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Stirling Castle


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Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle & The Trossachs

Sit back, relax and enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the Loch Lomond National Park. Have a wander around the picturesque highland village of Luss.

Travel into Rob Roy MacGregor territory and the Trossachs. Stunningly beautiful with picture postcard views at every corner, its forest covered mountains and shimmering highland lochs will take your breath away.

Enjoy a leisurely visit to the home of the Stuart Kings and Mary Queen of Scots. Stirling Castle is historically, one of the most notable castles in Scotland.

Departing Glasgow we make our way to the picturesque highland village of Luss which sits on the shores of Loch Lomond.

There has been a settlement here for over a thousand years at least. It is known that the Vikings passed through Luss in 1263 plundering the nearby communities. There are many items of historical interest both inside and outside MacKessogs Church including the “hog back” Viking grave dating from around the 11th century.

Enjoy a one hour scenic cruise on Loch Lomond, passing stately homes and Ben Lomond Scotland's most southerly Munro.

We will stop for lunch at Aberfoyle, a bustling little village where you can enjoy some free entertainment (May to September only) with sheepdog and Indian runner duck displays.

After lunch we climb up through the dramatic Dukes Pass into Rob Roy MacGregor territory. Don't forget your camera as there will be opportunities for you to take some great photos.

Stirling Castle, is one of Scotland's most important castles and is associated with many great historical figures such as Mary Queen of Scots, William Wallace (Braveheart), Robert the Bruce and Bonnie Prince Charlie.

You will have time to visit the castle and hear about the key moments of Scotland’s  long, violent and bloody history including Stirling Bridge where William Wallace (Braveheart) defeated a much larger English army in 1297 and Bannockburn where Robert the Bruce did the same in 1314.

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