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Inverness Vacation Packages

Whether you are looking for a short trip away or planning a vacation, Inverness is a fabulous destination.

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Inverness Vacation Packages

This area of Scottish Highlands contains around 41,000 people.

The national capital, Edinburgh, is located 110 miles south of Inverness, while Knockbain lies 4 miles to the northwest.

Give your kids a break from sightseeing at Tazball Paintball & Lazer Combat Arena, a terrific attraction that the whole family can enjoy.

You can admire a diverse variety of plants, trees and flowers as you wander around the sprawling grounds of the Inverness Botanic Gardens.

Make tracks to Glen Affric when it's time to take a break. Alternatively, have a bite to eat and flip through the newspaper at Bellfield Park.

Got an extra day and you aren't quite sure what to do with it? The friendly staff at Original Loch Ness Monster Visitor Centre are well equipped to give you some pointers. Culloden Visitor Centre and Inverness Visit Scotland Information Centre are two more handy places to visit.

Listen to the wonderful sound of cascading water as it tumbles down into the swirling pool below at The Falls of Foyers.

If the sun is shining, the sparkling, placid surface of River Foyers is a beautiful sight.

Fill your lungs with refreshingly clean air and admire the natural world at Lochaber Geopark and Ness Islands. Your mind, body and soul will be thankful for a stop at Merkinch Local Nature Reserve.

The area's exhibition spaces are brimming with educational facts and stories. Enjoy the cool and quiet interior as you admire the displays at the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery and the Loch Ness 2000 Exhibition Centre. The Nessieland Castle Monster Centre and Highland Institute for Contemporary Art are also worthwhile.

From painting to sculpture, Loch Ness Gallery and Brian Clarkson Gallery present an intriguing range of artworks over the course of each year.

To learn more about the people and places of this region's past, be sure to visit its many historic monuments and buildings. Start the local history tour at Urquhart Castle or the Culloden Battlefield. When it comes to bygone times, the stories are countless. The Clava Cairns and the Corrimony Chambered Cairn are two more insightful places to stop by.

Want to get a look at Inverness' military history? The beating drums of war still reverberate through the walls of Fort George.

Many visitors make a point of exploring the area's historic castles. Cawdor Castle and Inverness Castle may seem like they're from a fairy tale, but in fact, these sites truly were once places where noblemen roamed.

The world's religions are as varied as they are old. Wherever you go, this is reflected in each country's customs, culture and architecture. Spending the afternoon soaking up the tranquil atmosphere of Inverness Cathedral, St Andrew's Cathedral or St Andrew’s Cathedral is a great way to see this destination's spiritual side.

After a close inspection of the structure of Chanonry Point Lighthouse, seek out a surrounding vantage point and admire it against its natural backdrop.

If you are looking for a great day of shopping, drive to one of the many retail zones and hunt down a bargain. Start your adventure at Eastgate Shopping Centre, Clog and Craft Shop or Victorian Market.

For a great night out, pick up some tickets to the Eden Court Theatre, one of the most popular performing art venues in the area. Make a night of it and enjoy a few drinks with friends at one of the neighborhood eateries.

Accommodation in Inverness

Inverness is a highly popular destination for vacationers, and offers a fine selection of places to stay. Expedia's Inverness hotels guide makes booking a breeze.

Begin your search for the perfect Inverness stay by looking into the guest services at the excellent Rocpool Reserve Hotel & Chez Roux Restaurant, located at 14 Culduthel Road, and the Culloden House Hotel, at Culloden. Alternatively, if you're traveling on a shoestring, the City Guesthouse, 36 Ardconnel St, and The Corriegarth Hotel, 5-7 Heathmount Road, may better suit your requirements.

Popular Activities in Inverness

Travel isn't about destinations and dazzling hotels. It's about the experiences you have and the memories you collect along the way!

Begin your adventure in Inverness by trying out a few of these activities:

For a more comprehensive list of activities, take a look at our Inverness things to do page.

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