Stirling Castle


A small city with a big history, Stirling is known for historic attractions and spectacular scenery, not to mention shopping, places to eat and exciting events. Plus it's an ideal base for exploring the surrounding towns, villages and stunning countryside. The city is celebrating it's 900th anniversary in 2024!

Map of Stirling

Explore Stirling


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How to Travel To and Around Stirling

Getting to Stirling

Bus and coach

There is an hourly non-stop coach service from:

  • Glasgow (40 mins)
  • Edinburgh (1 hour)

There is a regular bus service from:

  • St Andrews (1 hour 30 mins)
  • Perth (45 mins)

Find out more about schedules and timetables at Traveline Scotland




Getting around Stirling


Located at the railway station, the Stirling Cycle Hub helps you explore on two wheels. You can also register to use nextbikes, with hubs across the city.

How to travel around Stirling by bike


Bus and coach

A tip from your local expert

Callendar House

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Callendar House is a real hidden gem in the heart of Falkirk. Not only has this historic building hosted famous names like Mary Queen of Scots, but you can also find part of the Antonine Wall in the grounds!


Assistant iCentre Manager, Stirling

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