1. The Medieval Charm
In Edinburgh, it seems the time has stood still taking one back to medieval spells of stone buildings, scary vaults and narrow walkways. Walking down the Royal Mile from the Castle to Holyrood Palace in the Old Town transports you to another era, gory anecdotes and elongated history of Edinburgh. Makes one ponder is it where Harry Potter lived once? No surprise J.K. Rowling wrote Harry Potter series mostly at the Elephant House Café and finished at Balmoral Hotel in the city.
2. Her Majesty’s Yacht Britannia
“Discover what life was like on board The Queen’s floating royal residence.” In over a four decades long stint the Royal Yacht has sailed more than a million nautical miles around the globe before getting decommissioned from royal use in recent years. The yacht is now open to visitors and leaves one in owe after visiting the fabulous state apartments and royal bedrooms and the stunning royal deck tea room on the yacht.