Linlithgow Palace, Stirling, Loch Lomond
After leaving the capital Edinburgh, many travel to the west of Scotland. And it offers many historical and technical monuments, but also natural ones. So I'll take a look at places like Linlithgow Palace, Callendar House, the mighty Stirling Castle with the nearby Wallace Monument. Then across Loch Katrine to Devil's Gorge, the haunted Buchanan Castle and end at Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Linlithgow Palace with St Michaels Church. To this day, this castle, or rather a ruin, belongs to Queen Elizabeth II.
Beautiful accessible monument in Falkirk.
A very famous castle thanks to Scottish greats such as William Wallace and Robert Bruce.
Inside this monument is the sword of William Wallace
Beautiful lake with the possibility to climb Ben A'an with a view of it.
One of the icons of the national park
View of Loch Achray with a view of the Trossachs Hotel
This castle can really let your imagination run wild.
A very inconspicuous valley called Finnich Glen, where there is such a gorge.
We end at Loch Lomond, which is crossed by a 96-mile long-distance West Highland way.
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