- Day trip to Loch Lomond and Stirling Castle from Edinburgh
- Explore the banks of Loch Lomond and marvel at the nearby mountains
- Admire the stunning scenery of the Scottish Highlands in Trossachs National Park
- Visit the quaint Highland village of Aberfoyle halfway through the day
- Discover the town of Stirling and its star attraction of Stirling Castle
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What You Can Expect
In the afternoon, you’ll arrive at Stirling, the former capital of Scotland. Visit the famous Stirling Castle, a critical medieval stronghold and former residence of Scottish royals including Mary, Queen of Scots. With your free time here, stroll the grounds and snap photos, or purchase an optional interior tour and see spectacular rooms like the Great Hall and James V’s Palace. Learn about the site’s colorful history riddled with battles such as the Battle of Stirling Bridge, led by the legendary William Wallace during the Wars of Independence. Then continue to the William Wallace Monument, a tower erected in the 19th century to honor the Scottish hero.
Your full-day trip concludes with return service to the Royal Mile, arriving by early evening.
A wee bit of everything. Colossal Kelpies sculpture park, a delicious honeysuckle vanilla malt shop, a stroll along Loch Lomond, Brave Heart offerings, a castle featuring a wedding, Scottish tunes, a hip bus driver/guide. Great value!
The tour guide was very nice. Very funny with a lot of interesting information about Scotland and the different locations that we visited.
It would have been better if we would have been allowed to spend more time at Stirling Castle. Its pretty large and considering that we returned to Edinburgh so early it would have been nice to spend the extra time at Stirling Castle. We should have stayed there until it closed.
GREAT TOUR, WILL RECOMMEND IT.
A great trip. Another Ten!!
The tour was great! We had nice views and got a lot of informations about the history and the environment.
It was a very enjoyable trip. Our guide/ driver was very charming girl. we enjoyed all the stories and her informative talk
Nick was a very knowledgeable guide and driver. He has a sincere love for his homeland which made listening to him so easy plus, he added a few audio recordings that added a nice touch to the information he told. Our one disappointment was that we didn't stop at the Wallace Monument which was one of the main reasons I booked this tour. We saw it from afar but did not stop. You need to edit your information describing this day tour as it's not correct. Our stop in Luss was a wonderful surprise-----words can't describe it's charm and character Aberfoyle was a nice place to stop for lunch I recommend you walk down to the main street to catch a bite to eat-----much more interesting than at the visitor's center. Stirling Castle should not be missed well worth the ticket. I'm not sure what one would do if they didn't visit the castle-----walking around Stirling is not like walking around Edinburgh. The trip was quite pleasant------lovely scenery, interesting history to listen to, and you're home in time to enjoy dinner and the evening in Edinburgh without feeling exhausted.
Although the weather was poor, our tour guide Andy ensured that we saw what we set out to see and more. His positive energy and good humour made the trip enjoyable and very informative. Great day!
Katie was very good guide and driver,very informative and fun. The reason of 4is short free time near the lake,better would be to have more time there