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  • Stirling and Trossachs

    Dunblane

    Welcome to Dunblane, a town of old world charm and beauty. This quiet town lies near the mountains of the Perthshire peaks. Dunblane was dicoverd in 602 A.D. by the Celtic missionary St. Blane. Today, Dunblane is one of Scotland’s smallest cities. You will be amazed by its rich and colorful heritage. Many visitors are intrigued by the architecture in Dunblane that dates back to the ...

  • Stirling and Trossachs

    Doune

    In the southern region of Perthshire you will find Doune, a small burgh near the River Teith. Doune was first made a burgh in the 16th century and it was then that it became well known for its cotton industry and for the pistols it produced. Today those two industries are a thing of the past.

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    Stirling and Trossachs

    Stirling is the ideal place to get caught up in the history of Scotland. Not only do tales of historical figures abound here, but the magnificent castle of Stirling rises up against the skyline ready to captivate the imagination. The city of Stirling has a rich history - most of which started around 800 years ago when a little town in the area first received the name of Stirling.