Inverness, the Capital City of the Highlands of Scotland, is a lively and vibrant city attracting visitors from around the world every year with the city centre buzzing with life throughout the summer. The city centre has some historic buildings with beautiful architecture and a visit to the Victorian Market should not be missed. Inverness Castle sits in an elevated position overlooking the River Ness which flows through the City. You can walk around the castle but it is not possible to go inside as it used as a law court.
You can take a stroll along the River Ness past Bught Park to Whin Park and the Floral Hall. On the way back towards the city centre cross the footbridge onto Ness Islands. You can walk through the peaceful islands with the river flowing on both sides until you reach the end and up onto the footpath along past the War Memorial.
Below are links to important tourist information resources.
Visit Scotland – National Tourism Organisation
Inverness Tourist Information Centre – Castle Wynd, Inverness. Tel: 01463 234 353
Inverness Museum & Art Gallery – Castle Wynd, Inverness. Tel: 01463 237 114
Inverness Airport – Dalcross, Inverness. Tel: 01667 464 000
Inverness Railway Station – Station Square, Academy Street, Inverness
Inverness Bus Station – Margaret Street, Inverness. Tel: 01463 233 371
Pentland Ferries – Ferry Service to Orkney. Tel: 01856 831 226
John O’Groats Ferry – Ferry Service to Orkney. Tel: 01955 611 353
Raigmore Hospital – Old Perth Road, Inverness. Tel: 01463 704 000
Inverness Police – Old Perth Road, Inverness. Tel: 0845 600 5703
Bed And Breakfast Scotland – Private House Stays offer privately owned accommodation in Scotland.
Highland Digital – 97 Brudes Hill, Inverness, 8AT. Tel: 07919 168 573
Wedding Photographer Scotland – Margaret Soraya
Search Scotland – Scottish Accommodation Directory.
Scotland Directory – One of the largest internet guides to Scotland.