This 3 mile walk from the city centre takes you along the river and through a series of beautiful river islands, you also pass a number of the city sites.
You can’t miss Inverness Castle as it stands proudly over the city centre. Unfortunately the castle is not open to the public, however there are a number of fantastic viewing points from the towers.
Dating back to 1890, the Victorian market houses dozens of unique, independent businesses, offering visitors a classic and alternative shopping experience.
Scotland's largest secondhand bookshop. Complete with open log fire and just about any book you could think of.
Discover more about the unique history and culture of the city of Inverness and the Highlands.
A Walk Inverness tour contains lots of local history, beautiful scenery, architecture and romantic tales which have over time, shaped Inverness into the city that stands today.
Take a hop on hop off bus tour around the city to ensure you don’t miss any of the sites.
This National Trust Property is the oldest house in Inverness, built in 1593.
A lovely little Botanic Gardens with a cafe on site. The Botanic Gardens works well as a pit stop on a walk of the Ness Islands.
Eden Court has a theatre, cinema, gallery and restaurant. There is always something new and exciting on at Eden Court. During the summer months they also have an outdoor bar with live music.