Stirling is one of Scotland's most historic cities. In 2002, Stirling became Scotland's sixth city.
Also known as "The Gateway To The Highlands", Stirling used to be the only connection to the Highlands and has therefore a significant position in history. Major battles for Scottish independence took place in and around Stirling. Stirling Castle is one of the great royal residences of Scottish history.
Attractions Include :
Stirling Old Bridge
Church of the Holy Rude
Stirling Old Town Jail
Smith Art Gallery and Museum
Blairdrummond Safari Park
If you believe the press, Glasgow, is the leaner side of Scotland, the rough to Edinburgh’s smooth.Glasgow has a far more industrial history,and is a city once dominated by the shipyards.
East Kilbride is a town on the outskirts of Glasgow. It is on high ground and about 10 miles south east of Glasgow city centre. East Kilbride boasts a huge shopping centre which is one of Sco…