Inverness in the Highlands

Inverness in Scotland is known as the 'Highland Capital', it still retains its market town feel to it, dating back to its early development. Today tourism is a very important part of the economy. Inverness is in the north of Scotland and is one of the smallest cities in Scotland with some 55,000 people. The City is growing fast due to Inverness airport and its location in the Highlands. When will you come and visit?

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  • Inverness Shops offer a large choice, ideal for that Inverness shopping trip where you will find large multi-national outlets through to the small independent owner shops and much more ...
  • The Inverness Bars and Pubs provide a vibrant part of the city many now have excellent pub grub food as well as entertainment and live music every night of the week.
  • Inverness offers a huge choice of things to do from ancient castles, highland clans, the Caledonian Canal, highland museums, 4,000 year old burial cairns, to Loch Ness and the world famous monster.

Plan Your Journey Here

By Car

Inverness is a great base to tour the Highlands and Islands. It has great road access via the main arterial route to Scotland the A9.

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By Bus

Inverness has great links by bus to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Perth and Aberdeen. There are also tours direct from here.

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By Train

Inverness Train Station, right in the middle of the town. It has it's own car park with 60 spaces and it has cycle storage.

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By Plane

An International Airport, with all the facilities you would expect, from Shopping and catering to car parking. Open Mon-Sun.

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