Things To Do Whilst In Inverness

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Inverness CastleLooking for a fun and chilled weekend away in the Scottish Highlands? Then look no further than Inverness as it has everything you could possibly want. With its outstanding countryside, the rich heritage and booming nightlife and casinos, it is the perfect get away for anyone looking to take a weekend or even a week out of their jobs or usual weekend routine. It’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in Scotland and some of its main attractions are the Titanic Maritime Museum, opens 12pm-5pm every day and is free entry. It has a fine variety of nautical artifacts, with pieces from the different eras of sea travel, including the Titanic and submarines made from eco-friendly materials.

But if you’re a fan of the supernatural and museums aren’t your cup of tea, then the place to visit for you will be the world famous Loch Ness. Everybody has their own opinion whether the famed “Nessie” or the Loch Ness Monster, exists or not, but it definitely has sparked debate over the years. “Nessie” was first brought to the world’s Inverness At Nightattention in 1933, after Hugh Gray’s photograph spread on a global level, and ever since the Loch has been the most popular tourist destinations in Scotland. Many people have tried, and failed, to find the monster, so will you be lucky enough to see it on your visit? Located just south of Inverness, it is a must-see.

Tourist attractions are not all that Inverness has to offer, it also has a great nightlife, the city centre is full of great bars and restaurants for you to enjoy. But if after having a few drinks and a nice meal you’re looking for something to do, give one of the local casinos a try. With gambling becoming one of the main parts of our culture with betting companies and online casinos like are popping up all over the place. So if you fancy a bit of fun, head over to the one4 Fun Casino, located in the city centre, the most popular casino in the city with a great variety of games from poker to roulette. The casino is open every day, and has a good spread of different gaming tables for the punters to try their hand on. So how about trying your luck at the casino and win some reddies, making your trip to Inverness an utter success.

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  1. Accommodation Scotland  March 17, 2014

    I you’re visiting Inverness you should definitely talk a walk through Ness Islands. On a warm, sunny day the Islands are such a beautiful and peaceful place to spend some time and you get the opportunity to walk along both sides of the River Ness.