Tours of Stirling, the Castle and Trossachs, Scotland - Cameron Tours, Escorted Scottish Tours

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Escorted Scottish Tours of Stirling Castle and Trossachs

Tour West Highland and Islands, Stirling, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs … where Scotland’s proud history dominates the landscape…

On your Cameron tour of Scotland, if you love history, you will love a tour of Stirling … Stirling offers a wide range of visitor attractions. Its rich heritage includes important historical sites such as the famous Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle and the Bannockburn Heritage Centre.

Scotland's heritage capital, and recently designated a city, Stirling is the site of the Wars of Independence. For 300 years, monarchs ruled in regal splendour. You can still feel that sense of history today as you wander through the Old Town.

Falkirk, home of the Falkirk Wheel, the world’s first revolving boat lift, is just down the road from Stirling. Not exactly historical but a great experience, nonetheless. The Wheel will certainly be in the history books in years to come

Often gazed up at the misty hills and wished they could share their age-old tales over a heart-warming dram?

Lovely Loch Lomond, immortalised in song, is the single biggest expanse of inland water in the British Isles. Almost certainly, it’s the world’s most famous Loch. The ‘meeting place’ of Highland and Lowland Scotland, this area is renowned for its beauty. Picture postcard views abound.

The diversity of landscape means that the Trossachs are sometimes referred to as “Scotland in miniature”. The Trossachs offer wild glens, sparkling lochs and the pretty towns of Callander and Aberfoyle. Callander, a bustling holiday town and famous as the location for the original "Doctor Findlay's Casebook", is now one of the Gateways to the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park.

The Trossachs are not without historical and literary influence. Scotland's version of Robin Hood, the infamous Rob Roy McGregor, roamed this area to steal from the rich and provide for the poor.

Queen Victoria fell in love with the area and spent many happy times on holiday here. Sir Walter Scott wrote the novel "Lady of the Lake" after spending time near Loch Katrine.

The mesmerising Kilchurn Castle sits on the shores of Loch Awe and is well worth a visit.

There are many islands to explore including Gigha, Jura, Islay and Colonsay.. Islay is whisky island with eight distilleries producing their own unique malts. Jura has a distillery too and you can be sure that a trip to the isles will refresh and relax you, giving you a warm glow inside.

No trip to these parts would be complete without visiting Oban. This “Gateway to the Isles” is a busy harbour bustling with boats making their way to and from Mull, Coll and Tiree.

A trip to colourful Tobermory on Mull is a must. Whilst you’re there, be sure to make the short crossing to the sacred isle of Iona – birthplace of Christianity.

Choose Cameron Tours of Scotland for escorted Scottish tours of Stirling, the castle and the Trossachs with a difference.



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