Cheap flights to Inverness
Remote mountains, stunning natural beauty, myth, folklore and even a mysterious sea monster – holidays in Inverness and the Scottish Highlands offer you something entirely different. Not only does Inverness have the title of most northerly city in the UK, but it also has the honour of being the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. And any trip to arguably the most beautiful part of the country is not complete without first stopping in this small yet vibrant place. Located along the River Ness with the stunning pink-hued Inverness Castle keeping a watchful eye, Inverness is steeped in history both inside and outside the city.
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Once one of Scotland's largest castles, Urquhart's ruins includes a tower house that looks over the famous Loch Ness and Great Glen. Visitors can relax in the café and visit the shop with its local crafts. The visitor centre contains retail stores and tearoom with stunning views of the loch from the veranda (A82 near Drumnadrochit; tel: 01456 450551).
At over 40m high, Plodda Falls is the most spectacular waterfall in the area. A natural beauty not to be missed, it is easily accessible by car or by the number 17 bus - but don't forget your walking boots.