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Inverness is categorised as Heritage / Experiential

Loch Ness
Brodie Castle (Photo Courtesy: Mihael Grmek)
Cawdor Castle Gardens (Photo Courtesy: Mihael Grmek)
Dolphin Watching at Chanonry Point (Photo Courtesy: Shirehorse)
Eden Court Theatre Inverness (Photo Courtesy: Dmacle2179)
Fort Augustus
Fortrose Cathedral (Photo Courtesy: dave conner)
Plodda Falls (Photo Courtesy: Neil McWhirr)
The Caledonian Canal (Photo Courtesy: Gregory J Kingsley)

Reasons to Visit
  • Inverness is the main administrative centre for the Highland region of Scotland.
  • Inverness in Scotland is known as the 'Highland Capital'.
  • Inverness at the head of the Great Glen, in the Highlands.
  • Inverness provides a wide choice of things to do which include walking trails.
  • Inverness is a base point to visit local castles and heritage monuments all within an easy drive of the capital.
Access Information
  • Nearest Airport -Edinburgh (155 kms), Glasgow (168 kms), Belfast (309 kms)

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    The biggest arts centre in Scotland, has something for everyone. Two theatres, two new cinemas, two dance and drama studios packed full of choices.
    Arts Crafts Culture
    Live Performances
    One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Scotland, a hidden gem - a sheer drop of over 100 feet (30m) in the spectacular forest surroundings, a must to see.
    Natural Wonders
    Loch Ness is the largest body of fresh water by volume in Britain, (Loch Lomond has the greatest surface area of water) It holds more water than all the lakes and reservoirs in England and Wales put together. Loch Ness is best known for sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, affectionately known as "Nessie", the Loch's water visibility is exceptionally low due to a high peat content in the surrounding soil, making the mystery of Nessie even more intriguing.
    Lake or Riverside
    City Lake
    The 13th century Cathedral at Fortrose, today two sections still stand, the chapter house and the nave's south aisle, maintained by Historic Scotland.
    Protestant Churches
    The Highland's only 5-Star Visitor Attraction, built in 1380, stunning interior, beautiful gardens, shops, café, snack bar and 9-hole golf course.
    Brodie Castle is a fine 16th-century tower house, central keep with two 5-storey towers, guardroom and secret passages to help the occupants escape.
    Historic Site
    Fort Augustus at the bottom end of Loch Ness, exactly mid-way along the Great Glen, has 5 locks taking boats from Loch Ness up into the canal above.
    Village Visit
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    The Caledonian Canal is considered to be one of the greatest waterways of the world, a masterpiece of canal engineering, slicing through the length of the Great Glen, a massive geological fault in the Earth's crust.
    Ship Building and Breaking
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    Chanory Point in the Moray Firth lies between Fortrose & Rosemarkie on the Black Isle. One of the best places in Scotland to see Bottlenose Dolphins.
    Animal Snow
    View Point
    The Highlands really is the Scotland of your imagination, a beautiful and inspiring region of ancient landscapes with a fascinating history. Witness the amazing wildlife and take part in some thrilling outdoor pursuits. Explore the many mountains and glens, the stunning islands and stretches of coastline and follow the country's only Malt Whisky Trail. The Malt Whisky Trail is a local marketing initiative established to promote the region's Whisky heritage and encourage tourism. The Scottish Malt Whisky Trail takes visitors on a tour of some of the most important centres of whisky production, and the traditional crafts associated with the industry. Centred on the Speyside region, whisky lovers can visit working and historic distilleries, see the art of the cooper (barrel-maker), and of course get a chance to enjoy some of the finished product with old and new friends in the convivial atmosphere of a Highland pub. Explore the dramatic history of the Scottish Highlands as you take a tour around the various castles in the region.
    Factory Visit

Destinations within reach from Inverness

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  • Cardiff ( 548 Km )

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  • London ( 559 Km )

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Nearest Airport in Inverness
  • Edinburgh Airport ( EDI ) , Edinburgh-155 Kms
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