Stirling sits at the very heart of Scotland, nestling between the Lowlands and the Highlands. Steeped in history and surrounded by dramatic scenery it has lots to offer both visitors and locals alike.
Stirling is a compact city and has something for everyone to enjoy. One of the best ways to enjoy what the city has to offer is on bike so start cycling and get to know Stirling.
AROUND STIRLING ON A NEXTBIKE
Standing tall over Stirling with spectacular views over the scene of the The Battle of Stirling Bridge, the Wallace Monument is a ‘must do’. There’s lots of exhibits and displays including the story of Sir William Wallace. And if you’re too tired to walk up to the top after pedaling up the big hill, you can kick back in the Keeper’s Lodge!
Macrobert is the arts centre for Stirling and the Forth Valley and a cultural hub for Scotland. The centre offers a huge variety of activities with over 400 live performances of drama, comedy, opera, dance, music, musical theatre and art exhibitions. The Norman McLaren filmhouse screens a year round programme of blockbusters, arthouse movies, classics, documentaries, world cinema and children’s films.
OUT OF TOWN ROUTES
Why not plan your cycling tour of the city by dropping into the Stirling Cycle Hub for advice on routes and great places to go. The Cycle Hub is situated next to the next bike station at the rail terminal in the city centre. Or hop from one next bike station to the next exploring the best of Stirling.
Visit http://www.stirlingcyclehub.org/routes for a wide range of routes, for all abilities.