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Guide to Inverness

Perhaps the main reason for visiting Inverness is the chance to explore the simply breathtaking highlands countryside that surrounds it. Within just a short distance of Inverness itself, you can soak up the rural treasures of Scotland’s most beautiful regions. Climbers will love the Cairngorms – those majestic peaks that rival the Alps for their rugged beauty, while water sports fanatics will take great pleasure in the range of activities available on Loch Ness – home of the famous monster, Nessie. With a raft of whisky distilleries in the area too, there is plenty of opportunity to try a few drams of the local specialty during your stay too!

Attractions in Inverness

Make time in Inverness and see some of the sights Inverness top attractions include the Loch Ness is one of the best. Other popular sights like the St Andrews Cathedral are also well worth seeking out. Inverness’s culture guarantees plenty to see. Why not book a Inverness city tour before you travel and allow our expert Inverness based guides to show you some of Inverness’s hidden treasures.

Overview of Sport in Inverness

It often seems as though Inverness’s favourite pastime is Football. The best-known team is Inverness Caledonian Thistle who play at Caledonian Stadium. The biggest event in the Inverness sporting calendar is undoubtedly Inverness versus Celtic, which you can see at the Caledonian Stadium and is quite a spectacle!

Attractions in Inverness

Make time in Inverness and see some of the sights Inverness top attractions include the Loch Ness is one of the best. Other popular sights like the St Andrews Cathedral are also well worth seeking out. Inverness’s culture guarantees plenty to see. Why not book a Inverness city tour before you travel and allow our expert Inverness based guides to show you some of Inverness’s hidden treasures.

Weather in Inverness

Easily pinpoint the best time for going to Inverness with our guide to the climate of Inverness. The table below shows the average temperatures in Inverness over twelve months, giving a guide to the climate of Inverness, so you can plan the best time to go!

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Inverness Driving Tips

To drive a car legally, all you need in Inverness is your regular UK license. For trouble free motoring in Scotland, ensure that your license is valid before you leave for Inverness. In Inverness, as with the rest of Scotland, you should always keep to the left.

You can book car hire in Inverness quickly and conveniently online before you go to Scotland. There's a choice of convenient car hire depots in Inverness where you can collect your hire car.

Information About Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport is around 9 miles east of Inverness. The international IATA code for the airport is INV - flights take 1 hours from the UK approximately. Getting into Inverness is easy. There are plenty of taxis available. Inverness Airport has many shops to browse before you fly, offering souvenirs from your time in Inverness if you want something to remember your visit.

The Facts About Inverness

City Name: Inverness
Country: Scotland
Language: English
Currency: Pound Sterling
Time Difference: GMT
Electricity Supply: 220/240V AC 50Hz

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