Latest News

20.03.2020
GOVERNMENT CORONAVIRUS MEASURES: CHANGES TO SCOTTISH CITYLINK COACH SERVICES
Temporary changes to coach services are being introduced by Scottish Citylink from Monday 23 March following new government advice around social contact and non-essential travel to help combat the coronavirus. more

13.01.2020
FREE TRAVEL ON SCOTTISH CITYLINK SERVICES BETWEEN GLASGOW AND EDINBURGH ALL WEEKEND TO CELEBRATE NEW VEHICLE LAUNCH
Coach operator Scottish Citylink is offering free travel on its services between Edinburgh and Glasgow this weekend to mark the launch of a new fleet of vehicles on the route. more

Banner

Stirling is Scotland’s newest city and one of its most historic. Its Castle and Old Town meet the cutting-edge culture of a contemporary University city and it’s consdered by many to be one of the best small cities in Scotland.

OfferThe pedestrian-friendly town centre is a great regional shopping destination where you will find hundreds of stores at the Thistles Shopping Centre and the Crawford Arcade.

Two theatres, two cinemas, contemporary art galleries and live performance spaces bring this city to life.

Dunblane Cathedral
Dunblane Cathedral

Dating back in part to the 12th century, Dunblane Cathedral is one of Scotland’s few surviving medieval churches. Beyond the magnificent exterior, visitors can not fail to be enthralled by the stunning beauty that lies within.

Stirling Castle
Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle towers over some of the most important battlefield sites in Scotland’s history including Stirling Bridge, where William Wallace vanquished the English in 1297, and Bannockburn where Robert the Bruce defeated the same foe in 1314.

Wallace Monument
Wallace Monument

Standing 220 feet high atop Abbey Craig, two miles north of Stirling, the National Wallace Monument celebrates the life and achievements of Sir William Wallace. The themed exhibition areas and The Monument Crown, with its breathtaking views, are reached by a 246-step spiral staircase.

The Old Town Jail
The Old Town Jail

First opened in 1847 the jail paints a frightening picture of what it would have been like to be imprisoned in the 1800’s. The dark corridors and dank cells give visitors a true account of jail life.

The Stirling Arcade
The Stirling Arcade

The Victorian arcade, constructed between 1881 and 1882, stretches from King Street to Murray Place and houses a number of small independent shops selling everything from Scottish Crafts to American Comic Books.

EDINBURGH | GLASGOW | DUNDEE | INVERNESS | ABERDEEN | PERTH
STIRLING & DUNBLANE
| BELFAST

advertisement
Get Adobe Reader Free
This website requires a PDF reader for timetables and other information.