Inverness, United Kingdom

Inverness, Scotland

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About Inverness

About Inverness

Why Go on a Tour of Inverness

Literally meaning "The Mouth of the (River) Ness", this northernmost city in the United Kingdom is situated right at the junction of Ness and The Moray Firth. Its landscape, along with numerous landmarks, different events throughout the year, and the world-famous Loch Ness, attract a growing number of tourists each year.

Don't hesitate to visit and experience it yourself, by starting your Inverness tour with St Andrew's Cathedral and Inverness Castle, which is currently actually used as a courthouse. Located in the heart of the city, the magnificent architectural legacy will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression.

Moreover, don't miss the chance to walk around the surroundings as well, as the city center and the banks of the river nearby make a great route for Inverness sightseeing. What should also be added to your route is the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery as well as the Inverness Floral Hall, since these are some of the major attractions in the city. When it comes to your taste buds, make sure to visit the Victorian Market for some local delicacies or go shopping at the Eastgate Shopping Center.

Another great idea while in Inverness is taking a day tour and the best destination for that is undoubtedly the Loch Ness. Visit the renowned sight yourself to try and spot Nessie (the Monster behind the folk stories, myths, and legends). The uniqueness of the place along with picturesque nature and a majority of outdoor activities makes it a must-see while in the area.

Inverness is full of history, cultural heritage, and beautiful landscapes; therefore, make sure to visit the city and enjoy its wonders firsthand on your next trip to the Scottish Highlands. Nessie awaits!

Top 3 Things to Do in Inverness

  • Admire the St Andrew's Cathedral and Inverness Castle
  • Visit the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery and Inverness Floral Hall
  • Take a day tour to the world-famous Loch Ness
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