The rich history of Scotland and its many historical buildings draw visitors from around the world each year. They reserve hotel rooms with castle and cathedral views and spend their days exploring the many unique features of the beautiful cities and landscape. To ensure you get the most out of your trip to Scotland, don’t miss out on your chance to visit the city of Stirling and the town of
Falkirk with their range of attractions, including Roman ruins, relics from over three centuries of Scottish monarchs, the stunning Stirling Castle and much more.
Visit Dunblane Cathedral near Stirling
The town of Dunblane is just a short trip from Stirling and is home to the Dunblane Cathedral, parts of which date as far back as the 11th Century, most of which is in the stunning Gothic style of the 13th Century. The cathedral was home to the Bishop of Dunblane until the Scottish Reformation, and the building holds the graves of Margaret Drummond of Stobhall, a mistress of King James IV of Scotland, as well as her two sisters. All three sisters are alleged to have been poisoned by pro-English agents to allow the Union of the Crowns to happen, although this is the subject of debate.
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