Stirling

Stirling is one of Britain's great historic towns, and its castle, built on a steep-sided crag of rock, dominates the landscape. This ancient city is a must-see for anyone with even a vague interest in Scottish history.

Today Stirling is a vibrant city, steeped in history, but with plenty of modern attractions. Being a university city lends it a fantastic night life, as well as plenty of pubs, cafes, restaurants and retail outlets.

Stirling’s location also makes it the perfect spot from which to venture out and discover the natural wonders of Scotland’s central Highlands. The beautiful Trossachs region will capture your heart with its tranquil, wood-fringed lochs, rivers and mountains. This is a great space to explore on foot, bicycle or by boat.

Map of Scotland showing Stirling

The City

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The Trossachs Region

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Stirling Castle

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Around Stirling

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The Infinity Experience

Oldest Football in the World
Mary, Queen of Scots loved sports and in particular, football. She even recorded playing a game in one of her diaries. Behind the panelling in the Queen’s chamber at Stirling Castle, the oldest surviving football in the world was discovered.