Stirling Travel Guide
Stirling Local History
Stirling is the town where William Wallace overpowered the English in 1297 in the Battle of Stirling Bridge. It was the capital of Scotland until the reign of James VI. The city has a rich history and wonderful architecture.
Stirling Parks & Gardens
The Royal Gardens - next to Stirling Castle.
Stirling Restaurants and Bars
Sarah Jane's - 2 Port Terr. Whether its burgers or a cup of tea you are after, you will find it at this pleasant restaurant.
Paco's Restaurant - 21 Dumbarton Road. This restaurant offers a great variety of food and their prices range from very affordable to slightly more pricy.
Stirling Bars & Clubs
If you feel like a night out, your best bet is to go to Glasgow, which is about 30 minutes away by train.
Velvet Rooms - 520 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. This club has different rooms that play different music. It ranges from hip-hop to grunge, so you are bound to find something you like.
Cathouse - 15 Union Street, Glasgow. With their three floors of grunge and indie music you could have quite an enjoyable night here.
Horseshoe Bar - 17-21 Drury Street, Glasgow. This bar boasts with the longest continuous bar in Britain. It is built in a Victorian style, and shaped like a horseshoe.
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