The cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow tend to receive the most attention from visitors making their way to the northern country of Scotland, but those failing to make it to Stirling, the site of many of the country’s battles during the Wars of Scottish Independence, will be missing out. Stirling is considered to be the heritage capital of Scotland, and its many stunning monuments and buildings, such as the National Wallace Monument, the Church of the Holy Rude and Stirling Castle, make it worth with the trip.
Visit the Quaint Town of Falkirk
The nearby town of Falkirk is another destination to visit during a trip to the Central Belt; home to ruins from the Roman Empire, and more contemporary artistic sites like the iconic Kelpies statues found in Helix Park, and the Falkirk Wheel, a work of modern engineering genius.
Book Your Stay at a Stirling and Falkirk Business Hotel
If you happen to be travelling to the Stirling and Falkirk area on a business trip then one of the area’s business hotels will provide you with the professional amenities you need to ensure a successful visit. Start researching and planning your visit to Scotland’s historical city of Stirling and town of Falkirk with the help of the Expedia search tool today.