A wealth of history, scenery & shops
Killin - Popular for both its salmon fishing and watersports, the large village straddles the magnificent falls of Dochart
Drymen - Gateway to the unspoilt Eastern shore of Loch Lomond, this attractive village spans the Endrick Water and is a favourite resting place on the West Highland Way.
Luss - An attractive community nestling on the sandy Western shores of Loch Lomond, Luss is best known as the filming location of the television series "Take the High Road".
Inverary - Pretty town of white washed buildings perched on the shores of Loch Fyne. Tourist attractions include the magnificent castle and historic jail. (1 hour 15 mins by coach)
Crieff - Popular tourist spot, with the award winning visitor centre of The Glenturret nearby. (1½ hours by coach)
Stirling - Steeped in the Nation's history, the town was the focal point of Scotland's wars of independence and favoured seat of the Stuart Monarchs. (45 mins by coach)
Edinburgh - Scotland's capital and site of its parliament, with attractive historic cityscape dominated by Edinburgh Castle and the volcanic knoll of Arthur's Seat.
Glasgow - Places to visit in Scotland's largest city include Glasgow Cathedral, Provand's Lordship, Glasgow City Chambers, excellent museums and art galleries and examples of the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.