Holidays To Inverness

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Sitting pretty beside the mighty Loch and protected by the gorgeous highlands Inverness is one of Scotland’s prettiest cities. All-inclusive holidays to Inverness from Travel Center are ideal for enjoying a memorable holiday here with family, friends or loved ones. A city of flowers, medieval quarters and gorgeous scenery, Inverness boasts many attractions for the history buff. Discover ancient architecture, towers of Inverness Castle and the Gothic Town house in the city centre. Start with Inverness museum and art gallery. Explore the medieval streets and browse the local shops which are a wealth of lovely local treasures. Medieval Church Streets lead down to the town’s oldest building Abertarff-House (1593). Explore St. Andrews Cathedral and enjoy walks around the Loch. Try your hand at local angling, where the leaping salmon are quite a challenge. Rest and relax at lovely riverside cafes, indulge in retail therapy at designer boutiques and browse the exotic Victoria Market. Wildlife, beautiful sights of Moray Firth and scenic forest treks are available in Craig Phadrig while the magical highlands are waiting to be explored. Inverness is home to many festivals like golf championships and highland-games. Get there by booking the all-inclusive holiday packages to Inverness from Travel Center and enjoy cheap flights, affordable accommodation and flexible booking options. Get there and fall in love with beautiful Inverness!

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Time Zone

UTC-05:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Flybe, EasyJet, KLM, Aer Lingus

Languages

English

Best Time to Travel

May to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP
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The City of Inverness

Jump right into the true spirit of Inverness by visiting the spectacular Inverness Castle grounds. The bracing air and gorgeous surroundings will truly lift your spirits. While in the area you can also visit the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery. You will get a very good idea of the character of Inverness as you explore the rest of this beautiful city.

The Lantern of the North: Elgin Historic Cathedral

Referred to as the Lantern of the North, Elgin Cathedral nowadays only hints at its former glory; but that is enough. It is an imposing structure that helps you realize the great culture of ancient Scotland as you walk through its massive and thick stone walls. It is very hard not to be awed by its architecture.

Culloden Battlefield and Visitors Centre

The location of the last great battle fought in Scotland, Culloden was where the fate of the Stuarts and of Scotland was decided. Get first-hand information at the Visitor Centre that recounts battle details and shows a 360-degree film that truly takes you to the battlefield. You will leave with a great respect for the Scottish spirit.

Cawdor Castle

With its large collection of Shakespearean literature it is no wonder that Cawdor Castle comes with the badge as being the location where Macbeth murdered Duncan, in Shakespeare’s version. While this is not historically true it does have beautiful grounds made for leisurely strolls as you soak up the beauty of old world Scotland.

Inverewe Garden and Estate

A great example of ancient botany Inverewe Garden and Estate is a subtropical garden that survives thanks to the area’s mild climate. You will enter a magical world of plants from practically all over the world including New Zealand, Japan and even the Himalayas. Treat your senses to sheer beauty and visit the Inverewe Garden and Estate.

Loch Maree

Loch Maree is a place of sheer natural beauty that you might find it hard to believe that it is real. It is a hiker’s paradise with its perfect nature trails. If you are a seasoned hiker than try the mountain trail which will give a spectacular view of Loch Maree and the surrounding mountains. The nearby Victoria Falls is like the cherry on the cake.

Dunrobin Castle

Each castle has a unique character and Bunrobin Castle is no exception. Once the home of many historic influential counts and Dukes it is today an interesting place to explore. It has lovely corner towers that are almost fairytale in appearance. Inside see the Louis XV style furniture, portraits and the old rich tapestries.

Loch Assynt

Loch Assynt truly embodies the unique beauty of Scotland with a landscape that seems both stark and beautiful at the same time. It is a popular location with anglers for its salmon and trout. It is surrounded by stunning mountains. Walk around here and you will feel your mind and body relax.

The Clo Mor Cliffs

Bird watches and hikers love the Clo Mor cliffs with its interesting and numerous trails. Also located there is Cape Wrath which takes you to the wild Highlands filled with interesting places to explore and maritime history to understand. The Clo Mor Cliffs will lure you in a way that is hard to explain.

The Orkney Isles

It should come as no surprise that Inverness is filled with nature trails that are very popular with nature lovers, hikers, walkers and birdwatchers. The Orkney Isles additionally have prehistoric sites that are very interesting to explore. There are 67 Orkney Islands only 18 are inhabited whiles the others are breeding ground for wildlife.