Edinburgh Castle from Ross Fountain, located in the Princess Street gardens.
Modern architecture complements the existing Victorian buildings in a few Edinburgh neighborhoods.
The Forth Railway Bridge, the second-largest cantilever bridge in the world, connects northeast and southeast Scotland.
Spanish architect Enric Miralles designed the Scottish Parliament building, but he died before it was completed.
Leith, a 12th-century mill district in Edinburgh, sits at the mouth of the Water of Leith, a major access port.
The Edinburgh Castle, perched on an extinct volcano, lights up the evening sky.
Leith, once separated into 2 communities, has been redeveloped into one of Edinburgh's trendiest places to live and work.
Explore the gardens surrounding the ruins of Holyrood Abbey. King David I of Scotland ordered it to be built in 1128.