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Your favourite bars in Stirling

Sightseeing is thirsty work. Just as well there are great places in Stirling to recharge tired batteries.

At historic Nicky-Tams in Baker Street it’s easy to imagine the first regulars propping up the bar back in 1718.  

If it’s chilly outside, The Portcullis in Castle Wynd has a massive 7ft tall fireplace. A blazing fire and a dram will warm you up.

The Borestone Bar is near the site of the Battle of Bannockburn, however these days the biggest battle is deciding which of its massive collection of malt whiskies to try!

Then there’s nearby Bridge of Allan. The main street is lined with trendy bars while the Old Bridge Inn is a classic hostelry full of charm.

Which Stirling bar do you love and why? Let us know!

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