What is the difference in meaning between be going to and will with an if-clause in the context of showing someone around? For example:

If you look to the right, you will see an old castle.

If you look to the right, you are going to see an old castle.


There is no significant difference in meaning.

The going to version could be considered slightly less formal.

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