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Booking.com asked travellers...How is tourism changing Stirling?
There is no tourism in Stirling because so it seems, the city does not provide any attractions but the castle for which there is no need to stay an overnight in Stirling. Pitty. A few years ago we had a wonderful Old Jail tour (closed), wonderful restaurant - in fact the best I ever eaten (Olivia - also closed), and a walk thru old town window shopping and buying the next day. Today, you have a huge shopping mall instead, and lots of foreign shops downtown (from Kebab to China-Sh*t) - for this, you do not need Stirling.See all 2 answers
Booking.com asked travellers...Why would you recommend Stirling for food?
We have eaten in most establishments and are excellent food and value and again staff so helpful !!! The only thing feel the large weaterspoon will hurt the smaller eating areas which will be a real shame as these we places are what makes stirling unique!!!See all 4 answers
Booking.com asked travellers...How can you enjoy the sights in Stirling while avoiding the crowds?
The old part of Stirling is just beautiful with the Castle on the hill, the cobbled streets and the old historic buildings. Plus it has all the modern conveniences and is close enough to visit Edinburgh and still escape from the crowdsSee all 3 answers
Booking.com asked travellers...What is it in Stirling that makes history come alive?
The Wallace Monument is a must visit, and only 30 minutes away is Castle Doune, where all of the castle scenes in Monty Python and the Holy Grail were filmed. Stirling Castle is also an excellent visit.See all 26 answers
Booking.com asked travellers...What makes the people from Stirling so friendly? Tell us your story.
Every place we have been u feel u actually no the staff as very friendly hav never known a place like stirlimgSee all 4 answers
Booking.com asked travellers...What effect did the scenery in Stirling have on you?
Evoked my imagination and stirred me to investigate the local historySee all 5 answers
Booking.com asked travellers...Where should people go if they don't want to eat in a tourist trap?
Italia Nostra, Baker StreetSee all 4 answers
Booking.com asked travellers...Describe what other people like you would like about shopping in Stirling.
something for everyone.See all 2 answers
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