Explore the largest city and the cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands on a comfortable Inverness hop-on hop-off bus. The bus tours are designed to enjoy sightseeing in Inverness to the fullest. See the major sights with the freedom of planning your own itinerary aboard a hop-on hop-off Inverness bus. Sightseeing has never been so easy and fun! So, what are you waiting for?!
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Regarded as the capital of the Scottish Highlands, Inverness is a city located on the northernmost side of the UK. The city has also been described as the happiest place in Scotland, per a survey in 2014 and 2015. Locals are a bunch of fun people but did you know that once an entire battle was fought over cheese?! Inverness was also home to the infamous Pablo Escobar.
The city can be best explored on an open-top bus tour aboard the City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off Inverness. It lets you enjoy a unique perspective of the city while ticking top attractions off your travel list. Also, renting a bike is easy in the city unlike renting a car. So, a bus tour definitely makes more sense, right?!
You have the freedom to create your own itinerary and choose from different ticket options as per your preference. The bus tour covers key attractions including St Andrews Cathedral, Whin Park, Inverness Leisure, Bellfield Park, Pilgrims Woollen Mill, Dochgarroch Lock, Ness Bank Church, War Memorial, Torvean Golf Club, Bank Street, and more. Keep your eyes peeled for exclusive discounts to get the most value for your buck.
The best time to visit Inverness is from April to August. The weather is comfortably warm and ideal for outdoor activities. However, keep in mind that it is the peak tourist season. Make sure to book in advance to avoid any last-minute disappointment.
Inverness bus tour offers you the convenience and flexibility to get off at the nearest designated stop. No tour guide, you set your own itinerary. You’ll find all the stops are located strategically at all the major attractions, making your touring as hassle-free as possible. And then, when you’re ready to continue, return to a designated bus stop, show your pass, and hop back on the bus and onwards towards your next attraction. So, go ahead and make a whole loop of the route once you have your tour ticket, get familiar with the city and pick out your favorite places to visit and then return to them during your stay.
Yes, bus tours run throughout the year but make sure to book in advance during the high season.
Each tour is different, but in general, they will have a duration of between 1hr and 2hrs. Make sure to check the specific tour for timings.
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