Stirling History Tours
Entire Scotland offers Scottish History Tours where we have visited many
areas throughout Scotland during our customers Scottish tours and our drivers have taken many images to provide you with
some idea what to look for if you decide to visit Scotland's castles, Abbey etc with or without Entire Scotland's scottish tours.
Below you will find some areas within within our Scottish History Tours and some reasons why people come to visit those Scottish areas with us. If you would like more information on our Scotland History Tours then please contact us by using our contact details and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Stirling in the heart of Scotland is perfect for our Scotland History Tours. An area steeped in history and includes surrounding areas and villages of Loch Lomond, Trossachs, Dunblane, Bannockburn, Bridge of Allan & Callander. Other towns and villages include Killin, Balquhidder, Aberfoyle, Lochearnhead, Crianlarich, Strathyre, Drymen, Fintry, Kinbuck, Tyndrum, Inverntrossachs & Balmaha. There is the Falkirk Wheel where the Forth and Clyde canal meet. The main river through Stirling is the River Forth. There are many Lochs within the Stirling area namely Loch Katrine, Loch Lubnaig, Loch Venachar, The Lake of Menteith. Historically the area of Stirling plays a significant part of the Country with the details at the Bannockburn Heritage Centre of how King Robert the Bruce secured Scotland's independence at the Battle of Bannockburn and at the National Wallace Monument full details of William Wallace and his famous win in 1297 at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. We also have Stirling Castle, The Wallace Monument, The Rob Roy & Trossachs visitor centre, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders museum ( based inside Stirling Castle ), Stirling Old Town Jail, Blair Drummond Safari Park and many other tourist attractions.
Tour Stirling with Entire Scotland
Please note all images taken by our drivers while on tour. We are not a tour company who pay to have external images added