250 places to go between Stirling and St. Andrews.
Two very different towns: one in the
heart of Central Scotland surrounded by hills, the other at the coast.
However, they are not just connected by the A91 road. Each has a castle,
a university, a high tower with exceptional views, not to mention the
variety of shops, cafes and restaurants.
A thread of political intrigue, religious
fervour and barbaric events link these two historic towns, encompassing
the many villages and small towns between them. Perhaps this could be
called one of the most historic areas in Scotland. Spend time reading
the guide and enjoy - whether you are here for a hour or a week.
follow the exploits of William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and the wars of
independence. We are amazed at the turbulent goings on of the Stewart
Monarchs. We see changing religious attitudes and the devastation that
it caused. We glimpse at the Industrial revolution and admire the skills
of the workers. We compare the equally skilled crafts of to-day. We have
fun at the attractions and wander through the shops to choose something
special. We enjoy the ambience and the fresh Scottish food. We sip the
malts taste the real ales and above all have fun and a really good time.