“He who holds Stirling holds Scotland.” Stirling is perhaps most famous for its role in the Scottish Wars of Independence, from William Wallace and the Battle of Stirling Bridge and Wallace Monument to Robert the Bruce’s Battle of Bannockburn. Known as “The Gateway to the Highlands”, Stirling is a midpoint in Scotland’s landscape, connecting the lowlands and the highlands through its historical ancient capital and seat of Scottish kings. While in Stirling, look out for fae, legendary wolves, and the ghost of a green lady…

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