If at all possible then try to visit the chapel, set in the grounds of Edinburgh Castle, when it is quiet. Then it is all the better to appreciate this simple building, absolutely saturated with history and with the most beautiful, small, stained glass windows. It may be easy to miss while milling around the castle, situated on top of a hill within the main part of the castle and when stuffed full of people it loses some of it's atmosphere and magic but it has to be the best part of the castle in my opinion.
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