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Stirling in Scotland is widely loved for its heritage, culture and beauty. For foodies, this city’s perfect - it has a great variety of foods on offer, including top-quality Scottish specialities, European favourites and also supermarkets selling cuisines such as Chinese, Thai, Japanese and Korean.

Transport links
While it is easy to get around Stirling on foot, cycling is also popular among residents - the Nextbike bike rental scheme in the city makes cycling yet more accessible for residents.
It is also quick and easy to get to Stirling from numerous other Scottish destinations such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth and Aberdeen.
Renting Prices
On average, properties in Stirling cost £732 pcm (per calendar month). The majority of properties fall within the £500-£1000 price bracket, but several properties are available in the £250-£500 and £1000-£2000 brackets.
Whether you fancy a quiet drink down the pub or a big night out at a club, Stirling has a range of nightlife options to choose from. Fubar is a popular choice among the city’s students, often running events of student nights, live gigs and DJ appearances.
Curly Coo Bar is also a highlight of Stirling’s nightlife scene, specialising in whiskey (they stock over 130 malt whiskeys!).
Notable Attractions
Many of Stirling’s main attractions relate to the city’s rich history and heritage. Stirling Castle, for example, is a full, fascinating day out with tours, exhibitions and a shop and cafe ensuring a ticket (adult: £15.00) goes a long way. Another great sight is the medieval Church of the Holy Rude; the church was founded in 1129, and the oldest part of the building dates from the 15th century.
The economy in Stirling
Research and development is a major industry in the city, particularly in and around the university. The public sector is also a leading area of employment in Stirling; examples of the city’s biggest public-sector employers are Police Scotland, Scottish Prison Service and NHS Forth Valley.
Education Institutions in Stirling

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