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Stirling Castle, Doune Castle ( Castle Leoch, Outlander) & Loch Lomond.

On this shore excursion we visit a magnificent medieval Cathedral in Glasgow. Travel to the mighty and imposing Stirling Castle, steeped in history and sight of many a bloody battle during the 13th & 14th century Wars of Independence. Visit Doune Castle, the fictional Castle Leoch in the fantasy series Outlander. And explore the Bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.

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You will be greeted at port by your own personal kilted driver/guide. Leaving port we head to Glasgow, to view the magnificent 12th century Cathedral and nearby Necropolis. We then journey to the imposing 15th century Stirling Castle, one the grandest medieval castles in Scotland, and sight of many a bloody battles against invading armies. As we arrive at the castle esplanade, you shall view fantastic vistas of the Wallace Monument, completed in 1867 to commemorate Wallace’s decisive victory at Stirling Bridge.  

After a tour of the castle we leave Stirling, and travel to the stunning 15th century Doune Castle, which has played host to many movie locations including ” Monty Python and the Holy Grail” the Game of thrones, and more recently Castle Leoch ancestral home of Colum MacKenzie in the popular fantasy series Outlander. 

Continuing on from Doune, we take the back roads along beautiful Trossachs countryside and over the scenic “Dukes Pass” finally arriving at the Bonnie Bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, Scotland’s most iconic loch. Here you will have time to explore the scenic village and perhaps enjoy lunch at the excellent Oak Tree Inn, serving traditional Scottish fayre. In the afternoon we leave the shores of Loch Lomond, then make our way back to port via the scenic route. 

Alternative option-  As an alternative to lunch at the Oak Tree, why not experience a tour of Glengoyne Whisky Distillery, and discover the ancient art of Whisky distilling and enjoy a dram of single malt with some friends and family. 

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