What makes Scotland such a hugely popular tourist destination is the sheer range of attractions and activities packed into such a small and accessible country.
Inverness Scotland's northernmost city enjoys a stunning setting overlooked by Inverness Castle on the banks of the River Ness. Tapping into the city's rich Gaelic heritage is easy, and there's no shortage of cultural festivals, ceilidhs, drama productions and theatre shows.
With Eastgate the main focus for shopping, indulge in a bit of retail therapy before wandering around the city centre, or taking a spring stroll along the riverside. And after you've done all that, the wealth of restaurants serving world famous Highland ingredients like venison and salmon offers the ideal launch pad for a night experiencing all the music, pubs, bars and nightclubs that Inverness has to offer.
There's always something to see or do that will make your trip all the more memorable.