Stirling is a city and former ancient burgh in Scotland. The geography is that the city is clustered around a monolithic fortress and medieval town beside the natural winding River Forth. Stirling is considered the luckiest place in Britain, it is a surprising city that has a wealth of history and dates back to 81AD when the Romans marched past on their way to quell the barbarians on the Northern edge of their Empire, so if you are a keen on topping up your intellect, take a touring caravan trip to Sterling and recap on ancient knowledge. Stirling now even has a new and upcoming festival, mFest, which if you’re visiting during July and August you can chill out, socialise or party listening to an extremely diverse line-up including artists such as Tinchy Stryder: Perfect for bringing along the children. Stirling was strategically important and described as “the brooch which clasps the Highlands and Lowlands together.” With a beautiful dwelling within picturesque mountains, rocky crags, beautifully calm countryside and clean country parks, Stirling helps provide a varied but enriched holiday for any keen caravanner. Stirling Castle (Scotland’s second most popular castle) is home to the royal palace, the monstrous fortress and military garrison, mansions, churches, ghosts and graveyards that make sure Stirling is more than just your normal caravanning day out. If you prefer modern life, you want the cosmopolitan culture and you fancy a bit of therapeutic shopping then Stirling also has everything you would expect from leading retailers, with a regional shopping centre and the Stirling Arcade. There is a lot going on that is fresh and current, including dynamic contempary art galleries and live performances. Stirling really is a modernistic city that moves well with the times as well as keeping its heritage close to its heart. Whether you are a caravanner with a passion for knowledge or if you’re a modern and present day camper, then visit Stirling to satisfy all of your holiday needs.
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