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The old bridge across the river Forth in Stirling is worth a look. Great for taking pictures. You can stroll over and see the old bridge keeper’s cottage at the far side. It is also a good spot for taking pictures of the castle.
The famous Stirling bridge, don't forget to point your eyes to the Wallace's monument while crossing the bridge.
The bridge can be crossed with a nice walk from the castle to the Wallace's monument (2.8 miles, about 1h walking)
We were able to find free parking near the bridge park. The area is well landscaped with beautiful flowers, and benches on one side of the bridge where in addition they have graphics where you can read about the bridge. It is a very beautiful...More
It is probably because of my last name Wallace that this seemed to happen as I walked over the bridge even knowing that it is not in the original location nor made of wood. I know I do not regret making the trip to Stirling...More
Having been in Stirling for a few days and learned about the history of the original Stirling Bridge (the wooden one), it was great to walk out and see the bridge at close quarters. It’s quite beautiful and you can capture stunning photos of it...More
As visitors from the south, it was our intention to walk on Stirling Bridge last week.
We started our walk from the rail station, then walked to Cambuskenneth Abbey, and near the foot of the National Wallace Monument, before walking towards the bridge. It took...More
I thought I would have been able to walk to this while at Stirling castle but it looked quite a walk away so I optedW to snatch some quick photos while driving past on the coach which was just as thrilling for me as actually...More