Inverness is a charming Highland town in Scotland, popular with tourists from across the globe. The location provides the perfect spot to explore the Highlands, Loch Ness and the coast of the Moray Firth, Cawdor Castle and Culloden.
Loch Ness: 16 miles
Loch Ness is a beautiful area, with picturesque scenery, charming villages and multiple golf courses. Keep your eyes peeled for Nessie, the infamous Loch Ness monster. It is over 20 miles long, so you could be there a while!
Culloden Battlefield: 5.1 miles
Fancy a trip down memory lane? Take a trip to the site where the bloody last battle of Jacobite Rising took place. Visitors can enjoy an interactive exhibition, watch a daily history presentation, visit the memorabilia shop and grab a bite-to-eat.
Eden Court Theatre: 3.3 miles
For the arts lovers, Eden Court Theatre is worth a visit. With a cinema and an array of theatre shows running, you'll find something great to watch.
Jacobite Cruises Loch Ness: 3.7 miles
Set sail on Loch Ness with Jacobite cruises. Soak up the wonderful scenery aboard, where you'll be told intriguing stories about the infamous monster, Urquhart Castle and the Caledonian Canal.
Moray Firth Dolphin Cruises: 11.7 miles
For something different, why not go on a dolphin spotting boat trip? Hop aboard at Inverness Marina and cruise along the Moray Firth coastline, keeping your eye out for the beautiful mammals.
Cawdor Castle: 12.9 miles (Open til 2nd October 2016)
Cawdor Castle, the home of the Cawdor family, was built around a 15th century tower house and was linked to Shakespeare's Macbeth. Take a tour through the grand drawing room, the impressive dining room with stone fireplace and the Old Kitchen.
Fort George: 11.9 miles
Glenmorangie Distillery: 35.1 miles
Highland Wildlife Park: 37.3 miles
A DIFFERENT WAY TO SEE SCOTLAND
For a memorable tour of our beautiful countryside, we suggest contacting Trike Tours Scotland. The first Chauffeur Driven Trike Tour (carries 2 passengers) to give you one of the hippest ways to see the breath-taking scenery Scotland has to offer. Helmets have integrated headsets and leather jackets and gloves are provided.
There is complimentary tea/coffee, liqueur to take away and pictures will be emailed to you.
For more information please visit Trike Tours Scotland