15/15A Perth – StirlingPerth - Stirling
This journey showcases Scotland's scenic west Perthshire, Strathearn, and Stirling
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1 hour 57 minutes
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The world’s oldest football was found behind an oak panel in Stirling Castle. It has been dated to around 1540.
There’s no better glimpse of Scotland than in scenic west Perthshire, Strathearn and Stirling.
This is a journey that is perfect for walkers, with many circular walks linking the route. But first, it’s culture, architecture and heritage in the museums and streets of Perth before the bus passes through Huntingtower Castle and is plunged deep into Keillor Forest, with views emerging across the valley to the Ochil Hills.
The forest breaks to unlock the Spa town of Crieff, which is built on a hillside, providing stunning views southwards across the Valley. If you are on the 15 bus, then it’s westwards into the Highland mountains to Comrie, with some journeys continuing further to St Fillans at the western end of Loch Earn.
Dunblane then follows with the bus now passing the Ochil Hills and Sherrimuir battlefield site and famous Dunblane Cathedral. Then it’s the Bridge of Allan and into Stirling, with its world-famous Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle and of course the irrepressible River Forth.
Gateway to the journey
Use the megabus bus from Edinburgh to Perth, book your tickets ahead to get the best offers.
A Fab Day Out!
The 15 bus route from Perth to Stirling in Scotland is a beautiful journey that takes passengers through some of the most scenic areas of West Perthshire, Strathearn, and Stirling. This route offers stunning views of the Scottish countryside, including rolling hills, sparkling lochs, and charming towns and villages.
The journey begins in Perth, a bustling city located on the banks of the River Tay. As the bus heads out of the city, passengers are immediately greeted with breathtaking views of the surrounding hills and countryside. The first stop on the journey is the village of Methven, home to the picturesque Methven Castle and a range of local shops and cafes.
As the bus continues its journey, it passes through the beautiful countryside of Strathearn, with its rolling hills and sparkling lochs. The next stop on the route is the town of Crieff, famous for its whisky and its Victorian architecture. Visitors can explore the Crieff Hydro Hotel, the Famous Grouse Experience, and the beautiful Drummond Castle Gardens.
The bus then continues through the scenic village of Comrie, nestled in the heart of West Perthshire. Visitors can enjoy a walk along the River Earn, explore the local shops and cafes, or visit the nearby Comrie Croft, an eco-friendly farm and outdoor adventure centre.
The final destination on the journey is Stirling, a historic city located on the banks of the River Forth. Stirling is home to a range of attractions, including Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument, and the Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre. Visitors can also enjoy a stroll through the city’s beautiful Old Town or take a boat trip along the River Forth.
How to get here...
Visit the National Rail Enquiries website to discover train routes that will lead you to this magnificent scenic adventure.Visit National Rail