Map of Stirling, Scotland. CLICK HERE to take a Virtual Tour of the City
Stirling is undeniably a beautiful, historic and tourist-friendly city at the crossroads of Scotland where visitors come from far and wide.
Stirling is home to the sites of Bannockburn and Stirling Bridge, bloody battles during Scotland's Wars of Independence 700 years ago when William Wallace and Bruce lead the nation to glory.
Stirlings' gems include Argyll's Lodgings - the most complete surviving example of a Scottish 17th century town house; the Old Town Jail, built in the 1800s in an era of prison reform to replace the notorious Tolbooth gaol - now a cutting edge arts centre; the Smith Art Gallery with many social history treasures.
Day trip delights include idyllic Inchmahome island with its Priory - retreat of Mary Queen of Scots, the Wallace Monument, Dollar's "Castle Gloom", Doune Castle, the Trossachs for hill-walking, and local distilleries for sampling a taste of Scotland.
Stirling Castle and Scotland's first National Park, great shopping, art centres and cinemas, walking, picnics, sailing, golfing, fishing, it's no wonder that Stirling attracts more than million tourists each year.
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