Arthur's Seat at Sunset
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Arthur’s Seat at Sunset

Edinburgh Arthur's Seat

Arthur’s Seat at Sunset

Edinburgh Arthur's Seat

Enshroud by the many legends related to King Arthur, to which it owes its name, Arthur’s Seat┬áis the main peak of the group of hills forming Holyrood Park, from which the wanderers can enjoy a beautiful view on Edinburgh.

I was lucky enough to see Arthur’s Seat at sunset, strolling through Holyrood Park at the end of a lovely sunny day, and admiring the awesome shades of green and gold under a brilliant blue sky.


Travel addict and passionate about photography, Simon Falvo started Wild About Travel back in 2009. Leveraging her strong PR background, she developed an extensive knowledge of Digital Communications and Social Media Marketing. Besides travel writing SImon holds workshops and trainings, she collaborated with tourism boards for digital marketing campaigns and participated as a speaker at several events.

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  • Neil
    Posted at 16:13h, 14 February Reply

    Not often that a Glasgow lad will compliment Edinburgh but that’s a great shot, that’s greener than green! A very good climb it is too!

    • Simon
      Posted at 10:43h, 23 February Reply

      LOL! Neil, I didn’t know that there was rivalry between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Glad you liked the photo!

  • Ryan
    Posted at 01:13h, 16 January Reply

    Ahhhh! This is amazing. I love Arthurian Myth and everything about the possible history of an actual King Arthur. My favorite author is Bernard Cornwell and he got me hooked on it. I can’t wait to see this one day, and maybe chase down some historical places involving Arthur as well.

    • waitinginthedark
      Posted at 11:00h, 16 January Reply

      Thank you, Ryan! Mmm… Bernardo Cornwell… I had never heard about him. Looks interesting and will have a look. I’m always interested in new readings and discovering authors I have never heard about. Cheers!

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