Inverness Castle

So, you’ve decided to visit Inverness?

Well, get ready, because you’re about to delve into a historic, fascinating city, full of culture. Inverness is on the east coast of Scotland and is only a three and a half-hour drive or train journey from Glasgow or Edinburgh. An amazing city to discover for a long stay or short stay.

The city itself is a tourist hotspot in the summer and a hive of activity throughout the year. You’ll find hotels and guest houses to suit every taste and budget: from quaint country house hotels to smart city-centre apartments.

Fancy a drink or a bite to eat? Why not try the huge range of fantastic family-run restaurants, bars and more… just contact us and see what we recommend for your holiday.

There’s so much to do in Inverness, why not climb a mountain, try some haggis, listen to traditional music? Even practise your Scottish accent. Och aye, that’ll be great!

Our top tip for visitors is to experience some of the amazing wildlife our city has to offer from bird watching to dolphin spotting!

The useful links bit

A dolphin trip?
Slavery in Inverness
Visit Scotland
Inverness Museum

And finally, Our Terms and Conditions.

A little bit about our tours

The duration of the tour is approximately one hour. The meeting point is the steeple at the top of Church Street, next to the SO | COCO cafe. Our Inverness walking tours run from the 19th of May through to the 9th of August this year. Booking for this tour is required.

Our tour guides are teachers, University history students and people with a passion for local history.  Here we are, ready to start 2018 with a bang. We would love it if you could join us on a wee trip and we have so much to tell you…..

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in contact!

Slàinte Mhath!

Our tour map

Click on the image below to see a large version of the Inverness’s Walking Tours map.

Inverness Walking Tours Map