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Inverness and Loch Ness area of Scotland really has it all for the visitor from ancient castles to clans and clan history.What to do
Inverness has a great selection of Restaurants, you are sure to find some superb places to eat in or out.Where to eat
Inverness Shops cover a large range of choice, from the large multi national outlets through to the small independent owner Shops and much more.Where to Shop
Inverness accommodation from Hotels, B&Bs, Guest Houses, Self catering cottages to Caravan Parks, plenty to choose from. Also a 'Quick Enquiry Form'.Where to stay
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 Things to do include just a short drive to the world famous Loch Ness and its monster. There are also some fabulous local castles and heritage all within an easy drive of the capital. Inverness is the main administrative centre for the Highland region of Scotland.
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. Inverness airport has made a huge difference to the local economy, with cheap flights from the principle English Cities giving urban dwellers access to the delights of the Highlands of Scotland.
You can download a copy of the 2013 Explore Inverness Tourist Guide with maps - This focusses on Inverness, Scotland a guide full of what to do and see. The 2012 guide is being compiled now and will be with the printers at the end of February, ready for distribution to accommodation providers in the Inverness area a week before Easter.
Read the 2013 Start of the Season Newsletter written by businesses in Inverness area of Scotland.
Inverness Accommodation - In Scotland, Inverness has the greatest choice of accommodation, perhaps only exceeded by Edinburgh, whether you are wanting hotels, guest houses and bed & breakfast establishments it has them all.
Inverness Restaurants and Pubs - Inverness has a vibrant restaurant and pub scene, whether you want to eat on the banks of Loch Ness or in the city centre over looking the River Ness and Inverness Castle, there is a restaurant or pub for you.
Inverness Shops - Inverness has a wide range of shops, particularly in you look in Inverness Old Town and the Victorian Market many are run by sole traders. The Eastgate shoppiung centre is a massive indoor shopping centre in the city centre.
This website is dedicated to those wanting to know about Inverness, Scotland.