Arthurs Seat Overview
Arthur's Seat is an extinct volcano that is the main peak of Edinburgh's hills, which form most part of Holyrood Park. It was formed near three hundred and thirty-five million years ago when a glacier exposed and eroded the rocky crags as it traveled westwards.

This massive hill is one of the best places to visit in Edinburgh for cyclists and hikers looking to experience the outdoors. Once you reach the top of the summit, you can have a panoramic view of the sprawling cityscape of Scotland. In 1836, seven coffins were found on the cliff-side, and these coffins had different clothes and were buried in layers.

Location: Queen's Drive Holyrood Park, Edinburgh EH8 8HG Scotland
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