Old Tolbooth Wynd (0.2 km from National Monument)
These stylish apartments are in the city centre 800 metres from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station. The modern apartments have free parking and flat-screen TVs with Freeview channels and DVD players.
Flat 1 8 Old Tolbooth Wynd (0.3 km from National Monument)
In the Old Town district of Edinburgh close to Camera Obscura and World of Illusions 388 Fabulous 2 bedroom apartment with parking 2 minutes walk from the Royal Mile has a shared lounge and a washing machine.
20 Old Tolbooth Wynd (0.3 km from National Monument)
393 Old Tolbooth Wynd Apartment 3 is set in the Old Town district of Edinburgh 1.4 km from Royal Mile 1.5 km from National Museum of Scotland and 1.6 km from University of Edinburgh.
3 Royal Terrace (0.3 km from National Monument)
Featuring a restaurant bar shared lounge and free WiFi 21212 is located in Edinburgh 300 metres from Edinburgh Playhouse and 1.6 km from Camera Obscura and World of Illusions. The property is situated 1.
18-22 Royal Terrace (0.3 km from National Monument)
This 4-star Crowne Plaza Edinburgh - Royal Terrace is on a quiet tree-lined street 500 metres from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station and Princes Street. It has a modern gym.
Buchanan Court Edinburgh Eh8 8jq (0.3 km from National Monument)
Offering free WiFi and city views The Malt Kiln Apartment Edinburgh Old Town 3 Bedroom Parking previously McDonald Residence is an accommodation set in the heart of Edinburgh just 1.4 km from Camera Obscura and World of Illusions and 1.
12 Regent Terrace (0.3 km from National Monument)
Quietly situated in Edinburgh the Regent Terrace Apartment offers self-catering accommodation with free WiFi. This Georgian townhouse apartment is just 10 minutes’ walk from Holyrood Palace and a 20-minute stroll from Princes Street.
23-27 Waterloo Place (0.3 km from National Monument)
With a stylish swimming pool and Scottish restaurant the luxury 4-star Apex Waterloo Place Hotel offers sumptuous rooms with free WiFi. The hotel is in Edinburgh’s Old Town at the end of Princes Street.
This beautifully restored 3-star hotel is in Edinburgh city centre just 300 metres from Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station and Princes Street.
Situated in.entral Edinburgh at the foot of Calton Hill 24 Royal Terrace is nestled amongst the grand Georgian townhouses of Royal Terrace; a quiet.
Situated just 10 minutes’ walk from Edinburgh city centre No.
The 5-star Edinburgh Central Accommodation is just 0.5 miles from the shops of Princes Street and Edinburgh Rail Station.
In Edinburgh’s New Town the Elder York Guest House is 500 metres from Princes Street.
Situated in central Edinburgh the High Street Hostel offers free WiFi in all areas.
This city centre Holiday Inn Express is just a few minutes’ walk from the Royal Mile and 0.6 miles from Holyrood House.
Situated opposite Waverley railway station St Christopher's offers budget accommodation in central Edinburgh with free Wi-Fi electronic card entry.
Just off the Royal Mile Safestay Edinburgh has free WiFi a 24-hour front desk and a lively restaurant and bar.
In the heart of historic Edinburgh ibis Edinburgh Centre Royal Mile is situated just off the historic Royal Mile.
With stylish décor and free Wi-Fi available throughout the 4-star Princes Street Suites overlook Edinburgh Castle.
Twelve Picardy Place Hotel is conveniently located in the popular Broughton area.
Just off Edinburgh’s Royal Mile in the city centre Holyrood Aparthotel features studio and 2-bedroom apartments as well as an on-site gym.
Located on the grounds of Holyrood Palace Abbey Strand Apartments at Holyrood offers self-catering accommodation.
The Brunswick Street Residence is located in Edinburgh 500 metres from Edinburgh Playhouse and 1.
Featuring views over Edinburgh’s Arthur’s Seat the Alba Apartments- Gentle's Entry offers self-catering accommodation with free WiFi and free.
Gayfield Place in Edinburgh provides accommodation with free WiFi 400 metres from Edinburgh Playhouse 1.
217 Charming first floor period city center apartment is set in Edinburgh 300 metres from Edinburgh Playhouse and 1.
Offering free WiFi and free private parking 2 Bedroom Flat in Holyrood Area Accommodates 6 is situated in Edinburgh just 1.
In the Old Town district of Edinburgh close to National Museum of Scotland Edinburgh Old Town features a terrace free WiFi and a washing machine.
The National Monument of Scotland, commonly known as the 'Edinburgh Monument' is a large neoclassical monument located in Princes Street Gardens in the heart of Edinburgh, Scotland. The monument was built between 1822 and 1829 to commemorate Scottish soldiers and sailors who died in the Napoleonic Wars. It stands atop an artificial hill constructed from soil taken from the Salisbury Crags nearby. Designed by Charles Robert Cockerell and William Henry Playfair, it was inspired by the Parthenon of Athens and modeled on similar monuments found across Europe in cities like Paris and Rome.
The monumental façade is made up of 12 Corinthian columns that are each 25 feet high, topped with a large frieze depicting 16 heroic figures representing military valor. Atop this sits an ornamental pediment featuring four winged figures—representing Courage, History, Fame and Justice—above a triglyph frieze with bas-relief sculptures featuring men at arms and scenes from classical mythology. A central flagpole flying the Union Flag crowns the entire structure.
At the rear of this majestic construction lie two side chambers: one contains a staircase leading to a viewing platform above; while the other houses several bronze historical plaques detailing heroics performed during battle by Scottish regiments abroad. Each chamber is adorned with elaborate carvings depicting scenes from ancient Greek myths such as Orpheus and Cerberus, Hercules battling Cerberus, Argus slaying Io with his sword, Perseus freeing Andromeda from her chains, Theseus fighting Minotaur, Bellerophon straddling Pegasus while shooting arrows at Chimera and much more.
The National Monument not only provides visitors with stunning views over Edinburgh but also serves as an important reminder of Scotland's valiant commitment to victory in times of war long gone by.