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Travel Directions

Parking at C-N-Do Scotland Office

Parking is free at Stirling Enterprise Park. Use the main car park to the right hand side after coming over the speed bump. Park in a marked space. Overflow parking is available to the side and rear of the building. Unit 33 is on the left-hand side. Cars are parked at the owner's risk. Neither C-N-Do Scotland or Stirling Enterprise Park accepts any responsibility.

From (Callander) Perth & North

Map - travel directions from Callander, Perth and North
  • (Follow A84 across M9 motorway. At roundabout take 2nd exit. Follow route from * below).
  • At Junction 10, take slip road left for A84 toward Stirling.
  • At roundabout, take 3rd exit onto A84.
  • *Pass through 4 roundabouts, remaining on A84.
  • At roundabout with clock in centre, take 2nd exit onto A9.
  • At (Craigs) roundabout, take 2nd exit onto A905 / Kerse Road.
  • At roundabout, take 1st exit onto Springbank Road (Aldi & Farmfoods on the corner).
  • Continue to the end over speed bump. 33 is 2nd unit on left side of the building.

From Loch Lomond & West

Map - travel directions from Loch Lomond & West
  • Follow A811 and cross the A9 motorway.
  • At roundabout, take 2nd exit, remaining on A811.
  • At traffic lights turn right.
  • At next traffic lights turn left.
  • At 2nd (Craigs) roundabout take 4th exit onto A905 / Kerse Road.
  • At roundabout, take 1st exit onto Springbank Road (Aldi & Farmfoods on the corner).
  • Continue to the end over speed bump. 33 is 2nd unit on left side of the building.

From Glasgow/Edinburgh & South

Map - travel directions from Glasgow/Edinburgh & South
  • Follow M80 to exit at Junction 9 signed to Stirling.
  • At roundabout, take 4th exit onto A91.
  • Pass through 2 roundabouts.
  • At next roundabout take second exit (right) remaining on A91.
  • At next roundabout, take 1st exit onto A905.
  • At roundabout, take 2nd exit.
  • At roundabout, take 3rd exit onto Springbank Road (Aldi & Farmfoods on the corner).
  • Continue to the end over speed bump. 33 is 2nd unit on left side of the building.

From Stirling Train/Bus station on foot

Map - travel directions from Stirling Train/Bus station on foot
  • Exit station, turn left.
  • At traffic lights under Thistles Shopping Centre, cross to opposite side of the road.
  • Continue in the same direction. At roundabout descend to underpass.
  • Turn left across the pedestrian area in middle of roundabout.
  • After 2nd underpass swing left.
  • After next underpass turn right on to Kerse Road (KFC on your left).
  • Cross railway bridge.
  • At roundabout turn left into Springbank Road (Aldi & Farmfoods on the corner).
  • Continue to the end over speed bump. 33 is 2nd unit on left side of the building.

Travelling to Scotland by Air

International flights land at Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Inverness and Prestwick Airports. If you can't find a direct one consider using a hub airport like Manchester or Amsterdam. Glasgow and Edinburgh are most convenient for reaching Stirling, being 1-1½ hour's journey away. All the airports have an airport bus service to link to their city, from where there is a range of bus and rail connections to Stirling.

The following web links may be useful:

Travelling to Scotland by Eurotunnel

There are direct Eurostar trains to London from Brussels and Paris. From London there are numerous day time rail links to Glasgow or Edinburgh, taking around 5 hours. Sleeper journeys are available overnight. Some rail links are direct to Stirling. Check out Scotrail or The Trainline.

Travelling to Scotland by Ferry

Ferries from Amsterdam operate to Newcastle, in the north east of England. Check out DFDS and then The Trainline for links by train to Glasgow. From Larne (N.Ireland) ferries operate to Troon. The latter is nearer. Check P&O Ferries and then The Trainline for links by train to Glasgow.

Travelling to Scotland by Rail

Stirling is well served by trains from most parts of Scotland including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, Inverness and Aberdeen. Some cross border trains from England also stop at Stirling, otherwise change at Edinburgh or Glasgow. If changing in Glasgow, it will probably be necessary to transfer from Glasgow Central to Glasgow Queen Street station. National Rail Enquiries can be accessed on The Trainline or Scotrail web sites.

Rail from Glasgow Queen Street

Trains depart from Queen Street station 3 times per hour and the journey time varies between 25 and 40 minutes depending on which train is taken. On Sundays services are less frequent and start later.

Rail from Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket

Trains depart from both Waverley and Haymarket stations every 30 minutes and the journey takes 50-55 minutes. On Sundays services are less frequent and start later.

Travelling to Scotland by Bus

Citylink, National Express and Megabus, amongst others, operate long distance bus services to Stirling from a variety of locations around the UK. Stirling bus station is 2 minutes walk away from the railway station. For detailed information on travelling by public transport to Scotland try Traveline Scotland.