Inverness and Loch Ness are inextricably linked, particularly for tourists, and few tourists visit Inverness without also having a tour around Loch Ness plus it is close enough to cycle there. Some handy information in our Blog here for getting from Inverness to Loch Ness. Likewise, virtually all tourist, staying at Loch Ness, visit Inverness at some point during their holiday.
Holidaymakers and locals alike, from all over the northern Highlands, take advantage of the excellent shopping, clubs and restaurants which have opened up in recent years, since Inverness city centre has modernised and blossomed.
Travellers and holiday makers will find the compact city centre and the friendly unhurried pace makes Inverness a stress free destination with lots to do and a quality of life that is hard to beat anywhere in the world and one you will want to return to, once experienced! See our blog of things to do in inverness without emptying your wallet!
There is a great variety of good quality accommodation in Inverness - hotels, bed and breakfasts, self catering and hostels, all of which get busy at peak periods, so it is always better to advance book your accommodation, whenever possible.
Main rail and bus routes from the south and north terminate in the city centre and Inverness airport at Dalcross is just 8 miles from the city centre. Flights to Inverness can be taken from many major UK and continental airports.
Please see our Travel Section
Find out more on the Inverness City website