Half-Day Tour to Stirling

From £399

Low Season rates available
per group (up to 7)


Half-Day tour to Stirling

From £399

Low Season rates available

per group (up to 7)

Half-Day Tour to Stirling

From £399 High Season 

Low Season rates available

per group (up to 7)

This tour through the area to the north of Glasgow visits the Queens View, Stirling and Glengoyne Distillery. A rewarding day of scenic landscapes and historic Stirling.


Trip Itinerary. Duration 6 hours

You can completely customise this tour to your wishes.


Leave Glasgow

After leaving the centre of Glasgow via the motorway we are very quickly in the open countryside with Stirling and its surrounding hills soon visible in the distance. We have four places to visit in Stirling.


Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland, historically and architecturally. The castle sits high on a volcanic outcrop, guarding the lowest crossing point of the River Forth. There is a lot to be discovered and enjoyed in the castle.


Old Stirling Bridge

The present Stirling Bridge was built in the 1400s replacing a succession of timber bridges. In 1297 William Wallace defeated Edward 1's forces at The Battle of Stirling Bridge. Today the bridge is one of the best medieval masonry arch bridges in Scotland.


The William Wallace Monument

220 feet high and sited on top of Abbey Craig hill above the fields, where in 1297, Wallace led his troops to victory in The Battle of Stirling Bridge. There are 276 steps to the top, but its well worth the climb.

The William Wallace Monument

220 feet high and sited on top of Abbey Craig hill above the fields, where in 1297, Wallace led his troops to victory in The Battle of Stirling Bridge. There are 246 steps to the top, but its well worth the climb.

The William Wallace Monument

220 feet high and sited on top of Abbey Craig hill above the fields, where in 1297, Wallace led his troops to victory in The Battle of Stirling Bridge. There are 246 steps to the top, but its well worth the climb.

Bannockburn

In June 1314 The Battle of Bannockburn was fought between the army of Robert The Bruce, King of Scots and the army of King Edward the Second of England, during the first war of Scottish Independence. It was a decisive victory for the Scots and a major turning point in the war.

Stirling to Glasgow return route

Our trip back is especially scenic with pretty villages, grand views with two excellent stops available if you so chose.

Glengoyne Distillery

Glengoyne Distillery has a number of tours available. Your itinerary can be adjusted if you want to take part in a tour, however, even without a tour it is still a great place for a stop, the picturesque buildings, the shop and the yard full of whisky casks provide a wonderful atmosphere.

The Queens View

Just 10 minutes drive from the distillery is the wonderful Queens View, as soon as we drive into the car park a panorama unfolds, Loch Lomond to the north framed by a line of peaks. If you are in the mood, a 400 yard walk up the hillside and the panorama is now spectacular.

The Queens View

Just 10 minutes drive from the distillery is the wonderful Queens View, as soon as we drive into the car park a panorama unfolds, Loch Lomond to the north framed by a line of peaks. If you are in the mood, a 400 yard walk up the hillside and the panorama is now spectacular.

The Queens View

The wonderful Queens View, as soon as we drive into the car park a panorama unfolds, Loch Lomond to the north framed by a line of peaks. If you are in the mood, a 400 yard walk up the hillside and the panorama is now spectacular.


Return to Glasgow

What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Cruise ship pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

This tour through the area north of Glasgow visits the Queens View, Stirling and Glengoyne Distillery. 

A rewarding tour of beautiful landscapes, charming small towns and historic Stirling

This tour through the area north of Glasgow to the town of Stirling with it's magnificent history. The 

return drive is through scenic countryside with optional stops at Glengoyne Distillery and The Queen's View.


Trip Itinerary. Duration 6 hours

You can completely customise this tour to your wishes.


Leave Glasgow

After leaving the centre of Glasgow via the motorway we are very quickly in the open countryside with Stirling and its surrounding hills soon visible in the distance. We have four places to visit in Stirling.


Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland, historically and architecturally. The castle sits high on a volcanic outcrop, guarding the lowest crossing point of the River Forth. There is a lot to be discovered and enjoyed in the castle.


Old Stirling Bridge

The present Stirling Bridge was built in the 1400s replacing a succession of timber bridges. In 1297 William Wallace defeated Edward 1's forces at The Battle of Stirling Bridge. Today the bridge is one of the best medieval masonry arch bridges in Scotland.


The William Wallace Monument

220 feet high and sited on top of Abbey Craig hill above the fields, where in 1297, Wallace led his troops to victory in The Battle of Stirling Bridge. There are 276 steps to the top, but its well worth the climb.

Bannockburn

In June 1314 The Battle of Bannockburn was fought between the army of Robert The Bruce, King of Scots and the army of King Edward the Second of England, during the first war of Scottish Independence. It was a decisive victory for the Scots and a major turning point in the war.

Stirling to Glasgow return route

Our trip back is especially scenic with pretty villages, grand views with two excellent stops available if you so chose.


Glengoyne Distillery

Glengoyne Distillery has a number of tours available. Your itinerary can be adjusted if you want to take part in a tour, however, even without a tour it is still a great place for a stop, the picturesque buildings, the shop and the yard full of whisky casks provide a wonderful atmosphere.

The Queens View

Just 10 minutes drive from the distillery is the wonderful Queens View, as soon as we drive into the car park a panorama unfolds, Loch Lomond to the north framed by a line of peaks. If you are in the mood, a 400 yard walk up the hillside and the panorama is now spectacular.

Return to Glasgow

What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Cruise ship pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

6 Hour Tour to Stirling 

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Trip Itinerary. Duration 6 hours

The William Wallace Monument

220 feet high and sited on top of Abbey Craig hill above the fields, where in 1297, Wallace led his troops to victory in The Battle of Stirling Bridge. There are 246 steps to the top, but its well worth the climb.

The William Wallace Monument

220 feet high and sited on top of Abbey Craig hill above the fields, where in 1297, Wallace led his troops to victory in The Battle of Stirling Bridge. There are 246 steps to the top, but its well worth the climb.

The William Wallace Monument

220 feet high and sited on top of Abbey Craig hill above the fields, where in 1297, Wallace led his troops to victory in The Battle of Stirling Bridge. There are 246 steps to the top, but its well worth the climb.

The Queens View

Just 10 minutes drive from the distillery is the wonderful Queens View, as soon as we drive into the car park a panorama unfolds, Loch Lomond to the north framed by a line of peaks. If you are in the mood, a 400 yard walk up the hillside and the panorama is now spectacular.

The Queens View

Just 10 minutes drive from the distillery is the wonderful Queens View, as soon as we drive into the car park a panorama unfolds, Loch Lomond to the north framed by a line of peaks. If you are in the mood, a 400 yard walk up the hillside and the panorama is now spectacular.

The Queens View

The wonderful Queens View, as soon as we drive into the car park a panorama unfolds, Loch Lomond to the north framed by a line of peaks. If you are in the mood, a 400 yard walk up the hillside and the panorama is now spectacular.


What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

Name:

Phone:

Email:

Message:

Trip Itinerary. Duration 6 hours

You can completely customise this tour to your wishes.


Leave Glasgow

After leaving the centre of Glasgow via the motorway we are very quickly in the open countryside with Stirling and its surrounding hills soon visible in the distance. We have four places to visit in Stirling.


Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland, historically and architecturally. The castle sits high on a volcanic outcrop, guarding the lowest crossing point of the River Forth. There is a lot to be discovered and enjoyed in the castle.


Old Stirling Bridge

The present Stirling Bridge was built in the 1400s replacing a succession of timber bridges. In 1297 William Wallace defeated Edward 1's forces at The Battle of Stirling Bridge. Today the bridge is one of the best medieval masonry arch bridges in Scotland.


The William Wallace Monument

220 feet high and sited on top of Abbey Craig hill above the fields, where in 1297, Wallace led his troops to victory in The Battle of Stirling Bridge. There are 246 steps to the top, but its well worth the climb.

The William Wallace Monument

220 feet high and sited on top of Abbey Craig hill above the fields, where in 1297, Wallace led his troops to victory in The Battle of Stirling Bridge. There are 276 steps to the top, but its well worth the climb.

Bannockburn

In June 1314 The Battle of Bannockburn was fought between the army of Robert The Bruce, King of Scots and the army of King Edward the Second of England, during the first war of Scottish Independence. It was a decisive victory for the Scots and a major turning point in the war.

Stirling to Glasgow return route

Our trip back is especially scenic with pretty villages, grand views with two excellent stops available if you so chose.

Glengoyne Distillery

Glengoyne Distillery has a number of tours available. Your itinerary can be adjusted if you want to take part in a tour, however, even without a tour it is still a great place for a stop, the picturesque buildings, the shop and the yard full of whisky casks provide a wonderful atmosphere.

The Queens View

Just 10 minutes drive from the distillery is the wonderful Queens View, as soon as we drive into the car park a panorama unfolds, Loch Lomond to the north framed by a line of peaks. If you are in the mood, a 400 yard walk up the hillside and the panorama is now spectacular.

The Queens View

Just 10 minutes drive from the distillery is the wonderful Queens View, as soon as we drive into the car park a panorama unfolds, Loch Lomond to the north framed by a line of peaks. If you are in the mood, a 400 yard walk up the hillside and the panorama is now spectacular.

Return to Glasgow

What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Cruise ship pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

Name:

Phone:

Email:

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