Places to explore:
- Stirling Castle - See the Great Hall, the Royal Palace and learn about the most important battles in Scottish history.
- The Trossachs - This beautiful region has attracted travellers from around the world since the 19th centuryLoch Lomond - Scotland’s largest loch. Admire the views and take postcard-perfect photos, visit delightful villages.
- The Kelpies - The largest pair of horse sculptures in the world are made from 300 tonnes of steel.
Loch Lomond is Scotland’s largest loch by surface area. The loch is dominated by the mountain which give it its name, Ben Lomond, and is dotted with islands.
Loch Arklet, The Trossachs
Rob Roy MacGregor
Stirling Castle, known as ‘the key to Scotland’, is one of Scotland’s best visitor experiences. Step inside and you will see the Royal Palace, restored to as it was in the 1542, and the Great Hall, the largest hall in Scotland, as it was in 1503.
The Kelpies, the largest pair of equestrian statues in the world. Created by sculptor Andy Scott to celebrate the heavy industrial horses who worked on the canal which runs between the sculptures. The name comes from a mythical Celtic water horse.