The National Gallery of Scotland is a picture gallery in Edinburgh, Scotland – located within the Princes Street Gardens underneath Edinburgh castle. It consists of two neo-classical buildings linked in the underground and opened in 1859. The collection consists of Scottish and European masterpieces.
You can find works of Vermeer, Tizian, Poussin and Turner here. The entrance is free of charge but we had to find it first: It is located one level down, you can enter the museum from the eastern side of the gardens. What I really like are the colorful big rooms and the presentation of the works.
National Gallery of Scotland
Scotland, United Kingdom