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Loch Ness Sightseeing Cruise and Visit to Urquhart Castle
"Make your own way to Clansman Harbour to begin your tour. Located less than 10 miles southwest of Inverness the harbor is just a short drive from the city center and is set on the north shore of what is perhaps the world’s most mysterious stretch of water.Nestled in between rambling hills and the still waters of Loch Ness Clansman Harbour’s quaint dock area ideally complements the area’s unspoiled natural beauty. On arrival spend a few moments capturing the incredible scenery with your camera before heading for your cruise boat.Once onboard your comfortable boat take a seat inside or on the open-air deck and relax as you slip away from the dock. Absorb the breathtaking natural vistas of the loch and the surrounding hills as you glide and stay on the lookout for a glimpse of the area’s most famous resident Nessie
From GBP22.00
 
Loch Ness Sightseeing Cruise
"Make your own way to Clansman Harbour to begin your tour. Located approximately nine miles southwest from Inverness city center the harbor is just a short drive from the city and is set on the north shore of what is perhaps the most mysterious stretch of water in the world.Arrive at the harbor located at the foot of rambling green hills and marvel at the picturesque natural beauty of the quaint dock area. Spend a few moments capturing the incredible scenery with your camera before heading for your cruise boat.Board your comfortable boat and take a seat inside or on the open-air deck. Absorb the stunning natural vistas as you slip away from the harbor and begin your 1-hour cruise of the legendary Loch Ness. Regarded Loch Ness is one of the most famous lakes in the world
From GBP14.00
 
Loch Ness Cruise Including Urquhart Castle and Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition
"Meet your expert guide at the bus station in central Inverness to begin your tour. Then leave the city by air-conditioned coach and travel southwest to Clansman Harbor. As you travel listen to your guide sharing interesting stories and details about Inverness and Loch Ness.Set on the north shores of what is perhaps the most mysterious stretch of water in the world Loch Ness’ Clansman Harbor lies at the foot of rambling hills just a stone’s throw from Inverness’ city center. Here switch your coach for a cruise boat and take in the stunning natural vistas as you slip away from shore toward the romantic ruins of Urquhart Castle. Keep looking out for a glimpse of the fabled Loch Ness Monster as you glide!Enjoy a 1-hour tour in its 500 years as a medieval fortress
From GBP33.00

More Transportation in Inverness

Inverness Bus Station

Inverness bus station is located 1 block from the train station. It is served by Scottish Citylink and National Express for long-haul coaches, and by Stagecoach for local buses, including the shuttle...
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travelfrosch
Oct 02, 2013

Inverness Airport

Inverness has a small airport (IATA Code: INV) primarily served by budget airlines such as EasyJet and FlyBE, but is also serviced by larger airlines such as KLM. The airport has regular flights...
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travelfrosch
Oct 01, 2013

Inverness Train Station

Inverness serves as the main rail hub of the Scottish Highlands, with service to and from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Kyle of Lochalsh, and the north coast. Much of the time, trains depart very...
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travelfrosch
Oct 01, 2013

By plane to Inverness

Inverness is in the far north of Britain in the Scottisch Highlands. If you are not trevelling from Scotland or northern England, the plane can be a better (and often cheaper) alternative to the...
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Airpunk
Aug 12, 2012

The Hebridean Explorer

There are many ways to get around the highlands from Inverness, Car, train, tour or hire a driver. We choose hiring a driver. John McDonald of The Hebridean Explorer was an excellent tour guide,...
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archerchef
Aug 02, 2011

Take the train to Inverness

One of the easiest and most comfortable ways to go to Inverness is by the overnight Caledonian Sleeper, which leaves Euston at about 8.20 pm and gets you into Inverness about 8.30 am. Sleepers are...
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Jun 07, 2010
 
 
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Got a car? Driving around & parking in Inverness

Some say that driving in Inverness is confusing with its many one-way streets, roundabouts and numerous directional signs. I say that it simply depends on what type of a city you live in / are used...
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JessH
Aug 03, 2009

The Bouncy Pedestrian Bridges of Inverness

This tip contains just a little bit of info for when you're exploring Inverness on foot, which I really enjoy doing! Because of its size & layout you can walk pretty much anywhere in...
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JessH
May 11, 2009

INVERNESS AIRPORT

Somehow travel just feels more "real" when you can get off a plane the old-fashioned way: walk down the stairs and onto the tarmac, making your way towards a small airport building. The smell of the...
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JessH
Mar 23, 2009

Caledonian Canal (part 1)

The canal provides a waterway link between the North Sea and the Atlantic, using 3 lochs (Ness, Oich and Lochy) between Inverness and Fort William.We first encountered it towards the southern end, at...
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Dec 31, 2008

Caledonian Canal (part 2)

We also came upon the canal on the outskirts of Inverness. At this point, it is very close to the north end of Loch Ness and runs along side the River Ness.As with part 1, the surrounding scenery is...
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Dec 31, 2008

By Car: How Far/How Long...?

Some road distances between Inverness and:- Edinburgh: 254 kms.- Glasgow: 276 kms.- Leeds: 576 kms.- Liverpool: 617 kms.- London: 924 kms.Checking the website you will find some other road distances...
Redang
Nov 02, 2008

Go On, Hire a Cosy Little Car

We hired a small car from Budget, which was very conveniently located next to Inverness railway station. Reasonably priced and everything we needed, booked via the internet and we had no hassles at...
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AussieDeb
Apr 05, 2007

megabus

megabus.com - cheapest way from Edinburgh/Perth/Dundee/Aberdeen/Glasgow. If you book in advance you can go Edinburgh-Inverness return for £5! - sit back and enjoy the scenery and views of the Forth...
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aegialichick
Jan 27, 2007

Top Hotels in Inverness

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14 Culduthel Road, (formerly Culduthel Lodge), Inverness, Scotland, IV2 4AG, United Kingdom
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Inverness Road, Nairn, Scottish Highlands, IV12 4RX, United Kingdom
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Kingsmill Road, Inverness, IV2 3JU, United Kingdom
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Ness Bank, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, IV2 4SF, United Kingdom
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18 Academy Street, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, IV1 1LG, United Kingdom
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19 Ness Bank, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, IV2 4SF, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Inverness

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Culloden Battlefield

On 16th April 1746, five miles to the east of Inverness, the last pitched battle on British soil resulted in the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie and his attempt to reclaim the thrones of Britain and...
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Fort George

After we were done at Clava Cairns, we still had a few hours and just a short drive to get to our next hotel in Elgin so I looked on our passes and found that Fort George was on the Historic Scotland...
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Castle

I’m sorry to say that the most famous landmark in Inverness isn’t one of those romantic castles that Scotland is justifiably renowned for. The present castle was only built in 1836 and houses the...
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Urquhart Castle

Urquhart Castle (pronounced er-kert or er-kahrt depending on who you ask) has a spectacular location overlooking the most famous loch in all of Scotland, Loch Ness. On the day we were there, a bit...
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Loch Ness

It seems every tourist's favorite activity (and with good reason) is to go to Loch Ness and search for a glimpse of Nessie. Located just south of Inverness, the Loch is easy to explore on a day-trip....
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Dolphins

For one of our days with the wildlife watching group was spent on the Black Isle which is a rich agricultural peninsula to the north of Inverness. The Moray Firth, to the south, is the location for...
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Top 5 Inverness Writers

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"With both feet on the ground in Inverness"
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"Inverness - Near Loch Ness"
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"Inverness Travel Tips - Loch Ness - Worth One Day"
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Redang

"Inverness"
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"Circumnavigating Scotland"
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