Edinburgh, if you’ve never been to the Scottish capital, is fantastic. Never mind the plentiful (and delicious) beer selection or wonderfully designed architecture. Just the city alone is beautiful. It’s a very underrated city in that regard, because while we’ve all probably heard about some of the greatest gardens around the world, you’ve probably never seen the secret gardens in Edinburgh.
Behind a church in Duddingston, you can find the classic Dr. Neil’s Garden. If you find yourself near the Parliament building, you can escape into the serene Chessel’s Court. You can even see a piece of living art at the Jupiter Artland, a recent installation to the city. There’s the classical design and care in places like Dunbar’s Close Garden on the Royal Mile, or the actually classical places like the private Regent Gardens.
Edinburgh is not thought of as a city of greens, and usually regarded as a capital first. But if you find yourself in this enchanting area, be sure to take in all the splendor of it.
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