Free booking and cancellationFree payment tour, no set price, booking and cancellation are free
Hello, I am Lorena your Guru in Stirling. I love traveling, knowing cultures and talking, I love talking. One of my passions is photography, to which I dedicate part of my life. I would like to show you this wonderful city through my experience and my perspective and that you will keep the memory of this visit for a long time.
We will cross the city center, where walking will take you back to the Middle Ages. We will go to Stirling Castle visiting the most emblematic and picturesque places, of which I will tell you their history and curiosities. We will pass by: -Stirling Baptist Church. (We will pass this beautiful building on the way to our first stop) -Stirling Old Town Jail. (1. Stop) Old prison containing horrible stories of crime and punishment. You will learn about the infamous executioner Jock and other assassins and martyrs. -Mercat Cross. (Traditional heraldic cross of the market, we will talk about its details.) -Mar's Wark. (Facade that we will see from the outside of the old cemetery and also from the inside.) -Holy Rude. (2. Stop) Medieval parish church, the second oldest building in Stirling after the castle. -Argyll's Lodging. (Independent house in Renaissance style.) -Centraleria of the old town. (3. Stop) It is the old cemetery of Stirling, it is very pleasant to walk through it to discover precious monuments that hold curious stories about the medieval life of Stirling. -Castle of Stirling. (4.Stop) In addition to the visit to the castle itself, you can visit the Argyll museum and Sutherland Highlanders and from the ladies point of view you can admire the King's Knot gardens, we will talk about them and their curious shape. -Church of Santa Maria. (Nice neo-gothic style building, we will see it on the way to the next stop.) -Beheading Stone. (5. Stop) Simple place that is part of Stirling's history, from which you can see the entire city and the Wallace Monument in the background. -Old Stirling Bridge. (6. Stop) Bridge that is part of the history of the city. We will talk about all of this as we cross my favorite bridge on the way to the Wallace Monument. -Abbey of Camuskenneth. Finally we will return to the city along the River Forth to Cambuskenneth Abbey.
Je serai à la porte du café avec un chien couleur cannelle.
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).