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Discover the cultural capital of Scotland on top-rated Inverness tours and experiences, bookable on isango at the best prices! Nestled on the banks of the beautiful River Ness in Northern Scotland, Inverness is one of the top tourist destinations in the country along with the Great Glen and Loch Ness. The scope of experiences in Inverness range from sightseeing tours to museums, restaurants, galleries, scenic lakes, fun cruises, medieval castles and so much more! Visit attractions like Abertarff House, the Caledonian Canal, Inverness Castle, and the Merkinch Local Nature Reserve or enjoy budget-friendly sightseeing on hop-on, hop-off tours. Along with the numerous historic and cultural gems that the city boasts, there’s the most stunning scenery that is waiting to be experienced within the city and beyond. Grab the best deals and discounts and book at the earliest to ensure the perfect Inverness vacation. Book now: Low price guaranteed!
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Our tips for Inverness

To rent a car in Inverness, you will need an international driving license as well as a credit card with the required amount of collateral in the account. Bike rentals are very affordable in the city. It is also a great and eco-friendly way to enjoy sightseeing. Hiring a bike for the day will cost a little more than 10 pounds. Even if you’re traveling in summer, make sure to pack some warm clothes as it can get chilly in the evenings.

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Best time to visit
April to August is the best time to visit Inverness. If you are a budget traveler, the most opportune time for a visit would be October as it is an off season and hotel rates are much lower. You can score some great bargains in October.
Getting around
If you are coming from Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, you can get to Inverness by train. The Inverness railway station is located in the City Centre. To get around the city, you can take the buses, ride bikes, rent a car, book tours with transportation, and enjoy sightseeing bus tours.
Money saving tips
Visit the local markets to shop for cheap and fresh farm produce. Ask for tap water instead of bottled water in restaurants. Walk and explore the city as much as you can instead of getting a cab. You should also use public transport instead of renting a car if you want to stay within your budget. Visit Inverness attractions of weekdays instead of weekends and plan your trip during the off season to enjoy low rates.
Did you know?
Fun Inverness facts to impress fellow travelers with! An unrepealed 1750s bye-law entitles residents of Inverness to a free set of bagpipes on their 10th birthday. Loch Ness holds more fresh water than all the reservoirs and lakes in England and Wales combined. Inverness recently became a city in 2001 after being chosen as one of the ‘Millennium Cities’.

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