Stirling Castle from Above Drone Video

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Stirling Castle is one of Scotlands most impressive castles and can be found overlooking the city of Stirling – which was once the country's capital – providing excellent views of the city below. Even though it was built over 650 years ago, Stirling Castle remains in fantastic condition and is often referred to as Edinburgh Castle’s better-looking brother. Stirling Castle is perhaps most famous for being the place where Mary Queen of Scots was crowned back in 1542. Positioned 250ft high up on an extinct volcano, the castle was used as a royal palace as well as a fortress, so whilst the 250ft Castle Hill is beautiful to look at, it is also quite intimidating. There is lots to see and do at Stirling Castle – if you decide to take an interactive and audio tour (available at the visitor centre) make sure to stand in and admire the Grand Hall, the largest medieval banqueting hall ever built in Scotland. There is a spacious car parking area at the castle which is great as it is not the easiest to get to if you’re walking (all up quite a steep hill). Visit the Highland Titles site: Read more on Scottish castles:

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