04:42,
Tuesday,
23 October 2018.

Stirling, Scotland

The historic city of Stirling stands in the heart of Scotland between the highlands and central lowlands and almost equidistant between the primary cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow being well served by road and rail links to both. It was once the ancient capital of Scotland and boasts an impressive castle - one that can even rival Edinburgh’s Castle.

Although Stirling now carries city status it is no bigger than a large rural market town. But being small has its advantages. Within fifteen minutes walking from the town centre, the surrounding countryside provides access to some gentle hill walks, great mountain biking, decent road cycling, fishing and even some rock climbing. And if you’re into canoeing you don’t even have to leave town. No need for a car.

The town itself has some attractive pockets and accommodation can be found throughout. Wherever you’re based the centre and nightlife are never far away. There are several busy pubs (not all appealing) and a few good restaurants to choose from. Between October and June the city is more alive due to the influx of students attending Stirling University. Also being a popular tourist destination ensures the city almost always has something of a buzz about it.

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